When I was a teenager, I was really into the Ziplock Zipper Man.
I remember a friend of mine would take me on a bike ride around the city, and one of the first things we would do was take a few steps out of the bike lane and I would be walking with my arms crossed in front of me, and my head down.
We would just do that, and we would just walk around in the bike lanes.
We’d walk back to our cars and then go and eat at the McDonald’s or whatever.
When we were older, I started wearing pants.
I wore jeans and skirts, and I did that a lot.
And then I realized that there was a way that I was actually making a difference.
And that was because I wasn’t wearing pants, and if I was wearing pants I wasn.
I was living in a society where women weren’t actually allowed to wear pants.
It’s a very conservative, very patriarchal society.
And it was very frustrating because I felt like if I did wear pants I was somehow being a bitch to the guy next to me or something.
And I was thinking, “Oh, I could make a difference,” so I would wear pants, but I wouldn’t.
And so I started to think, “What am I going to do if I’m going to actually change this society?”
I started looking at all these different types of clothing options, and what if I were going to get a zipper?
What if I got a zipper and then just did it the right way?
And then it dawned on me that there are so many different ways to do it, and it’s just so much easier to change the world when you’re not wearing pants all the time.
But there are also many other ways to make a change.
So I started doing it the old-fashioned way: I would buy a zipper suit.
And when I first did that, I got really annoyed at my friends who were like, “Yeah, but we still wear pants.”
So I was like, I’m just going to try this out.
I bought a zipper jacket.
And this time, I wasn “pussy wearing.”
And it wasn’t until I went out on the streets and was wearing my zipper jacket that I started feeling like I was doing something.
I started talking to women and I started being able to talk to men about my concerns, and they were like “Oh you don’t have to wear a jacket!”
And I said, “I can wear a pantsuit and still be a feminist.”
And then when I went to the Women’s March in New York City and did my walk with my pants on, it was like “I’m a feminist, but that’s not what I’m trying to accomplish.”
And that’s when I decided to try something else.
When I went into the Women, Refugees, and Economic Empowerment Summit in March of 2020, I actually did not want to wear my pants.
But I wore my zipper suit, and now I am wearing my pants in the fashion world.
And you can tell that I am not a woman-hater.
I wear pants every day, and the zipper suit really helped me be able to say to my friends, “Well, I did this.
I’m a woman now, and that means I’m not a pussy.”
I mean, I wear them in the gym.
I work out in my pants, so I have to look good.
And the zipper suits made me feel so much more confident.
And for me, wearing a pants suit is actually really empowering.
It was a real relief.
When you wear a suit, you don to have to do all of the work of actually having to do something to make that work for you.
You don’t wear it on a daily basis.
You’re just wearing it in the moment.
So for me the zipper is like the magic key to my liberation.
It makes me feel like a woman, and a feminist.
And one of my favorite quotes from Michelle Alexander is that women’s liberation is not just about what we wear, but what we don’t.
So if you want to be a woman and a person who believes in equality, and you want people to respect you, then wear a zipper.
But don’t be afraid to wear your pants if you’re uncomfortable wearing them, because it’s not that big of a deal.
But if you do want to do a little bit more work, then do a zipper instead.
I think you can get a lot of work done without a zipper, and even without a suit.
But it’s really important to remember that the world isn’t going to change for you if you don and don’t do something.
It may take a little time, but it will happen.
So don’t worry about that.
You just need to look in the mirror and start looking for what you want.
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