Zonta Club Feminism

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Growing up in India the sickening culture of misogyny deeply affected me. I remember reading newspaper headlines everyday detailing the atrocities of how women were treated as second-class citizens, of how women were treated as inferior beings, and how women were raped and tortured. My mother, a fervid feminist, engrained the notion within my impressionable mind that when women are empowered, when women succeed, when women are viewed as equals, we all succeed. She imparted the values of feminism within me. As I grew older and older the blatant degradation of women’s right across the planet acutely disturbed me. In my senior year I decided to channel my passion for women’s right by joining the Zonta Club as the sole male member. As a member
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