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Anna MM Vetticad Apr 4
Journey of Utkarsh Arora, Hate-Monger and Coward: Day 1: Threaten a woman with . Day 2: When your employer finds out, claim that your account was hacked. Day 3: Disappear from Twitter. Sorry you had to deal with this.
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Chinmayi Sripaada Apr 4
Just heard a story from a girl who was sexually assaulted by the tenant in their house. She told her parents. Guess what the parents did? Nothing. Said man continues to be a tenant because people shouldn’t come to know lest it spoils her chances of getting married.
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Uzmi Athar Apr 4
Using red dot signal, women report domestic violence during lockdown. My report:
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NCW Apr 4
Victims of Domestic Abuse have Code Signal to Communicate. Are you looking? The allows you to identify victims - HELP victims of abuse amid 📞 1️⃣8️⃣1️⃣
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#MeTooIndia Apr 4
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#MeTooIndia Apr 4
The is working on an urgent advisory to be sent to Government of India regarding women migrant workers stranded in other states in the wake of and facing challenges. If you have any input to share on this, kindly mail palakjain.ncw@gov.in
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Anahita Mukherji Apr 3
Around the world, domestic violence has spiked due to lockdowns during . Immigrants find it particularly hard to seek help. I write for on how South Asian domestic violence survivors in Silicon Valley grapple with the
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#MeTooIndia Apr 3
Replying to @Hidden_Pockets
Any time. ❤️
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Pooja Priyamvada Apr 3
A4 Rules don't change much 1. CONSENT 2. EQUALITY 3. No ORGASM GAP
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#MeTooIndia Apr 3
This is wonderful and extremely crucial. Thank you for this.
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Athira Apr 3
Think more about pleasure than sex. Explore each others body.
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Hidden-Pockets Apr 3
Repeat slowly after us. Contraception is joint responsibility.
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#MeTooIndia Apr 3
As far as I know there isn't a dedicated menstrual health phone line. There was talks of one a few years ago. If there is, let us know, will be happy to update.
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Jasmine Apr 3
I guess has been helpful. Some of the govt services have been active as well.
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Hidden-Pockets Apr 3
With added POCSO law limitations, no young person is gonna come up and talk about this to anyone.
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#MeTooIndia Apr 3
First, share household chores and carework — main causes of fatigue. Second, involve your partner in personal reproductive and sexual care, update them about pills you take and why. Lastly, contraception is a joint responsibility, just as pleasure is a joint experience.
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#MeTooIndia Apr 3
Replying to @IndiaMeToo
Have a major role to play in positioning of the safe sex message. Empowering ASHA workers, deploying mobile van clinics, incentivizing pharmacies for delivery and involvement of the women in the police in door to door emergencies.
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#MeTooIndia Apr 3
Marie Stopes International has warned that up to 9.5 million women and girls in UK could miss out on vital family planning services this year because of Covid-19. In India this will be a major problem since most of India is off the connectivity grid as well. Public broadcasters+
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Pooja Priyamvada Apr 3
of course it is, movement is restricted, access to contraception/abortion is too
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Pooja Priyamvada Apr 3
A2 Pharmacies should treat pregnancy tests, condoms and emergency as well as routine contraception as essential products
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