Are we the people we make believe we are? Are we pretending to be something we are not? We like people's post on Facebook and these people we might not know. We follow people on Instagram who use filters and change their look for greater followers. My question is who are we really?
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My heart isn't whole and it never will be. I'm broken and I can't be fixed. Broken open and left alone. Abel Prasad
Let us take time today to pray for the people who suffer, the people who think that they are not enough. It's a deep dark world we live in, we are no longer innocent. Blood is on all our hands no matter what. We need to standup and speak up for people who can't. We … Continue reading Let us take time today
In India, a rape occurs at least every 20 minutes, according to data from the National Crime Records Bureau. Some 19,000 attacks on minors were reported in 2016, but vast numbers are never brought to police attention.
Facing a constant threat of rape and harassment, the women of New Delhi fight back By Swati Gupta, CNN New Delhi (CNN)The women, dressed in colorful saris, giggle as they arrange themselves into rows. It's Friday morning in a small apartment in southern Delhi, where about 45 women ranging in age from 28 to 50 … Continue reading They live in fear of rape now the stand their ground – Abel Prasad
‘Part of me died that day’: Woman at centre of Australia’s controversial rape acquittal THE woman whose rape case sparked national debate about the issue of consent reveals what happened that night and how it changed her life. THE woman at the centre of a controversial Sydney rape case which prompted a national debate on … Continue reading Rape Acquittal
I recently stumbled upon a website called Ladies of Australia. The owner of the blog shared an amazing article about sexual empowerment and I wanted to share it with you.
I can't stand people who have no respect for women. Today I wanted to share with you some inspiring women that have changed the world.