Three years later, Good Week Weekend brought my second personal press work on the Rockin’ The Nana Life Shirt Once again, I agonized over whether I should write it or not. As with my part of loneliness, I sequence interviews and research about it. As with the previous part, it seems to me, by writing it, I have admitted that I am a loser.
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The title is that Rockin’ The Nana Life Shirt does not have children: the way women do not have children is treated in 2016. I wrote about how I really wanted children but that did not happen. Men are wrong, time is bad and not brave enough when I finally started thinking about having a child alone.
Our society has strong feelings about women without children. There exists an invisible line that Rockin’ The Nana Life Shirt us both emotionally and, often physically, from the rest of society. We are different. We are selfish people because we chose not to have children.
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We hear, again and again, an exclusion clause when starting other women’s sentences: as a mother, me, our opinions are devalued, our values are like A woman has not been confirmed, our stock in the Rockin’ The Nana Life Shirt does not exist. Can’t help but join some outside stories like ours. The essay was once again met with large audience response. Again, the message is Thank you: I feel less lonely.
On a Friday afternoon in mid-2017, I almost fainted on the Rockin’ The Nana Life Shirt Morning Herald news floor when I realized my third personal essay was released. I thought that my work as a child without children would be the last time I wrote down exposing myself; I want to pull myself back to privacy.