Twirl

….I saw this post and imagined it as a form of discrimination against women. Reason being, a man can not be asked to practically twirl. There are many kinds of twirling now that of read this post. I don’t want to say that the women who conform to such are letting the rest of us down….maybe just think that they dint know better…
…..Besides there are different circumstances to different situations

Teri Carter's Library

b06e0402f942b97cbbd6b1ff527acdfeOnce upon a time, when I was in my 20s, I worked for a Big Financial Company – heretofore known as BFC – where I thought Wow, I’ve made it. I had an office with a door. They gave me a brand new car and paid for the insurance and the gas. They entrusted valued customers to my care, ones with famous names as big as my BFC, and gave me prizes. I thought they did all of this because I worked harder than they asked me to and because I always made my numbers and because I earned it. I thought they respected me.

Down Under in Australia, the first major tennis tournament of the year started this week. After winning her match, 20-something Eugenie Bouchard was being interviewed on court in front of thousands when the interviewer asked her to twirl. Bouchard stood there, stunned. Twirl? You know…

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