Quick, messy graphic to explain a concept that seems obvious to me:
We shouldn’t be helping women because they’re related to someone else. We shouldn’t be helping women because someone else cares about them. We should be helping women because they are people.
We should be helping women for their own sake.
Why is that a hard concept for people to grasp?
Saying she is someone’s mother to express the sorry and grief her children would feel if something happened must be wrong. Or is this saying that the people who care about a woman shouldn’t be noted?