Why I Am Joining The March: I have chronic Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder which makes attending large events difficult due to social anxiety & hypervigilance. It is important for me to be visible for these marches because I am a survivor of sexual assault & I refuse to accept a self-exposed sexual predator as my President. As a bisexual woman & a foreigner living in America, I feel it is my duty to stand up & advocate for people within my communities. I will not accept or support any legislation that allows discrimination on the basis of ethnicity, gender, sexuality, disability or religion. The rights I hold over my own body & what I do with it will not be dictated to me by power hungry men who lack even the most basic ethical standards. I cannot standby & in good conscious allow medical care to be taken away from millions of Americans. I love this country deeply & believe that in order to move forward we need to look after one another. I want to see an end to violence against women, the LGBTQ community, African Americans & Muslim Americans. I believe in equality & safety for all.