Ruth Bader Ginsburg Fight for the things you care about shirt
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I love this speech! And I do not think that she is privileged or being offensive towards deaf people. People expect women, especially mothers, to be in two places at once. If you have a child, someone has to care for that child while you are studying or working. Whether that is daycare, nanny, family member or husband/partner is your choice but there is no other way. I am a surgical resident with an infant. My husband lives in a different city at the moment and I have a nanny. There is no other way that I could manage 50-70 hours per week plus studying and weekends on call. I don’t think that makes me privileged. It’s what is necessary to do both. We should celebrate women who strive to be mothers and contribute to society instead of condemning them and always finding fault. Still not easy to be a woman in this society and certainly not a mother! Kudos to you Justice Ginsburg!. I was ill for over two years and my heart goes out to this lady that she has the Ruth Bader Ginsburg Fight for the things you care about shirt to keep going. Seeing a person with this type of struggle reminds me to remain humble and grateful, no matter what hardships I face. This woman is beautiful and I love her smile. I pray she isn’t suffering.