Yesterday the video went viral... today the movement beginsPost your #WHATIREALLYREALLYWANT photo today! pic.twitter.com/8r2DqzXmk3 — The Global Goals (@TheGlobalGoals) July 6, 2016
#WhatIReallyReallyWant Dignity for African girls. No child brides, abuse or GFM. Sanitary towels. Education. Equal opportunity. Mostly love. — Nomzamo Khumalo (@KhumaloNomzamo) July 10, 2016
#WhatIReallyReallyWant is no more girls dying of HIV @TheGlobalGoals X vb pic.twitter.com/mFza6cHyBx — Victoria Beckham (@victoriabeckham) July 5, 2016The Women of Color Empowerment Dinner, which has been held for 18 years Men in Washington state earn an average of $54,358 annually, while women earn $41,926, according to the American Association of University Women women in Washington make 77 percent less than their male counterparts national average of women earning 79 percent of their male colleagues While the pay gap has been an issue in America for years, steps are being taken to ensure a more equal playing field in the future. According to the AAUW, Washington is one of four states with equal pay bills in the early stages of legislation. If passed, Washington will join eight other states with equal pay measures already in place. With equal pay being just one part of the focus on women’s issues, there are more steps needed to be taken before the genders are treated equally. The Wannabe parody brings awareness to the problems facing women around the world and here in our own backyards. As more people start to become aware of the inequalities women face, more measures may be taken to ensure complete fairness and equality in the future.