Posts Tagged "child sexual abuse"

Men Are Rising To Stop Violence

Men Are Rising To Stop Violence

Congolese Men Launch A Feminist Group Two dozen men in the Democratic Republic of Congo have launched a group to fight for women’s rights in the region, which has been called the worst place in the world to be a woman. “Women’s rights don’t just affect feminist movements,” the members of V-Men Congo said in a statement announcing the group’s formation. “The stakes...

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Rise Feb. 14th With One Billion Others

Rise Feb. 14th With One Billion Others

WATCH THE FILM ABOUT THE FILM ONE BILLION RISING [9 minutes, 10 seconds] is directed by Eve Ensler and Tony Stroebel, with activists in 207 countries, and is produced by Eve and V-Day. SHARE The One Billion Rising short film is the perfect tool to gain momentum and galvanize your communities to RISE, RELEASE and DANCE on 14 February! SHARE your thoughts about the film, take photos at your...

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Sexual Abuse is NEWS

Sexual Abuse is NEWS

Media Watch is concerned that the current “he said, she said” discussion going on between a parental figure and a daughter is seen as unworthy of news coverage. We believe that it will take men and women working together to bring about an end to rape and child sexual abuse. Sexual violence is a choice, mostly men make. We need more courageous survivors speaking out. . . not less....

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‘Pretty Woman’ Vs. The Real World Of Prostitution

‘Pretty Woman’ Vs. The Real World Of Prostitution

By PHILLIP MARTIN Most charges brought against men who have been arrested in Massachusetts for soliciting prostituted women are dropped, according to findings by the New England Center for Investigative Reporting. Two years after the state signed into law an anti-human trafficking statute that classifies many prostitutes as victims, they continue to be arrested and prosecuted in larger numbers...

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I call. You’re stone. One day you’ll look and find I’m gone.

I call. You’re stone. One day you’ll look and find I’m gone.

Poetry Magazine’s Landays: Poetry of Afghan Women http://bit.ly/12raltn I call. You’re stone. One day you’ll look and find I’m gone. The teenage poet who uttered this folk poem called herself Rahila Muska. She lived in Helmand, a Taliban stronghold and one of the most restive of Afghanistan’s thirty-four provinces since the U.S. invasion began on October 7, 2001. Muska, like many...

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