Definition intimidating women
She is drawn to people with interesting stories and plentiful ideas.
She knows the people she likes to surround herself with and she’ll drop those that don’t fit into the right categories. There’s something about the way that she walks and a little thing in the way that she talks that allows people to be interested in what she has to say.
They aren’t scary, but their confidence comes off as uncomfortable.
They know who they are; they accept who they are; they love who they are.
Three months ago, Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc surprised Turkish women with a new demand. “We must uphold our moral values.” In response, he was deluged with photos of laughing women on Twitter.
When she wakes up in the morning, she puts on the clothes that appeal to her current state of being.
She doesn’t look to society to tell her what to wear.
Life is worth being lived and it’s worth being lived passionately.
But Erdogan, who was addressing an Istanbul conference on the status of women, had a different message for any women who imagined their president had come to praise their abilities. Two years ago, his government proposed that abortions be legal only during the first four weeks of pregnancy, down from 10 weeks previously. He showed this back in 2008, when he said that “marking only one day a year as Mother’s Day is an insult to mothers.” Three years later, Turkey made a lousy showing in the Global Gender Gap Report published by the World Economic Forum, ranking 120th of 136 countries.
She already knows everything there is to know about herself.