Well, only if you AR'N'T a woman, as Harriet Tubman's book title read. (Ar'n't I a woman? I have a copy; strangely, Amazon isn't selling this book. Do they not like the grammar, even though that was her title, a hundred-fifty years ago?)Because they aren't women. It's not what she did that matters, dear: it's the color of her skin and her reproductive organs that count. That's the world we live in now.Seriously, why? Hardly anyone knows this ugly women. Why not MLK or Booker t Washington.
If you are a woman, now it's fashionable that you also be a man, with male reproductive organs. And women who don't have male organs can't get sports scholarships anymore: those are all to go to male freaks now.
I'm starting to get confused here. . . . .