Female genital mutilation is an international public health crisis.
Over 30 years ago, my sister and I had just come from school when we found villagers in our homestead celebrating. On enquiry, my mother said that my sister and I were to undergo the emuratare-circumcision-ritual that would make us women.
When the Amazon tribe found a baby boy, they thought it would ruin their all-women island community. The plan was to destroy the boy. Yet, Dessa could not do it and destroyed herself instead. She gave the boy to Diana aka Wonder Woman. Is this right?
One in four women suffer from the effects of trauma. As women, there are many indicators of trauma. Here, we give you 10 signs to recognize trauma in your life. The most common trauma for women is sexual assault or child sexual abuse.
1 in 3 women will experience a sexual assault in their lifetime.
As sisters, we can combine healing women and social entrepreneurship in India and in other places, too. The business of Sudara began when founder Shannon Keith took a trip to India. When she saw women and girls being sexually and economically exploited, she decided to do something about it.
Shannon’s business model takes women off of the streets and out of brothels to gainful employment,
Victims of sexual assault on college campuses are speaking out. Stranger danger is real. However, many women are assaulted by someone they know and trust. Sexual assaults on campuses are way too common. You are at risk on any campus: high school, boarding school, prep school, military, etc. Don’t be a victim!
The Sisterhood Empowerment Academy (SEA) is being built in St. John, USVI. Inspired by Mother Nature, the SEA is Sisterhood Agenda’s ocean front, eco-friendly headquarters and refuge for healing. Visit the SEA website: seausvi.com for more information.
Be a part of the SEA! Sisterhood Agenda is currently accepting tax-deductible donations for the SEA:
The SEA is located near beautiful Frank Bay Beach in Cruz Bay.