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The Right To Anger

Someday, a scientist in a secret laboratory will discover a way to harness women’s suppressed rage and used as a source of energy. We can then spend the next two centuries twiddling our thumbs and not worry about finding a sustainable source of energy. Because we’re all enraged.

There are better reasons for this. Women are paid anywhere from 5% to 37% more than men around the world, and around 35% of women have been physically or sexually abused at some point in their lives. Certainly, I did a Google search for this. Forget the internet and all the cyber-bashing we get from trolls who believe a woman’s place is under the gag,

Is it being expressed? Yes, sir, that’s correct. The reason for this, I believe, is that we are afraid of being branded unladylike. In the Nagging Woman Stereotype so beloved by chauvinists. She’s a no-go for everyone. She is despised by all. And who can deny the importance of being liked?

Having the same belief system that we’ve been a victim of is critical. Belief that tells young women to tone down their emotions and stop acting like drama queens. that one can ask an angry woman whether she’s menstruating without being ridiculed. Women are only allowed to be angry when their hormones are out of balance, it seems.

We place greater importance on being liked, accepted, and approved of than we do on our mental well-being.

Nevertheless, you see, all of that frustration and resentment we store within ourselves? It resembles partially digested food. It’s coming out in one way or another. Whether it was a spike in our blood pressure, insomnia, or even eating an entire box of chocolates, we’d vowed not to indulge in any of these things. If it’s delivered to someone who doesn’t deserve it, it can be downright hurtful. A child’s screams. A faithful companion. A hapless nanny. Please, don’t pretend that never happens.

Then again, what’s a girl to do when she’s furious? What if you unleashed your inner Hulk and went on a rampage, destroying buildings and uprooting fire hydrants? Plan B, as it were. Before you can express your anger maturely, you must first acknowledge your anger (no more rage tears), identify the source of your anger (no more scapegoats), and then express your anger. If you can’t stand the thought of running, then punch a pillow. Or, since neither of those options is feasible in the midst of a boardroom full of directors, you can take a deep breath and tell everyone to stop interrupting you so much.

When you finally speak up, you’ll realise that an angry woman is a formidable opponent. Angry women’s cries for attention are heard. They accomplish a lot. Rather than objectifying angry young men, we should embrace the angrier young women who live inside each of us. Don’t forget Dylan Thomas’s advice: “Do not go gentle into that dark night. There will be no more light in this world when the sun goes down

 

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