I am finding myself short on words tonight.
If you've read this blog at all, or if you know me, you know I have a thing about people telling their stories and having their stories heard. I came across this blog post tonight on BlogHer. For me (and, I'm assuming for you, too), it's a difficult and painful story to read. For me, though (and in my mind, for everyone), it's important to read it and witness that this shit is REAL and it's happening everywhere from kindergarten to graduate school to the work place. It's important to read it and sit and think about what YOU are going to do to make things different. Because you know someone who has dealt with this, or something similar. Or maybe you dealt with it yourself. What are you going to do about it--for you? For Gaby? For all of the other women, or men, or children like you and your friends and your children or your future children?