Feminism isn’t the wish for women to be better than men. Feminism is the belief that a people should be respected regardless of gender.
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While the battle for #metoo rages on n will change forever, the rules of engagement, another one needs to be addressed urgently! Observing our cultural anthropology, as a society we will need to empower our women to be comfortable being sexual n wanting it as much as men do n I hope, we as men can digest this natural fact without labelling their needs as perverse or name calling or thinking they are available, else we will have another millennial problem at hand! Just saying!
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When a girl opens up about the trauma that she underwent, just listen to her. It takes a lot to speak up. And as we go on and on about it, because #India is such a place or rather become such a place. She’s straight up saving your home, your dignity, your girls future by speaking up for our entire community, and here you ask her questions of why and how which you shouldn’t be even thinking of asking in the first place. Such a disgrace. Please #growup and understand that creating a safe environment for each other to just exist IS a big deal. Please support your sister. And if you can’t, just shut your face. #timesup#menaremen#metoo#metoomovement@metoomvmt@metoo_in#india#shwetapandit#safetyforgirls#girlove#supporteachother
I’m not talking about sexual harassment or assault today, but I am talking about another use of these two words: “me too..” I noticed a lot of the time, when talking to patients; anytime they say something that we have in common, I make sure to say “oh me too.” It gives us something else to talk about and connect on. My hope is that it makes them feel more comfortable and willing to tell me things. I think it makes me seem less scary and more relatable. I want my patients to trust me, and tell me about their medications. At the same time, I’m listening for compliance issues and barriers to optimal medication management. In order to obtain that insider information I need to earn their trust, quickly and efficiently.
I noticed when you tell someone “me too”, it kind of brings down a wall. There’s so much we can all connect on in some way or another. As humans, we all have hopes, dreams, fears, and want to know we’re not alone. Being in the hospital is a very vulnerable position for most, and in healthcare the ability to empathize with our patients gives us more power to help them. This skill isn’t just useful in medicine, we could all benefit from the power to #connect. Pro tip: this can also help you make friends 😊
Sexual Healing Sister Circle
Sunday, October 28th, 3-5pm
Ceremonial Womb Steam
Sunday, October 28th, 6-9pm
$30 (pre-registration required)
Registar at TempleGaia.com
or search on Eventbrite
With the #MeToo Movement sweeping the globe and raising collective awareness about the widespread reality of sexual violence towards women (and many men and trans people too), safe spaces are needed now more than ever where we can share experiences, witness and hold space for others to share their stories, celebrate our connectivity, discuss prevalent issues and difficult topics around sexuality, and discover new ways to heal and shift these old patterns.
It’s particularly time for those who identify as women to come together, to support one another on our healing journeys, to take back our power and our sovereignty, and usher in a new paradigm. On Sunday, October 28th, just such a space will be created for women and femmes in Charlotte and the surrounding area.
Because Halloween is a time for honoring the dead, healing ancestral wounds, and setting intention while the veils are thin, this is the perfect opportunity to get witchy as we join with other sisters in healing ceremony.
This Event is organized in two parts, please see event details below:
From 3 to 5pm there will be a Sexual Healing Sister Circle for those with the desire to dive deep into these topics. This sharing circle will be free flow and co-creative, with space for all voices to be heard. This portion of the evening will be by-donation and open to all who identify as woman, female, or femme. .
After a short refreshment break, a Womb Steam ritual will be offered from 6 to 9pm for those who would like to delve deep into the healing process by engaging in this empowering self-care ritual. .
It’s been an exhausting two years. Watching American leadership consistently target the rights and safety of women, LGBTQ, and minorities in rhetoric and practice leaves me often feeling totally drained, powerless, and afraid.
There’s a lot I can’t control but something that makes me feel useful and powerful is using my time, talent and resources for good.
Help me make a difference by attending class on Tuesday October 30th, 7pm at @y7studio Lab.
Your $25 class fee goes straight to @exhale2inhale to sponsor a survivor of sexual assault or DV to attend a free trauma-informed yoga class.
Sexual and domestic violence are not just women’s issues - they are human, business, community and public health issues. When we support and empower survivors we help end the cycle of violence in our country.
Sign up via the link in my bio/ all are welcome/ DM me if you have questions💖
Started by Tarana Burke over twenty years ago, the #MeToo movement has dedicated itself to supporting survivors of sexual violence, especially survivors from marginalized communities, on their journey to healing. It's been over a year since the movement came into the purview of American media & politics and we want to know how it has influenced life on campus.
What does #MeToo look like at Davidson? Has it impacted our campus and if so, how? Whose voices have been left out on campus? How can we support survivors here? Is the movement today centering the same voices Tarana Burke set out to help over two decades ago? How do we hold each other accountable? How do we reconcile with our past behaviors?
Come join Lula Bell's and Rape Awareness Committee tonight at 7 to discuss these questions and more over free food.
Rape Allegations: Ronaldo Says “Lawyers Are Confident” When Asked About Allegations During Press Conference
Cristiano Ronaldo says his “lawyers are confident” and “the truth is always coming” as he answered questions at a Juventus news conference about a woman who has accused him of rape.
Kathryn Mayorga, 34, has alleged that the former Real Madrid player raped her at a Las Vegas hotel in 2009.
Ronaldo, 33, denies the allegations.
Speaking 24 hours before facing former club Manchester United, Ronaldo said: “I know I am an example, I know 100%, in the pitch and outside the pitch”. “I am always smiling, a happy man,” said Ronaldo in a surprise appearance at an Old Trafford news conference before Tuesday’s Champions League fixture. “I play in a fantastic club, have a fantastic family. I have four kids, I am healthy – I have everything, so the rest doesn’t interfere on me. “I am not going to lie on the situation. I am very happy. My lawyers are confident and of course I am too. “I enjoy football, my life. The rest, I have people who take care of my life and, of course, the truth is always coming in a first position, so I’m good.” German weekly news magazine Der Spiegel, which first published the story about the allegation, said Ms Mayorga filed a report with Las Vegas police shortly after the alleged incident.
Der Spiegel said that in 2010, she reportedly reached an out-of-court settlement with Ronaldo involving a $375,000 (£288,000) payment for agreeing never to go public with the allegations.
Her lawyers are now seeking to declare the non-disclosure agreement void.
Ronaldo’s lawyer has previously said his client
does not deny entering an agreement but that “the reasons that led him to do so are at least to be distorted”. He added: “This agreement is by no means a confession of guilt.” Las Vegas police have confirmed they investigated a complaint in June 2009, but added they had no suspect in the case. This month they said they had reopened the case.
Ms Mayorga was inspired to speak out by the #MeToo movement, her lawyer has said, and is suing Ronaldo in a lawsuit in the United States.
Ronaldo moved to