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i explained to them what the women's march on washington was about, what it represented and why it was important to me. archer was wholly supportive that we were all going but felt that it wasn't for him...  fable was adamant and wholly certain that she wanted to go.  https://mom.me/lifestyle/38874-why-im-taking-my-8-year-old-dc-march/
of course she wanted to go.  https://mom.me/lifestyle/38874-why-im-taking-my-8-year-old-dc-march/
"i have to go," she said.... https://mom.me/lifestyle/38874-why-im-taking-my-8-year-old-dc-march/
on january 21st, in washington dc, the four of us will march for the autonomy, freedom and equality of women. we will march in solidarity with survivors, in resistance to rape culture as well as misogyny, homophobia, racism, bigotry, islamophobia, white supremacy and toxic masculinity. we will march as an act of resistance to an incoming administration that threatens the freedoms and livelihood of marginalized communities, and undermines female worth while simultaneously politicizing our bodies. we will march as an example to each other and ourselves that saying no to what we disagree with is often the only way to say yes to who we are. we will march because we believe in the power of women and girls -- that together we can and will rise. we will march because we love our country fiercely and disagree wholeheartedly with everything the president-elect and his administration represents. we will march as grandmothers, and mothers, sisters and daughters who motivate each other to be brave, outspoken and unwavering in our dissent. we will march with love and fight, and femininity, arms linked, indivisible and with great hope for a future that truly means liberty and justice for all. - @rachelwoolf (28) @wendywoolf1 (60) @girlsgonechild (35) and fable (age 8) #whywemarch #whyimarch #threegenerations #notmypresident #stillwithher #resist #normalizedissent #womensmarch #imarchfor @womensmarch https://www.instagram.com/p/bok0inmhc7c/
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here. http://www.alternet.org/activism/even-little-kids-are-protesting-trump-heres-how-keep-them-safe-frontlines
here.  https://www.womensmarch.com/youth-initiative/
all the amazing people who will be marching locally, nationally and all over the world. https://www.womensmarch.com/sisters/
i was cleaning out the backseat of my car, grabbing errant paper, dried out markers, balling up discarded pages that i assumed were discardable... i was cleaning so fast i didn't notice the crumpled page covered in stars. i shoved the "trash" in a plastic bag and just as i was closing the bin, caught eye of the words, "...hands girl." i retrieved the trash bag, opened the crumpled paper and there, staring back at me was a little girl holding the world, surrounded by stars. i burst into tears. how could i have crumpled up such a treasure? how was i *this* close to throwing it away!? when i asked fable about the picture, she explained that she made it last week, while we were driving to my parents house for thanksgiving. "i made it for us as a reminder... i made it for all the girls." "i love it so much," i told her. "and i'm so sorry i almost threw it away." "yeah, but mama," she smiled, "you didn't... see? you can still read the words. you can still see all the stars..." she was right, of course. the paper was crumpled but the words didn't change. the girl was still holding the world. fable and i flattened the paper with our hands and taped it on the back of our front door. because crumpled or not, we can still read the words. we can still see all the stars. https://www.instagram.com/p/bnktiu8b1l2/
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"...strong is what we make each other..." a repost in preparation for the women's march http://www.girlsgonechild.net/2017/01/strong-is-what-we-make-each-other.html
a repost from last year's international women's day which http://www.girlsgonechild.net/2016/03/strong-is-what-we-make-each-other.html
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skip to main | skip to sidebar aboutlife storyhas issuesmix tapeeat well why i march... with my 8-year-old. posted by girl's gone child | wednesday, january 18, 2017 when the women's march on washington was first announced, i knew i wanted to go. i called my mother first, whose birthday is inauguration day (sad! no, but like really sad) and proposed we go together. my sister was soon on board, and then i sat down with my oldest kids, archer (11) and fable (8), and asked if either of them wanted to attend. i explained to them what the women's march on washington was about, what it represented and why it was important to me. archer was wholly supportive that we were all going but felt that it wasn't for him... fable was adamant and wholly certain that she wanted to go. of course she wanted to go. "i have to go," she said.... on january 21st, in washington dc, the four of us will march for the autonomy, freedom and equality of women. we will march in solidarity with survivors, in resistance to rape culture as well as misogyny, homophobia, racism, bigotry, islamophobia, white supremacy and toxic masculinity. we will march as an act of resistance to an incoming administration that threatens the freedoms and livelihood of marginalized communities, and undermines female worth while simultaneously politicizing our bodies. we will march as an example to each other and ourselves that saying no to what we disagree with is often the only way to say yes to who we are. we will march because we believe in the power of women and girls -- that together we can and will rise. we will march because we love our country fiercely and disagree wholeheartedly with everything the president-elect and his administration represents. we will march as grandmothers, and mothers, sisters and daughters who motivate each other to be brave, outspoken and unwavering in our dissent. we will march with love and fight, and femininity, arms linked, indivisible and with great hope for a future that truly means liberty and justice for all. - @rachelwoolf (28) @wendywoolf1 (60) @girlsgonechild (35) and fable (age 8) #whywemarch #whyimarch #threegenerations #notmypresident #stillwithher #resist #normalizedissent #womensmarch #imarchfor @womensmarch a photo posted by rebecca woolf (@girlsgonechild) on dec 28, 2016 at 1:03pm pst ...i have received understandable criticism from friends and family about bringing a child to a march -- specifically the one in washington dc. i imagine that criticism will continue as it did when we marched in la's pride parade last year, hours after the horrific shooting at pulse in florida, and though many people warned against our marching, worried for our safety (most notably the safety of our children), we went anyway--for many reasons, one of them being that hal and i felt that showing up was even more important than ever. as a family of non-marginalized privileged people, we felt that of all times to show up, this was it... ...there have been several articles written about marching with children that are fantastic resources for those considering taking their kid(s) and you can find them here and here. there is also a women's march youth initiative, which you can read about/sign up for notifications, here. in the meantime... i am overwhelmed with gratitude to feel such solidarity with the women in my life. i am grateful for all the amazing people who will be marching locally, nationally and all over the world. i am grateful for our ability to stand strong together. i am grateful that my daughter will be able to look back on this moment and say, "yes, i was there." "with my mother... "and my grandmother. and my aunt. and thousands (hundreds of thousands? millions?) of others..." and she will know, in case it isn't already clear, that just as her age didn't stop her from wanting to participate, it also didn't stop me from including her. and she will know that my need to protect her will never come before my desire to support her. to empower her. to allow her to make her own decisions when it comes to her heart, her body, her fight. and she will know that no matter how dangerous the world may seem, that standing up and speaking out and uniting with others in support of human decency, equality and love will always be the right call. she will know that no one is too young, too girl, to get out there and resist what feels wrong with what feels right. i was cleaning out the backseat of my car, grabbing errant paper, dried out markers, balling up discarded pages that i assumed were discardable... i was cleaning so fast i didn't notice the crumpled page covered in stars. i shoved the "trash" in a plastic bag and just as i was closing the bin, caught eye of the words, "...hands girl." i retrieved the trash bag, opened the crumpled paper and there, staring back at me was a little girl holding the world, surrounded by stars. i burst into tears. how could i have crumpled up such a treasure? how was i *this* close to throwing it away!? when i asked fable about the picture, she explained that she made it last week, while we were driving to my parents house for thanksgiving. "i made it for us as a reminder... i made it for all the girls." "i love it so much," i told her. "and i'm so sorry i almost threw it away." "yeah, but mama," she smiled, "you didn't... see? you can still read the words. you can still see all the stars..." she was right, of course. the paper was crumpled but the words didn't change. the girl was still holding the world. fable and i flattened the paper with our hands and taped it on the back of our front door. because crumpled or not, we can still read the words. we can still see all the stars. a photo posted by rebecca woolf (@girlsgonechild) on dec 3, 2016 at 11:47am pst she will know that her steps matter. that we cannot push the needle forward by standing still. that we have to push. we have to strain. we have to march. not just on the 21st but consistently. we must march hand in hand, with clear eyes and open ears, fearless, hopeful, strong. we must march for a future that ensures everyone is given equal chance to find their power. and she will know that she's a part of that. she's part of this. she's part of everything. we all are. you can read my post in its entirety on mom.me, here. *** ed: when i picked fable up from school today, i found this hanging in the hallway outsider her classroom: not that i ever had doubts about bringing her, but whoa, am i glad she's coming. fight forward, friends. march safe and big love to all. 0 comments | | link in dogs we trust posted by girl's gone child | tuesday, january 17, 2017 the following post is sponsored by universal pictures' new film, a dog's purpose. last year was a difficult year for our family. losing our dog was part of the difficult. i had been preparing for zadie's death for over a year when an inoperable fist sized tumor appeared on her side. besides having cancer, during the last six months of her life she was blind, deaf and had dementia, and while she didn't seem uncomfortable with her various ailments, she became more and more detached from the kids and from me. she didn't seem to recognize any of us anymore and didn't want to be hugged and cuddled in the same way she once craved. having senior dogs is tough, especially when kids are involved. zadie once loved to play with the kids and would chase them around the house or follow them outside to play, but in her final months, she did what she could to steer clear. not that i blamed her. if i was 100 years old in dog years and had small children running around me all day every day, i would be like for the love... leave me be! after zadie's passing, hal and i decided to take a break from dog ownership. everything felt far too overwhelming to open our doors (and hearts) to another creature, but alas... two months later, i realized how much i missed having animal energy in my house. i missed my dogs. i needed a dog. the kids did, too. we knew magnolia (her full name is magnolia sequin dance party hillary clinton girl power) was the one immediately, mainly because she reminded the kids of "cooper and zadie combined." "what if she is cooper and zadie?" fable asked. "what if cooper and zadie are back but as a different dog!" needless to say, when i first saw the "dog's purpose" trailer, i burst into tears because omg reincarnation and dogs. i know i wrote about magnolia soon after we adopted her, but a lot has happened since maggie came into our lives. cough, the election, cough. magnolia makes me feel at peace during a time where i feel anxious. she serves as a reminder that unconditional love exists -- that loyalty and affection and solidarity aren't just human characteristics. that friendship with an animal is fulfilling and inspiring and something that, as a person, i cannot live without. she sleeps with the girls in their beds until they fall asleep. she physically hugs me when i'm sad. she cuddles with me on the couch when i'm working -- and on the days i do sit at a desk, she rests her head on my feet. she has been my angel these last few months, filling me with joy and surrounding me with love -- making me feel safe--all of the things dogs have a tendency to do. sometimes humans can be overwhelming. animals, though, for me, have always been a refuge. magnolia is the kind of dog who will push open the bedroom door and come running to my aid if i so much as shed a tear. she will stand by my legs when i'm washing my hands. she will follow outside when i take out the trash. she is literally always behind me. in the past i might have been annoyed with an animal this affectionate and devoted but right now, with a middle-schooler and twins who are getting better and better at making me feel like i'm doing everything wrong, having a creature who doesn't challenge my every word is really very necessary. especially a creature who wants to cuddle literally all of the time. (i joke that if i could wear magnolia in an ergobaby carrier, she would be 100% down.) and, yes, i'm going to say it and it's totally cheesy, but it's also completely true. in so many ways, my rescue dog rescued me, which is exactly what cooper and zadie did for me 15 years before. and now i am crying. because i am very tired, maybe. but also because dogs are just the best. they really are. we don't know how old mags is. we think she's around two-years-old. she appears to have had several liters of puppies. (girl has mom bod something fierce, which i am like, yo. i know, dude. i get it.) we decided that the reason magnolia had taken so long to find a home (she was in foster care for almost a year) was because she was ours all along. we were hers, too. her transition into our home has been seamless and extraordinary and i've loved her since the first moment we met. i am typing this post from my couch where mags has her head on my arm. she's farting something fierce and i don't even mind. i love everything about her. she is ours. and we are hers. and i'm so grateful. *** based on the bestselling novel by w. bruce cameron, a dog’s purpose hits theaters on january 27th and shares the story of one devoted dog who finds the meaning of his own existence through the lives of the humans he teaches to laugh and love. p.s. if you want to make a poster about your dog's purpose (like the one i made above of "catnolia," you can do so, here with the a dog's purpose poster generator. you can also post it to social with the #mydogspurposehashtag. xo 0 comments | | link "...strong is what we make each other..." a repost in preparation for the women's march posted by girl's gone child | saturday, january 14, 2017 the following post is a repost from last year's international women's day which. it felt apropos to post today, the week before the women's march. photos individually credited, here. jose cabezas/afp/getty images one of the first articles i clicked on this morning -- on this international women's day was this extraordinary collection of photos/stories of female protest worldwide, and as i scrolled through and read the stories of these women, all of whom refused to accept status quo -- who continue to refuse... who fight every day for their lives and livelihood, i thought of another poem by the remarkable marge piercy... about strength in the face of weakness and the power of vulnerability, about what it means today to be a woman and what it has always meant to be a girl, about solidarity and camaraderie and the harmony of female voices whose megaphones were pulled from the ribs of every eve who ever dared refuse an adam.... about the global village and who is doing what to raise whom. because in the same way it takes a village to raise a child, it also takes a village to embolden her -- to empower her and elevate her world. and so. today, and every other day, i salute our international community of women and girls with love and gratitude -- for teaching and raising and risking, and pushing and powering on. i salute you. for strong women by: marge piercy a strong woman is a woman who is straining a strong woman is a woman standing on tiptoe and lifting a barbell while trying to sing “boris godunov.” a strong woman is a woman at work cleaning out the cesspool of the ages, and while she shovels, she talks about how she doesn’t mind crying, it opens the ducts of the eyes, and throwing up develops the stomach muscles, and she goes on shoveling with tears in her nose. a strong woman is a woman in whose head a voice is repeating, i told you so, ugly, bad girl, bitch, nag, shrill, witch, ballbuster, nobody will ever love you back, why aren’t you feminine, why aren’t you soft, why aren’t you quiet, why aren’t you dead? a strong woman is a woman determined to do something others are determined not be done. she is pushing up on the bottom of a lead coffin lid. she is trying to raise a manhole cover with her head, she is trying to butt her way through a steel wall. her head hurts. people waiting for the hole to be made say, hurry, you’re so strong. a strong woman is a woman bleeding inside. a strong woman is a woman making herself strong every morning while her teeth loosen and her back throbs. every baby, a tooth, midwives used to say, and now every battle a scar. a strong woman is a mass of scar tissue that aches when it rains and wounds that bleed when you bump them and memories that get up in the night and pace in boots to and fro. a strong woman is a woman who craves love like oxygen or she turns blue choking. a strong woman is a woman who loves strongly and weeps strongly and is strongly terrified and has strong needs. a strong woman is strong in words, in action, in connection, in feeling; she is not strong as a stone but as a wolf suckling her young. strength is not in her, but she enacts it as the wind fills a sail. what comforts her is others loving her equally for the strength and for the weakness from which it issues, lightning from a cloud. lightning stuns. in rain, the clouds disperse. only water of connection remains, flowing through us. strong is what we make each other. until we are all strong together, a strong woman is a woman strongly afraid. 0 comments | | link next page subscribe follow by email a book i wrote once elsewhere politics & parenting, my twin pregnancy gone style liner notes yesterday and the days before ▼  2017 (5) ▼  january (5) why i march... with my 8-year-old. in dogs we trust "...strong is what we make each other..." a repost... thank you. it's a girl. #pansfilm ►  2016 (113) ►  december (6) ►  november (6) ►  october (8) ►  september (9) ►  august (11) ►  july (12) ►  june (7) ►  may (9) ►  april (9) ►  march (12) ►  february (10) ►  january (14) ►  2015 (204) ►  december (15) ►  november (14) ►  october (15) ►  september (15) ►  august (17) ►  july (22) ►  june (20) ►  may (16) ►  april (18) ►  march (19) ►  february (15) ►  january (18) ►  2014 (229) ►  december (20) ►  november (17) ►  october (20) ►  september (20) ►  august (20) ►  july (20) ►  june (21) ►  may (15) ►  april (22) ►  march (18) ►  february (18) ►  january (18) ►  2013 (258) ►  december (21) ►  november (21) ►  october (25) ►  september (19) ►  august (20) ►  july (24) ►  june (22) ►  may (21) ►  april (21) ►  march (19) ►  february (21) ►  january (24) ►  2012 (252) ►  december (19) ►  november (21) ►  october (22) ►  september (17) ►  august (25) ►  july (20) ►  june (21) ►  may (24) ►  april (18) ►  march (19) ►  february (25) ►  january (21) ►  2011 (269) ►  december (27) ►  november (21) ►  october (22) ►  september (20) ►  august (25) ►  july (20) ►  june (24) ►  may (24) ►  april (24) ►  march (23) ►  february (21) ►  january (18) ►  2010 (241) ►  december (21) ►  november (20) ►  october (22) ►  september (25) ►  august (18) ►  july (22) ►  june (21) ►  may (22) ►  april (19) ►  march (17) ►  february (15) ►  january (19) ►  2009 (190) ►  december (26) ►  november (18) ►  october (14) ►  september (16) ►  august (14) ►  july (15) ►  june (15) ►  may (14) ►  april (13) ►  march (18) ►  february (14) ►  january (13) ►  2008 (198) ►  december (16) ►  november (20) ►  october (19) ►  september (14) ►  august (15) ►  july (17) ►  june (15) ►  may (17) ►  april (21) ►  march (14) ►  february (15) ►  january (15) ►  2007 (211) ►  december (8) ►  november (17) ►  october (22) ►  september (15) ►  august (15) ►  july (14) ►  june (18) ►  may (19) ►  april (20) ►  march (18) ►  february (21) ►  january (24) ►  2006 (257) ►  december (21) ►  november (18) ►  october (19) ►  september (25) ►  august (26) ►  july (17) ►  june (24) ►  may (21) ►  april (24) ►  march (22) ►  february (23) ►  january (17) ►  2005 (48) ►  december (15) ►  november (18) ►  october (15)  


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