There is still a battle to be fought for equal wages for equal work and
qualifications especially in places like Utah. There is still a glass ceiling in
many fields so even women with as many or more credentials as men in those
positions do not have a chance to have them. Judgeships are one example.
For a very few, it WAS about equal rights. For the rest NOW was a
stage that the needy-for-attention Narcissists couldn't resist.
So, isn't it high time, never married single women got their turn in the
spotlight regarding equal rights? In her book "Singled Out" Bella
DePaulo points out she's still waiting for a female candidate boasting that
because she was single, never married or cohabitating and had no children; she
could devote more of her precious time and energy to the concerns of her
constituents than any of her male or female competitors.Guess what, I
could be one of those women. I meet all the criteria. Would NOW be interested in
endorsing me or at least someone like me or are divorced/single moms still more
valued proving the battle isn't over yet?