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Spain's Equality Minister on being a woman

"What does being a woman mean to you?" Here's how Spain's Equality Minister Irene Montero responded.

10/08/2020 3:11 PMupdated: 10/08/2020 3:12 PM

18 comments

  • Drm A.
    10/12/2020 06:12

    Wish she was Cali Governor.

  • Desiree G.
    10/11/2020 09:08

    Spot on

  • Juan A.
    10/10/2020 22:40

    ☝🏻🤮🤮🤮

  • Carolina L.
    10/09/2020 11:05

    👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽

  • Rodrigo O.
    10/09/2020 07:25

    Shes destroying the country with her husband... 🤣🤣🤣🔥

  • Debra F.
    10/09/2020 00:44

    If it’s not allowed legally they will find a way to do it illegally so why not protect them and leave it the way it is

  • Daniel K.
    10/08/2020 21:22

    It's not 100 % true. Violence is most of the time men against men. The reason of less income to woman depends of work (but worth more).

  • Marcie A.
    10/08/2020 20:35

    I sacrificed thirty years of my life only to be left when I got sick. Ladies take care of yourself too.

  • Rene S.
    10/08/2020 20:08

    She is right. Women. Need equality. So when a ship sinks. Men and children get off 1st. Women. Should be up for draft in the military. And they should force women to take on jobs like fishing in the ocean and firefighters and so on.

  • Mario H.
    10/08/2020 18:31

    Toda la definición de mujer rota en torno al victimismo? Interesante 😂

  • Tammy F.
    10/08/2020 17:50

    Does she happen to be BFF with AOC? Two Wonder Women on the same planet at the same time.

  • Carlos E.
    10/08/2020 16:36

    Es la verdad

  • Diana B.
    10/08/2020 16:34

    Amen!! 🙏

  • Joseph Y.
    10/08/2020 16:28

    Epic words

  • Fathima F.
    10/08/2020 16:25

    Word!

  • Bonnie H.
    10/08/2020 16:15

    Rock on woman!!! Absolutely correct 💖

  • Ana S.
    10/08/2020 15:26

    Comunista Gucci

  • Brut
    10/08/2020 15:19

    Spain’s Equality Minister Irene Montero dropped a political bombshell on Wednesday in the Congress of Deputies: a plan to repeal the 2015 reform of the abortion law: https://english.elpais.com/politics/2020-10-08/spain-seeks-law-change-to-allow-16-and-17-year-olds-to-abort-without-parental-consent.html

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