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“Rape problem” on Campus Campaign

UltraViolet, an NGO fighting for women rights, has launched “Rape problem” on campus  campaign. It is a response to multiple cases of sexual assaults that happen on campuses across the United States. It is a call to spread awareness about … Continue reading

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Anime: Fighting Russian Occupation of Crimea

Two stories. Two pictures. The anime way of fighting for social change. This one is about Crimea, a Ukrainian territory annexed by Russian Federation with the help of the referendum, the legitimacy of which is questionable. Referendum which is not … Continue reading

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Different faces. Different circumstances. Backpage.

The reasons why women post personal ads on the escorts section of Backpage, an online website for classifieds, differ. Some offer their services, because they are behind on some bills, others write that they enjoy bringing pleasures. Some post photos taken … Continue reading

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“A force more powerful” vs. India’s rape epidemic

After multiple accounts of sexual attacks on women-students, women-tourists, women-professionals in India, the country welcomes an advertising campaign for women’s rights. Condemning domestic violence, “Abused Goddesses” promote awareness about the situation surrounding women’s rights in India. In light of recent multiple … Continue reading

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Как много их. Не состоявшихся невест.

Злосчастные красавицы.Рядом с землянами. Славянские Венеры.Средь волков. Мученицы.Сероглазые. Не в силах снять своих оков. Как много их.Покинувших любимыхБезропотно несут Страданий крест. Не видя светаи уже не ожидая принца верногоИзбитые судьбой. Как много их.Не состоявшихся невест.

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