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Of Contraception, Of Religion, Of Common Sense

Worshipping Common Sense … Read More»

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Ain't I a Woman? - Why are sex workers left out of the violence against women framework in human rights?

“I killed so many women I have a hard time keeping them straight … My plan was I wanted to kill as many women I thought were prostitutes as I possibly could … I picked prostitutes as my victims becaus … Read More»

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ha ha ha man and their egos

my fight has begun. today at my workplace i have not encountered peace after airing my support for the kenyan advert which was banned -the one which encourages women to carry condoms. … Read More»

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A Peaceful Somalia, between a dream and a reality!!!!!

My country has been in the failed state list for the over two decades. … Read More»

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The Curse of my curves part one

Been a young African Woman can be daunting The hurdles are too many and the mountains too steep. I face many challenges ; … Read More»

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Online Certificate Course on Gender-based Violence Training

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who cares anyway

when i came to world pulse i was skeptical, who has time to listen to other people's stories? would people read them and comment? would i make a difference or inspire someone continents away? … Read More»

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International Arms Trade Treaty essential for world peoples ─ UN tries again

Civilian populations trapped in armed violence in settings of crime and conflict, in conditions of poverty, deprivation, extreme inequality suffer most in a world of unregulated arms ─ ATT essential … Read More»

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