When I look back and then forward in time - Samantha Batstone's suggestion

When I look back and then forward in time

When I look back and then forward in time

I am 51 and do not want the younger generation to put up with the everyday inequality I grew up with, across my life and work, expectations and opportunities. It seems that its not possible to be a silver fox(y) - now I get both age and gender bias. This is not the future I want to leave for my fellow beings andI can no longer rage in silence.


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