When #karabomokoena showed this to the police they did nothing about it, now she's dead. What does it take for a nation to start speaking up and fighting for its people? A dead body? How many people have to die until you realize that there's women out there, that need our help, that need us to speak up and be their shield. All I ask is that we fight for all the women that have been raped, abused, killed, lured into being sex slaves and harassed in all kinds of ways. All the women that have experienced these issues (which some of them are dead) were innocent, they did nothing to deserve such cruelty, so please, if you couldn't help them then, now is your time for you to stand up and fight for them because they need your help. Speak up and don't be afraid or ashamed to fight for your nation.What will our nation be in 10 years if we don't fight now? We need to speak up and fight for our nation because no one else will. Let us make every woman in our nation feel safe, protected and not afraid to walk on the streets because some guy might pull up and kidnap them, LET US FIGHT FOR OUR WOMEN, OUR SISTERS, OUR MOTHERS, OUR DAUGHTERS, OUR GRANDMAS, and OUR NATION!!!!!!!!! -Nompumelelo Majoro. #stopkillingoursisters#respectwomen#womenarenotyourproperty#stopabusingwomen#Africa#Speakup#Fightforyounation#violenceisnottheanswer#stopabuse#notorape#stoprape
Once a friend asked me, ” What does a child abuser look like?”
“I wish I had an easy answer to that question,” I said. “Unfortunately, to understand what a child abuser might look like, we each just need to look in the mirror. Child abusers can look like everybody else, so we can’t judge just by appearance.”
Most child molesters act like charming, kind people who are great with kids most of the time. They come from all walks of life and are often in positions of trust and power with kids. READ MORE: https://www.kidpower.org/blog/what-does-child-abuser-look-like/ #abuseprevention#sexualabuse#childprotection#childabuseprevention#stopabuse#stopchildabuse#protectourkids
"Left for dead raped in the street"
This song is so much! So so much. The day I heard it, is the day I fell in love with Kendrick. Listening to it this morning and it triggered my thoughts on the current outrage and attention on the trauma faced by women in South Africa. *
So my woman crush goes out to all of us, all of us that are survivors of gender based violence. May we tell our stories openly and honestly. May our voices touch those that are afraid. May we never be silenced. May we live to lead by example, to those that have not summoned the courage to take the next step. May our voices unite loudly against pain.
When you're still tortured by the pain your abusive ex @Avatar_pyro caused you but he just gets to continue preying on young girls as if nothing happened and as if there isn't a list of girls he's abused. That kills me every day. Like even when you leave an abusive relationship like it doesn't end there. His abuse doesn't end there, he searches for new victims. My heart doesn't heal there, I still have horrible flashbacks and I'm scared to be with anyone else. I just don't see the bright side in this. There's more abusive men like him living perfectly fine. It's fucking disgusting. Thank you @Avatar_pyro for the trauma, 'cause I know a man child doesn't have anything better to do. And if you want to try to defend his abusive behavior towards women, be my guest, I will respond. ABUSERS MAY PRETEND TO BE CHARMING AT FIRST, that is how they often gain victims. As I got to know him better I found it odd how his social media personality differed from the real him, in fact he had many fake sides to him. I'm just fucking broken by this world and the cruelty. Like the fact that people like this exist and the fact that I almost killed myself several times after the crap he put me through. There are women who actually DO end their lives. There are women who are KILLED by their abusers. Like this stuff is so serious and people just "mind their own business". And I'll vent as much as I want to because victims of abuse do have voices.
Today was not a good day. My daughter @biaskarbek who has severe fibromyalgia and post concussion syndrome went to a new neurologist today. Her pain is widespread and she can barely move her neck. The neurologist had some sort of superiority complex and as you can see on the bottom photo, he LOST IT and choked her out during exam. I truly have no words...... this man is supposed to be a physician! She was physically assaulted, the police detectives were called, she spent ten hours in the ER. For those of you that know Bia, she's the sweetest, most loving, caring, genuine animal lover in the world! She is so saddened and traumatized. I love her so much, please keep her in your thoughts 🙏🏻💜💫
On Thursday, May 18, 2017 Kingston Frazier 6-year-old was SHOT and KILLED in Jackson, Mississippi. If was just after 1 a.m. on Thursday when Archie's Kingston mother had left her Toyota Camry running and door apparently unlocked. She was buying medicine while Kingston stayed in the car. In just a few hours, Kingston was scheduled to graduate from kindergarten. Instead he was driven away by carjacker. After nine hours, police found his mother's stolen vehicle abandoned on a dead-end road. Kingston was in the back seat, FATALLY SHOT IN THE HEAD. Security footage from the Jackson Kroger showed two men in a two-door Honda Civic pull up beside Archie's parked Toyota Camry shortly after she enter the store. The passenger jumped out of the Civic and into the Camry then Both vehicles sped off. Authorities offered conflicting timetables of the early hours of their investigation. Police said that Archie left her son in the car at about 1:15 a.m. But at a news conference the Country Sheriff said a deputy stationed at the Kroger saw Archie exit the store at about 2:30 a.m. She approached the deputy and said her car was missing, but did not initially report that her son was inside the car. What began as a auto-theft investigation became a kidnapping case, and at 4:30 a.m. the Mississippi Department of Public Safety issues an Amber Alert. By Thursday night, THREE SUSPECTS WERE IN CUSTODY at the Madison Country Jail. A 17-year-old Dwan Wakefield, 19-year-old Bryon McBride and 17-year-old D'Allen Washington all are being held with out bail. David Archie said "Even if was mad at the world, "There is nothing out there worth taking a 6-year-old's life." Anyone with more information please call Madison Country Sheriff's Office at (402) 454-2110 HIS LIFE MATTER! #imagine No Colors will continue to pray for the families involved. #prayforthefamilies#stopsin#stopabuse#stopgangs#imaginenocolors#stopracism#abc7eyewitness#Mississippi#jacksonmississippi#justice#rip#ripkingston#hislifematters#angels#wherewastheprotesters#saveourchildren#senseless#worldwide#justice#Godweneedyou#dontshoot#STOPTHEVIOLENCE and join the movement, Thank you for your support.
All abuse is about power and control. Most abusers have lost control somewhere in their lives and they have to lord control of their victims. This quote comes from James Fortune, a two time grammy nominated singer from Houston, TX. How right is this though? Abusers overcompensate for what they don't have. If they don't have that promotion or best car they will lord their power over you. It's funny how a famous, singer- songwriter, who sings for the glory of God could come home and abuse his wife and son.
He has since been rehabilitated but has shared his insight about abuse. He had to be the man and be in control. If words are not enough, abuse takes precedence. "Anger is a secondary response to a primary emotion. We feel hurt or betrayed and we respond in anger. But the real issue is power and control. I had a big problem: I had to be in control. When you’re not in control, you become anxious. You respond sometimes in a rage and you’re on edge. My controlling behavior was the real root of my problem." --James Fortune
At long last human thought has progressed enough to consider combining these two forces; women and justice and if this combination is allowed to flourish, only one outcome is possible - success in the realization of global peace.
We are still working on the safe house. We are still actively viewing homes to house women safely in. There is a lot of work involved in looking for a home that will be approved by the government for grants, it will also need to have certain safety codes and measures implemented. If you can, donate financially or with time and resources so we can get this completely for women who need to be housed.
Domestic violence and abuse is real; it is not a story, it is not an act of love or discipline, it is the bruises on Domestic violence and abuse is real; it is not a story, it is not an act of love or discipline, it is the bruises on your neighbour’s face who told you she fell down or hit the door.
Domestic violence affects not just the victim but indirectly all those who witness the violence; children, family, relatives and witnesses to the physical abuse and violence. It predisposes the children to trauma and other psychological problems throughout their lives and worryingly, they may learn to become future or victims abusers later on in life and hence the way the cycle continues. Domestic violence happens all around us and it is time to break the cycle, it is time to speak out.
[Proyek Akhir Kelas Pengantar Studi Perdamaian 2017]
Oleh Immanuel Borotoding "Sebuah Karya Tulis Yang Didedikasikan Untuk Para Penerus Bangsa"
Proyek akhir kelas ini terangkat dari adanya keprihatinan terhadap para penerus bangsa. Dimana anak sebagai penerus bangsa telah menjadi korban kekejaman dunia. Hal ini menyebabkan terjadinya perubahan karakter serta pola pikir dari sang anak. Dalam proyek ini juga tersirat pesan untuk para 'pembunuh karakter anak' yang sampai saat ini masih melakukan aktivitasnya diluar sana.
Woman and child abuse casts a shadow the length of a lifetime 🖐🏽 The EssBee Foundation is taking a stand this Saturday, 27th May, as we will be co-hosting a #StopAbuse , peaceful, a-political march in Cape Town. We send out a sincere invite to all, on behalf of The EssBee Foundation, and hope you join our march to help raise awareness on this issue which affects many lives everyday 💛
Our founder, @shenaibridglall, will be on @kfmza at 12:30pm tomorrow to share more information on the event. Please tune in on 94.5fm or @dstvza channel 880 to find out more. We hope to see you on Saturday 👭👬👫
I know i haven't posted in forever, but i simply couldn't let this pass it's bullshit how people are nowadays. They see the most cruel things as "fun", and i hate it overall. I will try to post more since school is over soon. #stopabuse
Dear everyone seeing this post (please read it till in the end, pretty please), You might remember me posting (multiple times) about a survey for residents of Chennai asking about traveling in public transportation. 1800 people responded in total and I thank each and every one of you who participated. I am very happy and proud to share a few results from the survey through these illustrations. We will be working with the MTC ( Transportation Department) very soon and working on some changes.
I am very very very very thankful to Mounica Tata, Mother of @doodleodrama for partnering with us. From being a fan of her page, now I am a fan of her as a person <3. She donated her time (and creativity) for this campaign in between her busy schedule and with so much humility and dedication. More than anything, she was one of the few people who completely believed in us and this initiative. M, you are an inspiration and we hope to work with you on many more campaigns!
This is just a beginning, we are looking to partner with (literally anyone interested in Women's Safety in Chennai).. but to be specific- share auto unions, Ola/Uber representatives, media, journalists, bloggers, corporates or brands wanting to sponsor, schools and colleges who want to create women-friendly campuses, short-film makers, artists. We are open to knowledge/data sharing as long as it is used for intended purposes.
Please send me a message or email firstname.lastname@example.org, if you would like more information or if you would like to collaborate. The scope is large so please please please reach out if you have any questions.
Thanks to everyone who read till the end! Please do spread the word :)
Our poor Eliza.
Our throwaway abuse case Momma has struggled with illness in boarding. Needing to be a only dog is always a tough and lengthy process for the right home. We as a rescue truly try to use boarding as a very temporary thing.
With that said we have decided at one of our volunteers homes to create Elizas Cottage. As close to home environment as possible. Elizas cottage will have ac, heat, sofa, bed, tv etc. All the comforts of as close to a home possible.
Volunteers will all have access to take Eliza on walks, outings and overnights. All for the wellbeing of our girl we will never give up on.
All work is being done by volunteers and if anyone would like to donate to material it would be so appreciated.
When Eliza is adopted this cottage will allow our rescue to have a wonderful place for emergency intakes, severe medical and pregnant moms.
We are so fortunate to have this plan.
Any amount will save Eliza and so many more to come in WNY.