By Dr. Jacqueline I am so profoundly grateful that traumatic scars are not visible from the outside. Had they been, I would have lived my life looking like Cher’s son in “Mask.” Instead, I was beaten and emotionally abused entirely because of my gender. I was raped and impregnated entirely … Continue Reading Off To A Bad Start: Being Born A Female
by Kristina Ten years is a long time to let someone have power over your heart, mind, body and soul. It is an adequate amount of time to rummage through memories of what is and even mourn the losses of what could have been. It is a long time to … Continue Reading A Spiritual Decathlon Through Self Awareness
by Vanessa Daniela Being embarrassed, ashamed and afraid are some of the feelings that a lot of us keep to ourselves especially after eyewitness or suffer from domestic violence. October is the Domestic Violence Awareness month, and the statistics show that a lot of women still experience traumatic situations in … Continue Reading Face The Fear of Being Judged: Speak Out About Domestic Violence
by Tavish Human Trafficking has come the forefront of advocacy groups in the past ten years. It has been a “hot topic” in the media, especially trafficking of children. We all have heard about it, seen ways to raise money, or articles stating that it is happening right where we … Continue Reading What Do You Know About the Trafficking of Children?
We Are All The Same Project is a multimedia project and a movement that brings awareness to Domestic Violence, Human Trafficking, and promotes Women Empowerment and Gender Equality. Motivated women and girls can change lives. We believe that together we will be able to make a better World. Retracting part of my … Continue Reading About The Project
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