Mavis Matladi - says it is more dangerous to be a woman than a soldier.
Over the years, there have been great discussions about women representation at different levels – globally, regionally and locally.
This poem was written by me a couple of years ago. As I was driving down a back road between Gladwin and Mt. Pleasant, Michigan (USA), I'd come upon a farm auction.
A few years ago there was a march against violence in Barbados and about 20 persons showed up.
Am still not recovered from a heart breaking story in our local media of an 18-month old baby girl who has been defiled over and over by her own father with full knowledge of her mother.
As a Muslim woman and mother, I have noticed the following points as violence against women. • Preclusion of young girls from continuation of their education.
Iam a single mother of two.I became a mother immediately after school and therefore i had no source of income,it was not easy for me.I was sent away from home and i had to stay with a relative,all thi
I had a conversation the other day with Lisa Shannon, independent business owner turned activist for the cause of war-effected Congolese women. She was in Washington, D.C.
I am sick and tired of women talking shit and berating other women. I always hear the oh so common taunts of "slut" whore" "cunt" or my favorites "fat" and "ugly.