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  1. arunaandmay Says:

    A man says none of this acceptable. A man says sadness is not women’s destiny. A man says women are as precious as the Earth. A man says women have the power to change this. Do not wait for men.

    I was told by a gypsy women that in several centuries of observation, a good man has never raped anyone. Maybe if girls were told this in school it would prevent at least. some rapes or murders.

    Many sexually abused girls become sex workers. Why is this not made public, and what would happen if it did?

    Eleanor Roosevelt created an all women project which rescued the Jews from Nazi extermination camp Sorbibor – why are girls not taught this?

    The Cherokee say a lesbian partnership mirrors the Earth and Moon. This is important for all girls, who all feel the rhythm of the tides.

    An angry man believes women are systematically disrespected.

    Is there anywhere to post female murder stories that are not domestic violence crimes? I have several, including my lover and our daughter.

    Women can change the world…

    Salaam Sophia, Aruna

  2. opt4 Says:

    It amazes me the large toll this horrible epidemic of domestic violence takes. We are trying to prevent this one student at a time. Thank you for your blog and know that we are working to end this so that one day you will run out of peopel to put on your blog.


  3. wildninja Says:

    Thanks so much for bringing awareness to this critical issue. Along with it being DV Awareness Month, survivor and advocate Susan Murphy Milano’s book Holding My Hand Through Hell just came out, http://imaginepublicity.com/2012/10/01/holding-my-hand-through-hell-virtual-book-tour/. I’m recommending it to just about any advocate I run into along with the site anyone affected by domestic violence should know about, http://documenttheabuse.com/. If you don’t have the Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit (EAA) tool yet in your country, you must. It is a fantastic tool for documenting abuse and helping victims.

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