Diana, 72

What amazes me are the women who say they don't care that women in the past fought so hard for women’s rights — that they don't care that the ceiling is not broken, and who don't care that women don't get equal pay.

They also don't care about our daughters and granddaughters futures.

When a woman decides she does not like a woman, and many women feel threatened by strong women, then they will put them down viciously. It blows my mind!

Having seen the Equal Rights Amendment go down I was totally disgusted with the people who fought against it — especially the misinformation that turned people against it.

I moved to America in 1968, and when I realized that Hillary might run for President I became a citizen so I could vote for her.