I have a strong dislike for being labeled, or being put into a collective “we,” or “them.” I am a woman, and accept that that makes me a part of a group. I am also caucasian, have blonde hair, am married, have kids, have a dog, wear a size ten shoe, live in New York–all these things put me in a lot of groups. But none of those groups have a color attached to them. I do not want to be collectively labeled pink.CLICK TO VIEW THE SOURCE MATERIAL
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