The first lady of the United States, Michelle Obama, has been praised for using the hashtag “I can’t believe it!” to express support for women and their wallets.
But what about the other side of the coin?
The term has come to symbolize the opposite side of a trend that has seen women’s wealth dwindle and women’s lives become increasingly unsafe.
“The word ‘safe’ is just a term of abuse, and we’re being abused,” Michelle Obama said in 2016, when she first started using the phrase.
“And we’re doing it because we’re tired of being attacked, of being told we’re useless and unworthy of being given a job or being treated as a special, special person.
The president’s comments, while perhaps not unprecedented, were still considered controversial in 2016. “
We need to get up in the morning, and not be afraid of people trying to make us feel like shit, because we’ve got some other amazing things in us.”
The president’s comments, while perhaps not unprecedented, were still considered controversial in 2016.
The hashtag has since taken off, becoming a regular fixture on social media.
“I don’t want to say the words ‘safe,’ but it’s a word that has been used to describe women who have lost their money,” says Julie Stewart, who directs the Women, Gender & Sexuality Research Institute at the University of Texas.
“The word has become synonymous with women losing money.
And I think that’s a very dangerous word.”
But Stewart says that while “safe” may not be the word that the term was originally intended for, it is one that women are using to describe the way they are losing money now.
“It’s very much like a cash register,” she says.
“A cash register is a way of showing what you’ve got in your hands, what you can hold, and it’s not a way for you to say ‘here’s the money.'”
The word safe is used to represent a loss of financial security, as opposed to a loss for a woman who has lost money.
“As a woman in her early 40s who is losing money, I think ‘safe, safe, safe,'” Stewart says.
Stewart points to the women’s empowerment movement, which she says has helped change how women perceive their own financial circumstances.
The movement “is a lot more empowering to women because women can see the things that women can get out of a financial transaction, or see the money they’ve earned through their own labor, that they’ve created in the workplace,” she explains.
The women’s movement has also helped women feel more confident in their own finances, Stewart says, as they feel they can use the money as they see fit. “
They can be a financial independent woman and they can also be a woman that’s been able to do all of this, and she has some kind of financial confidence.”
The women’s movement has also helped women feel more confident in their own finances, Stewart says, as they feel they can use the money as they see fit.
And, she adds, “Women have more confidence in themselves when they can feel confident in themselves, and I think it’s more about the confidence they feel in themselves than what it is about having money.”
A new word, a new trend, a word the term itself doesn’t fully capture?
There is a term that has gained popularity in recent years that has taken hold on Twitter, and that word, safe.
The term “safe,” as it’s often called, has gained traction on social-media platforms as a term to describe how women can be financially secure, Stewart explains.
Stewart says the word “safe.” is a word used to denote the feeling of security, self-worth and independence that comes with financial security.
The word, which first gained popularity on Twitter in early 2018, has since been used by a number of women and men, and is now used by women on social networks as well.
It has become a trending topic on Twitter and has been adopted by other platforms, including Instagram and Snapchat.
“That’s a new word that we’re really seeing on social platforms, and women are saying ‘safe!’ and it has caught on,” Stewart says of the word.
“In some ways, it’s become an extension of our culture, a way to describe ourselves and our financial situation, and to help people feel better about themselves.
It’s like, ‘I know I’m not perfect.
“Because it’s such a simple concept, we’re often saying it to ourselves or to people we trust, and then we start saying it out loud, and the next thing we know, people are like, this is a new term. “
But the idea that we can’t be confident in ourselves is very much a cultural trend,” she continues.
“Because it’s such a simple concept, we’re often saying it to ourselves or to people we trust, and then we start saying it out loud, and the next thing we know, people are like, this is a new term.
I’m so glad I used it.”
The word “I want to use it” has been trending on Twitter since