Recent Examples of womankind from the Web
Glamour interviewed 1,147 men about the #MeToo movement and the survey results are an emotional roller coaster for womankind.
Since her birth nearly 60 years ago, the 11½-inch doll has been a repository for every impossible expectation thrust on womankind.
But are Americans really expected to celebrate as a great victory for womankind the fact that a woman's only option for doing her job is to haul a 10-day-old baby to work?
Celebrating and empowering women should absolutely not be restricted to one day, but having an extra special day to rejoice for all womankind and spread awareness is pretty great.
This was one small step for turts, and one giant leap for womankind.
One hair epiphany for Fonda, another radical voice for womankind.
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: all women thought of as one group
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