I’m getting so tired of being told I should always vote for the woman.
That to be part of the woman’s movement I have to vote this way to make sure more woman have a place in power.
That it’s my duty as a woman.
I would love to see more woman in power and one day again have a woman prime minister but we only have to go back to the time of a Thatcher government to know that a female in charge isn’t always the best policy and yes I know I only have to look to the current government to know than a man in power can be just as dangerous.
I do believe in woman and I know that this world is full of some incredible, inspiring females and yes I really do want to see more woman in positions of power but what really matters to me is the character of a person not the gender.
So I’m sorry if I offend people by saying that I won’t vote for all women.
I just won’t.
My vote, my support will go to the person I believe in.
The person who believes in equality for all regardless of gender, ethnicity, sexuality and financial worth.
I want all people to have a voice in this world.
I want to vote for someone who believes in fighting for all.
Who will stand up against the big corporations and the elite.
Who will speak out when others won’t.
Who has the courage to ask the awkward questions.
Who believes that we can have a fair society.
I am a great believer in woman.
I do think we are pretty amazing and I’m sure that there are many woman that fit all of the above. But I’m also sure that those woman will be asking me to vote on these qualities and convictions not their gender.
One thought on “I cannot always vote for a woman just because I am a woman”
I totally agree with you. Not all women are qualified for the job they are going for, I don’t think people should get jobs/be voted in just because it makes the company or whatever look like they value women equally. People should get the job based on their qualifications and ability to do the job.