I was pregnant with my second child when my landlord decided he would be better off with me to have it in a smaller, more cramped space than the one we’d been living in before.
He wanted to put the baby up for rent.
He didn’t tell me that he had a contract saying that if I didn’t pay rent by May 1st he would evict me.
That was the first thing I ever learned about the rent cycle when I was in kindergarten.
I never knew I was on the rent-by-decade scale until I was a teenager and it had started to hurt my health and I started getting sick and then my health got worse.
I started taking pills and eating more healthy foods, and by the time I was 17 my parents started to get worried, and when I got pregnant they stopped paying the rent.
The landlord then said he had to move out because I couldn’t keep the baby.
I thought, ‘What the hell is going on here?
It’s so obvious.’
I went to a local social services office and they said, ‘This is illegal.
If you don’t pay the rent you’ll be evicted.’
They told me they could evict me if I could prove I had paid the rent by the end of May, but I didn.
I just didn’t understand the implications.
It wasn’t until a few years later when I started my own family and had my own child that I started to think, ‘That’s why I have children.
It’s not fair.’
It’s still not fair.
It is so hard for women in this country to know that they are on the same scale as men when it comes to how their rent is paid, and it is such a privilege that we don’t get to do that.
I’m very lucky to be able to keep my family together because I have been through so much together.
What do you do when your rent is going up?
I started having to pay my rent by my husband’s check on May 1, and then it would just go up and up and it’s going up and the landlord wouldn’t give me a penny.
The rent I’m getting now is double what I paid in rent.
I’ve been here for four years, and my husband has been here five years, so it’s a very different situation now.
It doesn’t make sense to me that we can keep going like this.
What is it about our system that makes it so difficult for women to make rent payments?
There is no clear-cut system that’s in place for us to do it, and there are so many variables that we have to deal with.
There is an income-based system, which is the only system that we know of that pays us the same amount of rent as men, which we also need to pay.
So if we were to have a rent increase of 10%, we would still be paying the same as a man.
There are different income levels in different areas, but we are not allowed to say we are on a wage-labor basis, because that’s the same thing as paying women less than men.
In other words, it is based on gender and class.
So, for example, my husband gets the same wage as a guy.
The difference between a male and a female is based in how much they earn in their job, which in this case is their income.
So there is a gap between the wage they are earning and how much their rent would be.
It isn’t about gender, it’s just that we are paid the same.
I can’t pay him anything less than what I was earning.
And that means that I have to work harder, which means that the amount of money I am going to have to make ends up being more than my husband, which makes me more stressed out and more stressed about not being able to pay him what he is getting paid.
There’s also a lot of other factors.
For example, I have two kids who have to attend school at a different time from me, so I can get to school at 6:00 a.m.
It takes a lot more money to pay for childcare and transport, and also for things like food and drinks, because I don’t have the money to do them myself.
I don-t have the savings that I used to.
So it’s not like I have a free hand to do whatever I want.
There have been times when I have had to go to my husband and ask him for money to take care of my kids.
He doesn’t want to do anything else.
I have even had to take a day off work because I’m on maternity leave, and that means my husband doesn’t have to do any childcare for the children, so they have to spend more time at home with the children.
I am really trying to get through this, but sometimes it’s hard.