An essay on the resilience of women, inspired by Hillary. "In that moment, watching her grace, dignity and warmth fill the room, I remembered: this is what females do. They get punched in the face. They get raped and beaten down and denied promotions and ridiculed and misunderstood and sexually harassed and denied their basic rights and cheated on. They get told they’re too aggressive, too ambitious, too nice, too mean, too fat, say sorry too much. And they keep on going. They get up again and again and make sure the people around them are okay. They wipe their tears and move forward like warriors."

November 17, 2016 by Megan Reilly Cayten