Equality

McSally ‘Skirts’ Her Duty to Support Women By Buying Into Misogyny and Patriarchy

Shelly Burgoyne, an Arizonan, Combat Veteran, Former Army Officer, military spouse, parent, and advocate for full gender integration of all military combat jobs, says McSally’s recently unearthed 2007 lecture at the Duke University School of Law displays “backwards thinking that hurts us all.” In her talk, McSally accuses women of purposefully timing pregnancies to get […]

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McSally in Cosmo Magazine – wait, WHAT?

Oct 19, 2017 We started this Change.org campaign to ask the Editors of “Cosmopolitan” Magazine to: “Tell your readers the truth about Martha McSally Helen Gurley Brown, the long-time editor of “Cosmopolitan,” famously transformed it from a staid family magazine to a frank (sometimes brazen) advice manual for the modern, single career woman. In 2014, then-editor Joanna

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McSally on Equal Pay for Women

Jun 6, 2017 While campaigning in 2014, Martha McSally promised to vote for the Paycheck Fairness Act: “As someone who has fought for women my entire life, I know first-hand that women are still not treated equally in the workplace, and if I was in Congress, I would vote for the Paycheck Fairness Act because

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McSally on LGBTQ rights

WORKPLACE PROTECTIONS Jun 5, 2017 Rep. McSally has a score of 48 from the Human Rights Campaign. To put that in context, all the Democratic representatives from Arizona have a score of 100, and all the other Republican representatives have a score of zero. [1]   A representative from the HRC explained the mixed results

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McSally on Prejudice

*from Feb 23, 2017 town hall event*    PREJUDICE / HATE SPEECH First, an ethnic breakdown of CD2: It’s 64% white, 28% Hispanic, and about 4% black, 3% Asian and 1% Native American. * A religious breakdown of Arizona (Pew Survey, 2015): 27% none, 26% Evangelical, 21% Catholic, 13% Protestant, 5% Mormon, 6% non~Christian faith

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