Delta Dawn, Angie Baby, I Am Woman, we belted out as teenagers up in your room. We were ready for life to be different, better, than what we had come to know as normal. I wanted equality, empowerment, women’s rights, and I thought you did too.
Perhaps like Angie we were living in a world of make believe?
Since then our paths could not have been more divergent.
You support ideologies that would take women back 100 years and I support the opposite.
I miss those teenagers their whole lives in front of them. We were on the same page for a minute it seemed.
Like much of America, so divided and polarized now, I wonder if there is any chance of opposing sides finding common ground and coming together for the good of the nation.