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Women are no longer people. They are objects. They are commodities. They are not human. This is the new world order. If you want to be a part of it, read on. If you don't, then get out while you still can.

Women are no longer people. They are now a gender, an identity and a political movement.

In the past, women were seen as individuals. We were seen as people with our own unique talents, abilities and experiences. We were respected for our intellect and our ability to contribute to society. We were valued for our character and our contributions to the world.

Today, women are seen as a gender. We are no longer respected for our individual talents and abilities. We are now valued for our conformity to gender norms. We are expected to behave in certain ways and to look a certain way. We are judged by our appearance and by our ability to conform to gender roles.

This change in how women are seen has had a profound impact on our lives. It has led to a decline in the respect and value that is accorded to women. It has also led to an increase in the discrimination and violence that is directed towards women.

The change in how women are seen has also had a negative impact on our mental health. Women are now more likely to suffer from anxiety and depression. We are also more likely to suffer from eating disorders and body dysmorphic disorder.

This change in how women are seen is having a negative impact on our lives. It is time for us to reclaim our individuality and our humanity. We are people, not gender.

Women are no longer people…

It’s hard to overstate how much things have changed for women in recent years. We’re no longer seen as individuals with our own unique talents, abilities, and experiences. Instead, we’re now viewed primarily as a gender—and an identity and political movement.

Of course, this change in how women are seen has had a profound impact on our lives. We’re now accorded less respect and value, and we face more discrimination and violence. This shift has also taken a toll on our mental health, leading to higher rates of anxiety and depression, as well as eating disorders and body dysmorphic disorder.

Clearly, this change in how women are seen is having a negative impact on our lives. It’s time for us to reclaim our individuality and our humanity. We are people, not gender.

Today, we’re all living in a different America than we did last week.

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SCOTUS Overturns Roe v. Wade

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