These women didn’t let an abuser take their destiny from them. Let them inspire you to unleash your inner-power and never give up on your future! via 6 Famous Women Who Were Sexually-Abused and Still Won at Life — Improve Your Life After Abuse
https://www.youtube.com/embed/pZwvrxVavnQ?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent Writing about the sexual exploitation of women should come from a woman, and so today’s blog comes from Roxanne. We also provide a video that educates men on the meaning of consent. Lastly, we include links to local organizations who work with women and girls who have suffered from sexual abuse. via The Shameful, Too … Continue reading The Shameful, Too Often Silent, Sexual Exploitation of Women — Retake Our Democracy via The Shameful, Too Often Silent, Sexual Exploitation of Women — Retake Our Democracy
Last night when he fell asleep in her arms, she kept looking at his charming face. She realized how lucky she was to have him in her life. She thought about her life, her life that was so miserable before he came into her life. How she was dealing with all the pain on her […] … Continue reading via Unconditional Love…? — Stories from my diary
This week we are going to talk about Christy Birmingham. She is a writer, poet and feminist. Her writing is inspiring and motivates every woman who is going thru difficult moments. I personally love her work, Christy explains how art/poetry helped her to deal with personal issues, depression, and abuse. She is the perfect example … Continue reading Inspire with Christy Birmingham
Domestic violence can include and is not limited to: *Physical violence: Hitting, kicking, biting, shoving, restraining, slapping, throwing objects, battery *Emotional abuse: Name calling and threats *Financial abuse: Preventing access to bank accounts, credit cards or other financial resources *Sexual abuse: Any forced sexual activity *Spiritual abuse: Keeping someone from going to a place of … Continue reading Domestic Violence – SEEK HELP!
Sewa is an organization that provides education for girls in Gujarati, India. These poems were written by Sewa's students. I Poem: Our Country In the ocean of these relations There's one relation that is unique, that which I love... Which I repeatedly recall day and night Where the sand of sand dunes of desert Fly … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: Poems from India
by Vaishnavi Sai Chutki the smartest Granny sang all the way Chutki the bravest Chutki the bravest Daddy was always right She kept dancing in her yellow skirt She played a lot, till the ribbons left her braid Chutki liked ice candy lemon,mango, orange, and rose He got her all four of them Uncle Joe, Uncle … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: Chutki the smartest
by treepokok I dress according to the weather, what's the matter? She hikes her skirt up a little short, what's on that little mind of yours nothing but dirty thoughts? Control yourself not her clothing. Avert your eyes, what are you thinking? She is wrapped in cloth from head to toe, oh now she's mysterious, and … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: Dress appropriately?
by poetrylover Push me down, but I know I will stand back up. Throw me into the fire, pour as much oil as you'd like. I'll rise on the other end, I'll rise stronger than I was before. You can try to hurt me, try as hard as you want. But you won't see, with every … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: Push, me down,
by ... A girl walking down the Earth, Struggling to be better than was. She has her own wishes and dreams That are pure and bright like a star. A girl who's got scars on her arms, She got through a difficult fight, This pain will remain in her heart Right 'till the end of … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: A girl walking down the Earth,
by Chirayuwriter Pic 1. (past memories) "caption " "Sadness wracked on her face When a voice whisper on her ear's the memories revealed again to the time when there was no one behind, The passage Is based on her somber life, When she was born, how her family left her alone in the cage house of the … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: The written Parchment is a pensive Message based on a (Woman life)
by Emma Beckenham In the distance A woman wearing confidence Like a pearl necklace Unafraid of her future And unaffected By the circumstances She finds herself in For you see She is me A few steps ahead And although I'm not there yet She is cheering me on And I can see her In the distance.