Me and every women is naturally priviledged with free detox every month which we call menstruation.
Puberty has been in the middle of the controversy that is going around temple entry, gender equality, etc. On one hand, many sanitary napkin advertisements encourage women to ‘touch the pickle’ and continue pursuing their interests like sports and dance, but on the other hand our traditions and some taboos restrict these… Continue
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Erin Bernhardt, Gabe Black, Amanda Cole, Ainslee Crum, Carrie Boren Headington, Robin Kang, Melissa Jane Kronfeld and film producer Mary Beth Minnis Invite you to the Exclusive New York City Premiere of UNFORGIVABLE at the Museum of Modern Art. UNFORGIVABLE is the story of Alice and Emmanuel, two people who were on opposing sides during the Rwandan genocide in 1994. The film reveals what happens when the person who nearly destroyed your life confronts you and asks for your forgiveness. Please join us for an intimate screening of the award winning documentary short in the Time Warner Theatre at the MoMA followed by a private reception at Benoit ~ 60 W 55th St, NY, NY 10019. *Please enter The Museum of Modern Art Education and Research Building entrance at 4 West 54 Street (near 5th Ave). Upon entering there, proceed from the lobby to the second floor via either the stairs which are visible, or the elevator, and then proceed to the right, to the Time Warner Screening Room. Someone will be stationed in the lobby to help guide you as you arrive. =================================================== Dear VOICES OF WOMEN WORLDWIDE MEMBERS IN NEW YORK ... To mark the UN World day Against Trafficking in Persons, I have the pleasure in inviting you to the launch of our recent publication entitled Inherent Dignity on 25 July from 10-11:30am on the 2nd floor of the Church Center of the United Nations. This publication serves as an advocacy guidebook to preventing trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation and to realizing the human rights of women and girls throughout their lives Our guide was born from extensive research which exposed how most survivors of human trafficking experience cumulative disadvantage and marginalization over their lifetime caused by multiple human rights violations. Parallel to this, there are many existing international human rights mechanisms available to address areas of vulnerability and assert rights. This guide aims to challenge the current discourse on human trafficking which more than often describes trafficking as a single isolated event. Violations of human rights often occur prior to the experience of trafficking and render women and girls more vulnerable to exploitation; therefore, it is imperative that states take responsibility for ensuring the realization of human rights over the life course. The guide focuses on how the existing international human rights framework can be applied to prevention of human trafficking and how key to any preventative response is listening to the experiences of formerly trafficked women. Together, we are calling on our members worldwide to engage this issue at the local level while at the international level we continue to highlight the interconnectedness between prevention of human trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation over the life course through human rights mechanisms in UN spaces. We would greatly welcome your presence at the launch of the guide. Please find invitation including an RSVP link attached. https://goo.gl/forms/Kt2dh7VT7kcrinKa2 Sincerely, Angela Reed ================================================ =====I WAS HUMAN TRAFFICKED FOR 10 YEARS. WE CAN DO MORE TO STOP IT| Barbara Amaya | TEDxMidAtlantic
Barbara Amaya ran away at the age of 12 after being abused by family members. She was taken in on the streets of Washington, DC by a couple who seemed nice, but ended up selling her into human trafficking. She was used for months and then sold to a man named Moses who took her to New York and continued to traffic her for many years. Now Barbara fights for other victims of human trafficking and to change policies that treat victims as criminals. Barbara is an anti-trafficking advocate, speaker, trainer, author and survivor leader in the movement to end modern-day slavery and human trafficking. She is Senior Technical Adviser, Policy, Programs and After Care Services at SeraphimGlobal, and has been actively raising awareness of the sexual exploitation of children and domestic sex trafficking since 2012. ======================================= Sex trafficking isn't what you think it is | Meghan Sobel | TEDxMileHighWomen “When I first started studying sex trafficking in 2008, I thought it mean girls were kidnapped and chained to beds,” explains Professor Meghan Sobel. Soon she realized that was the Hollywood version - not the reality. In order to combat sex trafficking effectively, we must first understand what it is.
Meghan is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication at Regis University, where she teaches classes on international communication, public relations, and human rights. Meghan's research focuses on the role of mass media in combating human rights abuses and humanitarian crises. She is also a certified cake decorator. ================================================ Pedophilia Is A Natural Sexual Orientation | Mirjam Heine | TEDxUniversityofWürzburg
Puberty Taboos : Segment 2 #personaldiaries"Me and every women is naturally priviledged with free detox every month which we call menstruation. "Puberty has been in the middle of the controversy that is going around temple entry, gender equality,…Continue