Authors: CATW International, Translated to Spanish by CATW-LAC
Nuevas Voces Hablan sobre la Demanda A más de una década de su decisión de legalizar la industria de la prostitución, Alemania es ahora conocida como la capital mundial de la industria del sexo de paga. Aquello que empezó como un pequeño experimento para regular las dolorosas condiciones par alas mujeres en prostitución, ahora... Read More...
Authors: CATW International
Imagine your 24-year old daughter leaving home for the gym one morning, an ordinary act on an ordinary day. Only that day, she does not come back home. Despite your frantic attempts at finding her, an entire year passes. You receive a call that the man you believe was involved in the disappearance of your daughter was arrested and is in f... Read More...
Authors: Adrianna Mejia
She wakes up at 6am to a text from a young woman needing her help. She sends her staff to assist at the police station, but she needs to be there to comfort her. This is a day in Jean’s life. “We have a healing conversation before we send her to the child counselor. Then, I have to talk to the mother. We also have to give her support and help ad... Read More...
Autumn Burris, Founder/Director of Survivors for Solutions, Writes to Amnesty International about Decriminalization/Legalization of ProstitutionAuthors: Autumn Burris
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Authors: The Guardian, Jaha Dukureh
I am a survivor of female genital mutilation, or FGM. I was mutilated when I was a week old, to supposedly preserve my honor by ensuring my chastity until marriage. When I was eight, my sister bled to death after being mutilated in the same manner and all that we were told was, "It was her time to go." I immigrated to the United States when I was... Read More...
Authors: Taina Bien-Aimé, The Huffington Post
A daughter of the First Nation Ojibwe, Bridget Perrier was born in Long Lake #58 in Northern Ontario. Given up by parents unable to care for her, Bridget was placed in a welcoming home with five other children. In that house, a family friend raped Bridget. Her behavior subsequently became so disruptive that a social worker counseled her foster fami... Read More...
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