How Women Could Help Each Other More
A select few men in this world focus on helping women. The rest don’t try to stand in our way, but they just haven’t walked in a woman’s shoes and realized the challenges females face that men just don’t. The handful of men who make lifting up women a priority are a very special group, and they have to work hard to keep women’s needs, rights, issues, and obstacles in the forefront of their minds. Women, in the meantime, don’t need to work hard at all to know what other women are going through. The knowledge is in our bones. It’s been passed down to us, through our DNA. We can see an interaction that a woman we don’t even know has with a man on the street and know almost exactly what she is thinking and feeling. Because we know all of this, we have a responsibility to lift each other up when we can because, well, we can’t entirely count on men to help us. Here are ways women should help each other more.
Suggest another woman for the job
If someone offers you an opportunity that you aren’t in a position to take, immediately recommend another (if not several other) woman who would be great for it.