Why Ask Us More

I’ve got at least three reasons why you really should #askhermore than “What are you wearing?” Check it out…

As I’m reading the latest Oscars recap, I can’t help wanting to put my own two cents in about women. After all, there’s an #askhermore campaign that keeps getting ignored. Why ask her (us) more than what we’re wearing?

Here’s why:

#1 – Because women like this don’t get asked the same question.

Used courtesy of FreeImages.com (http://www.freeimages.com/photo/1174948) Used courtesy of FreeImages.com (http://www.freeimages.com/photo/1174948)

We treat people with celebrity, with money, with beauty better than people who actually need our support at least as much, if not more. Look, fashion design is a nice thing. But taking care of each other so that we all have roofs over our head, food to eat, physical and mental well-being… That’s more than a nice thing. That’s essential. It should be non-negotiable.

#2 – Because we’d like to tell you how much we hate when things like this happen.

From cnn.com From cnn.com

Or this…

Evan Vucci/AP - as used on npr.com (http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2015/02/17/387035292/joe-biden-gets-a-bit-too-close-to-new-secretary-of-defenses-wife?utm_source=npr_newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=20150222&utm_campaign=mostemailed&utm_term=nprnews) Evan Vucci/AP – as used on…

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