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Laila Mickelwait Aug 21
Women don’t “choose” prostitution—prostitution chooses them. The sex industry preys on the most vulnerable and marginalized in society and exploits those vulnerabilities to make a profit.
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Debbie Kilroy Aug 21
Strip searches are sexual assaults by the State - must be abolished as 1,000s of strips searches are perpetrated against women in prison yearly Women who have been sexually assaulted as children
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Laila Mickelwait Aug 15
👇👇This is the way sex buyers treat and view women in prostitution—as objects to abuse. You can also see here a good example of the blatant, pervasive, nauseating racism prevalent throughout the sex industry.
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Hot Girl Abolitionist Aug 20
Grassroots shit requires $$ if you support efforts, please consider donating over the next couple of weeks!
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Lil Tender Trp Aug 22
Oh, so the city trying to mass MASS incarcerate the folxs. here, anywhere.
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Grouci Aug 17
of in That's enough !!! When are we finally going to abolish this right to brutally slaughter bulls in the name of a sacrosanct taurine tradition ... abolition des corridas en France - Sign
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IDOCWatch Aug 21
Urgent Phone Zap! Hunger Strike at Wabash Valley CF Secure Housing Unit more info here:
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Anand Raunak Aug 20
After having searched all the fact and read count-less article ,I can certainly say about of art 370 was right and in favour of our kashmiries brother and sister .without any doubt,would have been better had it been done constituetionaly.
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Rift Valley Museum of Photography 7h
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Exodus Cry Aug 22
“Compassion disrupts exploitation. It allows us to see the deeper truth behind the glamorous cover narrative of the sex industry—that it is actually populated with the most marginalized and defenseless people in the world.”
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Amnesty Vancouver 2h
UDHR, Art.4: No one shall be held in slavery or servitude; slavery and the slave trade shall be prohibited in all their forms.
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Creating Rights 9h
Today we commemorate the Intl Day for the Remembrance of the & its . Art has the power of making restitution for the past, promote intercultural dialogue & ensuring that nothing comparable ever takes place again.
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edwin mayorga Aug 20
Edwin, Swarthmore College, is central to our collective liberation
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Organized Communities Aug 22
In solidarity, in NYC the city trying to build 3-6 mental health jails, 4 borough based jails + 1-2 jails for women.
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bhagava 🚩🚩🚩 Aug 19
She is pawn of pakistan in india. I think she wants to become pm of kashmir and then it happened 370. 😂😂 Motabhai ne sarpanch banane k layak nhi chora.😂😂😂😂😂
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Timothy Karera 19h
A new poll shows what really interests 'pro-lifers': controlling
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LifeAndLibertyOH Aug 22
Repeat after me 👏AHA is not an organization. 👏Anyone saying otherwise is trying to misrepresent the movement. If you have heard a celebrity disparaging “AHA”, they are lying. Retweet!
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Ehrich [BYOB] 14h
Morning Friday, August 23, is Intl Day for the Remembrance of the Trade & its . Power to the people, support like & . with , 🌈
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Laila Mickelwait Aug 14
Being human comes with a set of rights and the assignment of what we call human dignity. Human rights and human dignity are antithetical to women being treated as objects—bodies to be bought, sold, and used for the narcissistic sexual gratification of men.
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Edwin van Drecht 12h
From , Ghana to, Dutch, Guyana , day. 2 original prints, Emina 1816, Benoit, 1839, selling C.EvD. @rijksmsuseum
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