16 DAYS OF HOPE

By Nana Akosua Hanson Imagine this: You are walking through a busy street and everybody keeps grabbing at your body parts. You speak up, but you are shut down. You have no right to open your mouth, they say. They grab you some more. Your body is in pain, so you are in pain. It […]

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Double Standards: Sexism In The Workforce

Often people assume that the remarkable feats women have achieved is a sign that the patriarchy and its system of misogyny has been erased. But this is a common misconception.   This is a belief mainly held by middle to upper class men who may fail to see how oppressive the workforce system is to […]

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Survivors Anonymous Report (September)

Here is a report from the September Edition of Survivor’s Anonymous, a monthly gathering of victims/survivors of sexua abuse, organised by Let’s Talk Consent; A Drama Queens’ Project. Survivors Anonymous Report – September

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Survivors Anonymous Report (July)

Here is a report from the July Edition of Survivor’s Anonymous, a monthly gathering of victims/survivors of sexua abuse, organised by Let’s Talk Consent; A Drama Queens’ Project. Survivors Anonymous Report – July  

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Survivors Anonymous Report (June)

Here is a report from the June Edition of Survivor’s Anonymous, a monthly gathering of victims/survivors of sexua abuse, organised by Let’s Talk Consent; A Drama Queens’ Project. Survivors Anonymous Report – June

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WHEN YOU WANNA BE A DRAMA QUEEN!

FRIDA THE YOUNG FEMINIST FUND @FRIDAFUND Today, we want to share the story of a young feminist group in Ghana that believes in “centering Herstories in a world that seeks to erase them”. Drama Queens uses theatre as a means of restoring gender equity and balance to encourage rich conversations around women’s lives and roles in society. By showcasing […]

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Of heathens & cravens pt 1

You asked us not to look, but expected us to see clearly.We swung from the trees, and you laughed.Yet laughter was not enough.You made sure we would kneel when we prayed, using the words of a foreign tongue,To a Lord whose name and legacy was more foreign,And stranger still.You told us, in no uncertain termsThat […]

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