March is Women’s History Month and it is a vital and important month to recognize women from the past for their contribution and success that has inherently helped women be able to have opportunities today.
It’s also a month to remember the queer women who made giant leaps for women in their own respective careers, for without them, today’s queer women leaders like Ellen DeGeneres, Rosie O’Donnell, Kate Brown, Jane Lynch, E. Denise Simmons, Sapphire, Robin Roberts, Tammy Baldwin, and Annise Parker would not be where they are fighting for women’s rights, civil rights, and LGBT rights today.
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