Never Give Up On Your Dreams, Never Give Up, and most importantly, never give up on yourself. Remember to continue searching for answers and find different solutions. That is what "WE" should continue doing, no matter what. Okay, enough of the inspirational talk, let's talk about "All Things Sexual Health and Taboo" in this edition of In Case You Missed we explore diverse landscapes, hear about the worst sex advice you could give to a victim in need, and we learn that , sometimes you've got to ORGANIZE! This is.......In Case You Missed It
1. A mix of the worst #sexadvice and #victimblaming
Advice columnist tells raped teen: Be grateful he wore a condom, Teen Magazine, a Singaporean magazine is under fire after their advice columnist Dear Kelley, slut shamed and victim blamed alleged rape victim who was seeking their advice----- the columnist harshly commented that, the victim was to blame for "sneaking out and staying over a boys house" readers of the Magazine responded that the victim was seeking support and were disappointed in Teen Magazine's way of handling the situation.
2. Cuts and the Sexual Health Crisis
Rising demand for sexual health care amid reduced budgets and privatisation puts further strain on an under-resourced sector: The UK is facing a rising demand for sexual health and contraceptive care, but their budget or lack there of is leaving sexual health and education on the back burner. With rising STIs, teen pregnancy issues, closed clinics, and a demand for sexual health---the UK is having a Sexual Health Budget Crisis on top of governmental and privation issues.
3. Locker Rooms, Lewd Comments,and Soccer Players
Harvard Cancels Rest of Men’s Soccer Season Over Lewd Ratings of Female Players: Last month,Harvard announced that they would cancel the rest of the Men Soccer Teams season after it was discovered their team players where rating female players in sexually explicit forms.
“The decision to cancel a season is serious and consequential, and reflects Harvard’s view that both the team’s behavior and the failure to be forthcoming when initially questioned are completely unacceptable,” --Drew Faust, President
Changing The Landscapes and Breaking Stereotypes
Cracking the Political Ceiling in the Arab World
Nabila Mounib, an endocrinology professor, is Morocco's most high-profile female politician, and this election marks her debut on the national stage as a party leader. Mounib is a rarity in the Arab political world but with her, I can do, change, and be whatever I need to be, and her ability to be with and speak for her supporters as well as, the Moroccan people--she's changing the view of what it means to be a Woman in the Arab World and in Politics.
Have You Heard?!
#WEWILLMARCH #WOMENUNITE.........Million Women March
Million Women March On January 20, 2017--DC, to protest the inauguration of the President-Elect Donald J. Trump.
Check out Women In The World and The Million Women March FB Page for more details
That's all for this edition of In Case You Missed It...Until next time, stay beautiful,organize, educate, and make an Impact