Okay so I realized I posted a tribute to woman’s history in my blog yesterday but it is no longer Woman’s History month because it’s April!!! That doesn’t mean that a woman’s lows, and the brink of our success can’t be visited often after we reach the platform of accomplishment. We will gain fortitude and respect the more we cherish and understand the nature of our importance at any state and bring light to the inequalities that we face as a sex.
We are very familiar with sex trade and human trafficking, if not there are links to other resourceful pages in this post. Raising awareness of the movement that is saving women who have been and still are victims is a wonderful way to give each other strength and support.
On another level I want to commemorate the women who are speaking out about their experiences because it inspires others to do the same. Speaking on behalf of women we appreciate your willingness and courage to share what many can’t. You are giving something that was once taken from you regardless of any trauma that you have been through without fear.
I would also like to say that one of my followers Stella Marr inspired this post because I read her story. I want to ask that she continues to reach out because the details of her life will be eye-catching for those who haven’t came to that point of readiness. She is also one of the founders of a private online meeting place for survivors of prostitution and sex trafficking called survivors connect.
Please take time out to visit her page. Thanks for reading!!!!
Visit these sites for more info on human trafficking, sex trade:
The Northern Star,
Not For Sale
The Politics of Trafficking
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Hey everybody it’s me again!!!! I wanted to grace you with some facts about women’s health in honor of womens history month sooooo here you are!!!!
- Women have a better sense of smell than men (ha ha)
- Women are less likely to be color blind then men!!!
- The largest cell in the human body is the female egg and the smallest is the male sperm.
- Women have about four times as many foot problems as men; lifelong patterns of wearing high heels often are the culprit
- Women have about four times as many foot problems as men; lifelong patterns of wearing high heels often are the culprit.
- Smoking while pregnant increases the chances of spontaneous abortions (miscarriages) stillbirths and premature labor.
- Ladies Smokers get ten times more wrinkles than non-smokers.
- For all the sex addicts it’s actually nothing wrong with a couple quickies a day, sex can make a woman look younger and more attractive due to the release of estrogen and collagen.!!!
It’s great being a woman!!! this information was courtesy of http://www.funfactz.com/health-facts/ follow this blog at the bottom of the page or at the top and me on twitter @https://twitter.com/#!/PinkTea_LUV0008 !!!!
Often times fads are equated with staying current on the latest fashion trends which is fine! Yet just as clothing fads are important in our lives, we need to be aware of troublesome fads with our finances, health, relationships, cultures and communities in attempt to stop them before they become progressive trends and impact us. This blog will be an outlet for others to voice their opinions about these trends as they rise, fall or come to an end.
Remember in the words of Co Co Chanel:
“Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street,Fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.”
We hope to take a fashionable approach to solve our problems and that we can inspire you to do the same!!! Welcome!!