This is one of those forums at The New York Times. They got 8 "debaters" to write little essays answering the questions. I guess it's supposed to be a diverse group. But they're all women!
I doubt if many readers will click through to all of those. Don't you think most people — if they click at all — will choose the statement they most agree with? In that light, I'll let you know that I clicked on only one and it was "The March Will Only Reinforce the Divide in America." Excerpt:
I’m not a Trump supporter...You've got to stake out your credibility.
... but having talked to and read interviews with some of the 56 percent of white women and 43 percent of women overall who are, I think it’s safe to say this kind of talk ["We march to ensure that no woman is forgotten"] will fool nobody.
Those women will – correctly – view the rally as organized by and for the women on the other side of the [vast geographic, education, class, racial and cultural chasm]....
[They] will... know that the marchers look down on them them as at best benighted fools and at worst racist haters. On her first show after the election Samantha Bee, one of the spokeswomen for the march, blasted “Caucasian Nation“ women for betraying their sex. Chelsea Handler, who is leading a satellite march in Hollywood-studded Sundance, described them as “self-mutilating.”...
The election was “a warning that feminism, as it has been defined, did not inspire enough people in enough places around the country,” Susan Chira wrote in The Times recently. Marchers should take heed.