I had a conversation with someone where the topic of women being strong came to light. I sided with the fact that women can do and have been able to do many things that men can and have done, while he sided with his idea that women are weaker than men. Now I can see his point of view, and I have to say, if he was comparing himself a woman he knows and basing his judgment solely on that comparison, then yes, I would agree. But, the thing is, I can think of many women that are much stronger than he is.
What you talkin’ ‘bout, Willis?
Coming from a single parent home and being raised by my mom alone, I have seen first hand the strength it takes to raise two kids, let alone try to make a successful and societal productive man out of a boy. From discipline to love, to physical and emotional strengths, I've witnessed it all from her. So, when someone tells me that women are weaker than men, I tend to disagree wholeheartedly.
Make Way for The Argus
It is because of this influence in my life this book Ghosts: The Corechasers' main character is a strong female. She embodies a lot if not more of what I saw growing up. I hope that as you read the story you agree with me that she is strong in more ways than one.
Until next time, #drawwatuwant.