Maple Simple

    Digital nomad with simple solutions

    I’m not ready to accept that the world I live in is a man’s world.

    I’m ready to live with a world where the sexes don’t interact like we used to, and where women are just as equal as men.

    I’m not yet ready to embrace a world that’s more gender fluid, but I’m going to do my best to be.

    And I’m also going to try to be respectful and to respect everyone’s right to do the same.

    I’m proud of the work I do as a national broadcaster.

    I am a strong advocate for gender equality and the empowerment of women.

    I believe that we can achieve this through a culture of diversity.

    I have a message for all of you: Be brave, be proud, and be true to yourself.

    You have a lot of work ahead of you.

    But what does that really mean?

    Well, to start, I can tell you that the way you dress or how you behave will have a significant impact on how you are viewed and how others perceive you.

    And while it’s fine to dress differently to be different, it is important to remember that if you don’t dress differently, you’ll be viewed differently as well.

    That’s the way we’re going to live in a man-dominated world in the next decade or so.

    So I’m proud to be a role model, and I am excited to continue to do so.

    What’s next for this week’s episode?

    We’re kicking things off with a special guest, the actress Emily Blunt.

    We’ll be sharing more on Emily Blunts work on The Voice and her upcoming film, She’s All That.

    We also have a special episode that features an interview with a transgender man, who has been fighting for the right to be treated as a woman and live in the same community as women.

    If you’re new to The Sport Bibles, please visit us at www.nationalsistersday.com or follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and Google+.

    You can also watch the show LIVE on The SportBible Channel on ABC Family TV on Tuesday, February 13 at 9:00pm.

    RELATED ARTICLES

    How to spot a Crook Nation

    Oklahoma is an open book when it comes to how people treat the crook nation.The country has the highest unemployment rate in the nation, with more than 14 million people jobless.The Crook National Monument, where the American flag is flown, is one of the most…