22 Questions Women Shouldn't Have To Ask Themselves
Do I have equal rights?
Should I put my keys in between my fingers in case someone attacks me on my walk to or from my car?
Can I leave my drink unattended at the bar while I use the restroom?
Is what I'm wearing sending the wrong message?
Do I get compensated as much as other people who have the same job that I have?
Am I being too emotional?
Why is there so much pressure for me to reproduce?
Are people going to judge me if I choose to focus on my career instead of a family?
Am I going to be catcalled today?
Should I buy pepper spray?
Will I be slut-shamed if I have sex with multiple people?
Will I have a say in what I am medically allowed to do to my own body this year?
Will I lose momentum in my life and career if I choose to start a family?
Am I showing too much skin?
Will I be criticized for wearing too much/not enough makeup?
Will I be called a bitch if I voice my opinions?
And will I be criticized if I cut my hair?
Should I be OK with the fact that people repeatedly refer to me as "sweetheart?"
Should I worry about what will happen if I turn someone down on a dating app?
If I smile at a stranger, am I inviting unwanted attention?
If I wear something tight or slightly "sexy" in the workplace, will people treat me differently?
Will I have to deal with harassment if I tell someone I'm not interested?
And, do I have equal rights?
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