I wasn’t going to go to the San Francisco Women’s March because I have mental health issues that make it difficult for me to be in crowds, but when I turned on the TV to see coverage of the Women’s March in Washington, D.C. and all across the country I was woefully disappointed.
Actually, I was pissed off because online I could find coverage that showed what an incredible turnout there was nationwide and even worldwide. I complained on Facebook.
Why the fa-junka-junk wasn’t this covered on network TV? I kept flipping through the channels and nothing. Yes, I know there was cable and online coverage of it, but I don’t have cable and if something this big is happening, it should be getting coverage.
The whole thing made me so pissed off because I wanted to show my daughters that women matter, that they matter, that people will stand up for what’s right. Since the revolution is not being televised, I had to go in person to see it for myself and I’m so glad I did.
I ran into an old friend while I was there.
I also re-fell in love with my beautiful city.
San Francisco City Hall in pink for the occasion makes me swoon.
San Francisco Women’s March
It went down on January 21, 2017
I showed you mine, now show me yours.
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