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Lets Reshape Womens Narratives

Ladies, have you ever felt like the news just isn't connecting with you anymore? I've been there too, and it's high time we discuss it.

Think back to that iconic moment when a woman spoke up about sexism and misogyny. It was a watershed moment, but since then, progress has been slow. The news still seems to miss the mark when it comes to women and their stories.

Here's the deal: it appears that fewer and fewer women are genuinely interested in the news. It's as though we're slowly losing touch with the headlines. While women have traditionally been less interested in news than men, our waning interest is becoming more pronounced.

But it's not just about interest. We're actively avoiding the news more frequently. We're scrolling past those headlines, steering clear of political dramas, and bypassing the never-ending stream of negative updates. Why? Well, let's face it, it's a real downer.

So, what do we want from the news? Do we yearn for more positivity in our daily dose of headlines? It turns out, many of us do. We're weary of the constant barrage of bad news and are longing for stories that brighten our day. But it's not just about good vibes; we want substance. We want news that doesn't just highlight problems but also offers solutions.

When it comes to trust, things are getting shaky. Many of us are losing faith in the news. We're looking at headlines and wondering if they genuinely represent us. Do we feel like our interests are given equal weight with men's in the news? Do we believe that the news is impartial and unbiased when it covers women? These questions matter more than ever.

And let's not forget about the women who work behind the scenes in journalism. They're facing their own unique challenges. Female journalists are encountering barriers to career progression and sometimes experiencing discrimination because of their gender. It's a tough world out there for the voices that should be speaking up for us.

So, here's my call to action. It's time for a newsroom revolution. Let's redefine what it means to report the news. It's time to provide women's voices with a genuine platform to tell stories that resonate with us, inspire us, and uplift us.

But I want to hear from you, my fellow women. What do you want to read about in the news? What stories are missing from the headlines that you'd love to see? It's time to start a conversation and demand news that genuinely connects with us because, after all, if we're the ones consuming it, shouldn't it be written for us?

T Saunders

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