Altogether, it’s a power dynamic that reiterates that the powerful people are the ones with their wallets stuffed regardless of what they care to offer.
There is nothing weak about being 'small', when it means humble, unassuming, and respectful. I know where true power lies now.
We can think about all the things we’d like to get from other people, and make a plan for how we’ll give every single one of those things to ourselves -- how we’ll fill ourselves up.
Feminist issues like the wage gap, domestic violence, harassment, rape, human trafficking, and the disproportionate amount of women in positions of power, all change drastically when viewed through an intersectional lens.
In finding balance, whether in a person or in a society, it is important that we strike a balance -- between yin and yang, feminine and masculine, receptivity and activity -- regardless of which gender we conform to (or not). It is in this balance that we become whole human beings.
Perhaps you put all your faith in a particular religion, and worship its god and holy saints? You read the scriptures, discipline yourself according to their rules, and fervently pray for your life to get better? What if you are actually projecting your own power onto that religion or god, ...