As I've begun to blog on subjects other than cloth diapering,I've realized something:
I may need to be less intimidated by how others might feel about what I have to say.
Now that will be difficult for me;I'm not sure I know how to be so outspoken!
I'm not as aggressive as women like The Feminist Breeder;she is an all-in-your-face kind of woman.
Don't get me wrong,I love a lot of her work and I think she is an inspiration for women everywhere.
Maybe that's why I think she is great-because she doesn't hold back.
I guess you can't help too many people or have your voice heard unless you shout it from the mountain tops (or in the case of the Internet:blog,blog,blog!)
I think the key is to take into consideration what the message is that you want to send while you're shouting.
How do you want it to be a perceived?
As a breastfeeding advocate,I don't want to come across as bashing formula.
As a natural birth supporter I have no intention of making women feel inferior for having had an epidural or a cesarean section.
I want to help other women strive to reach their goals in life and if reading my blogs is going to help,I suppose I need to speak up!
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