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Mar
18
2020
Mar 18, 2020
Unfortunately 'Social Distancing' is what the abuser too wants to impose.
COVID-19 is unfortunately a threat that fits the abusive partner's arsenal very well for imposing even more stringent 'social distancing': away from children, family, friends.
Mar
08
2020
Mar 08, 2020
Petition made to add disclaimers in films that showcase domestic violence
If disclaimers can be shown on-screen regarding cigarettes and alcohol, why can't a warning be displayed on scenes of domestic violence?
Feb
18
2020
Feb 18, 2020
“It wasn’t my fault; not where I was, not how I dressed” Follow the anthem of protest as it travels across the globe.
'A rapist in your way' anthem goes viral, in protest against unceasing rape and femicide.
Jan
18
2020
Jan 18, 2020
Elder care: the catch-22 situation for women in their prime time
Women in their late 40s are conflicted by the demands of caring for aged parents or pursue their careers to prepare for their own senior years.
Dec
16
2019
Dec 16, 2019
"THE ACID IS THERE IN OUR MINDS" Laxmi Aggarwal, acid attack survivor
"We are not survivors but fighters" is the refrain among most acid attack survivors. Behind that tortured face is a person with desires, dreams and capabilities.
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