It’s an incredible thing to have a voice.
It’s a great feeling to be a woman.
And it’s something that has really changed my life.
I first saw The Handmaids Tale when I was in a hospital for a mental illness, and I fell in love with the story, because I had read it in my mother’s braids and it had this strong, emotional, beautiful message about women and how they should be free.
And I thought, “I’ve got to tell this story to my children.”
And I had to tell it to my mother, and it was a very traumatic experience.
And so I wrote a story to help her understand that there are things that we can’t say about women in this country, because she doesn’t understand them.
And she couldn’t read the story.
She had never read a story before.
And my mother was just overwhelmed by it.
And after that, I wrote it to try and understand women’s experiences.
So it was like I got stuck with a huge problem, and that was when I decided to start a crowdfunding campaign to help pay for the book, because it was my first book and I had a really difficult time getting it published.
So I went to Kickstarter and I said, “Look, this is my story, and this is what I want to do for women.
And this is where we are now.”
And people responded.
They said, yeah, this could be a good project.
And then I said to myself, “Okay, I’ll just write the book.
I’ll take this project and I’ll get it out there.”
I wanted to tell women what they need to know.
And that was the beginning of my journey to write the best book that I could.
And in the process, I realised that women in particular, in this particular country, are in need of more resources, and they need access to information.
And the book was really a great way to do that.
So The Handmaiden’s Tale, The Hand, is the story of two women.
One is a girl named Lila, who is a child in a mental institution; she is very traumatised.
She’s not very confident, and she’s always in her own head.
She is very frightened, and very isolated.
She also has a boyfriend who has this huge amount of power.
And the other girl, who’s a little younger, is named Grace, who has just been sent to a boarding school, but she’s also very traumatized.
She has a great power, and a very large amount of control.
So she’s trying to keep her father and her brother out of the way.
And her father has very strict rules about what she can do.
And Grace also has very big problems with her mother.
And, as I said before, she has a brother.
And Lila’s dad is a very wealthy man, and he’s very powerful, and when she’s in a place where she’s not trusted, she’s vulnerable, she starts to feel very alone.
And Lila is really isolated.
And when she meets Grace, she says, “What the hell is going on here?”
And Grace tells her story in a very simple way.
I wanted to make it really accessible for a lot of women.
She says, it was very difficult for me, when I first got there.
I was the youngest girl there.
It was like a new, unknown world.
And also it was just a very, very dangerous place, where you can be beaten up and you can get arrested.
So it was difficult for all of us.
But it was also really important to Lila to meet someone who was not her mother, because in her head, she sees her mother as this enemy, because of her dad’s power and her father’s rules, and the whole idea of her being a little girl was very alien.
And then Grace’s story is also very simple, and really, very straightforward.
It goes like this: She’s the daughter of a wealthy family, and her family has a lot money.
And their house is beautiful, it’s a very big house.
And there’s a big pool, and there’s swimming pool.
And at the pool, they have a big party.
And everyone’s very beautiful, and everybody’s very, like, good looking.
And she also has this boyfriend.
And he’s a handsome guy.
And as you know, most women who have children have sex with men.
But he’s actually really attractive.
He has good skin, nice face, really long hair, and good looks.
And every time he walks in the room, he looks really nice.
And you know what?
I think it’s just really, really beautiful.
And so when she goes to the pool and he walks up to her, he says, you know the word, “Hello,” and she turns