Celebrating Womanhood – Bloggers Wanted

You can go to my Celebrating Womanhood post and add your post to the linky.

Hosted by Living, Learning, and Loving Life, Cabin Goddess,  Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dave, Tea With Dee, and alchemyofscrawl.

For one day, we want to drown out negativity and celebrate the beauty and pride of women.

These days it seems that some people want us to be ashamed of being women. They want us to believe that we’re less: less intelligent, less important, less human. There is so much negativity out there. For one day, we want to flood the internet with positive messages about women. On September 16, 2012 we’re going to write positive blog posts about women, and we invite you to join us.

You can write about anything:
• Motherhood
• Sexuality
• Being a wife
• Being single
• Being a female in the armed forces
• Being a military wife
• Being a woman who works full-time
• Being a daughter
• Friendships
• A specific woman in your life or women in general
• Absolutely anything else you can think of that is something postitive about being a woman or celebrates women

This isn’t about ranting about the stupid remarks cavemen make. This is all about positive posts about women. Guys, you can participate, too. You can write about your mom, wife, sister, daughter, friend, or women in general. You don’t have to be mushy (although you certainly can if you want) but you do have to be respectful. This event is all about loving, respecting, and celebrating women.

Go tell your friends. Blog about it, tweet it, post it on Facebook and Google+. Join the Facebook page and share it. Use the hashtag #womenrock to help spread the word. Let’s make such a positive statement that we drown out the negative remarks.

 

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