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Note from a man-loving, Jesus-following, grace + Sass-filled, rabble-rousing feminist. - Debra Trappen
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Note from a man-loving, Jesus-following, grace + Sass-filled, rabble-rousing feminist.

I am sitting here thinking about how often I have often been “told” that being a feminist is “dangerous” for my business and personal brand. That “being one” means I’m a variety of things – including a man-hater, out of alignment with being Christian, and a rabble rouser in general.

Clearly, I don’t listen and often share this quote in those moments. It usually inspires a much healthier conversation than the one they were trying to instigate.

Praying it helps you all along the way, as well.

xxoo,

A man-loving, Jesus-following, grace-filled + sassy Rabble-Rouser.

ps. To me, Jesus was the original rabble rousing feminist. I also include this sentiment in my conversations – if I’m feeling the need for more sass in the moment.

😂😂😂

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