Will it ever stop?

So I’m doing a little news reading, and I come across an article on NFL player Ezekiel Elliot. There’s a video of him pulling down a lady’s shirt, and exposing her chest. What made him do this? I’m not sure.

There’s currently a women’s a group that is speaking out against the matter and calling it sexual assault. The women would like for Elliot to be punished for his actions.

This isn’t this first time we hear about him getting into some type of trouble that involves a woman. Last year, there were allegations of him abusing a woman. No charges were filed, and he wasn’t arrested.

I can’t say what really happened. Only him and that lady knows, but let’s be honest it seems as if too many¬†people are getting away with abuse, and rape. For example, Brock Turner only served three months for sexual assault.

Student, James Enochs, was charged with raping two women, but he only served one day in jail, and was given one year of probation. Also teenager, Kraigen Grooms, sexually abused an one year old. He was given a 10 year suspension, five years of supervision release, and he must be registered as a sex offender. He was released after serving two years in jail.

The list goes on. I guess rape and harassment isn’t that serious these days. What are your thoughts?

International Women’s Day!

Here’s a list of 21 great women:

  1. Billie Holiday– “The First Lady of the Blues”. She’s considered one of the greatest jazz singers of all time.
  2. Rosa Parks– Refused to give up her seat to a white man, which led to some civil rights legislation.
  3. Eva Peron– Was a political activist, and campaigned on behalf of the poor.
  4. Elizabeth Taylor– An award winning actress who co founded the AIDS Research charity in the 80’s.
  5. Maya Angelou– A gifted poet and writer.
  6. Elizabeth Cady Stanton– A leader in the early women’s rights movement.
  7. Mary Magdalene– First person to see Jesus Christ after his resurrection.
  8. Benazir Bhutto– First woman to lead a Muslim state.
  9. Wangari Maathai– Women’s right campaigner from Kenya.
  10. Aretha Franklin– “Queen of soul”. A legendary singer.
  11. Marie Curie– A chemist who discovered many chemical elements.
  12. Toni Morrison– The first black woman to win a Nobel prize in literature.
  13. Lily Ledbetter– An activist for women’s equal pay.
  14. Sally Ride– First American woman to go out of space.
  15. Ida B. Wells– Founded the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) .
  16. Harriet Quimby– The first woman to gain a pilot license in the United States.
  17. Madame C.J Walker– Became a wealthy woman by developing and selling hair products.
  18. Zora Neale Hurston-An African American writer and anthropologist.
  19. Dorothy Fields– A popular song writer during the 1920’s and 1930’s
  20. Sojourner Truth– An abolitionist and women’s rights activist.
  21. Sybil Ludington– A heroine of the American Revolutionary War.