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  • juknowitSep 5, 2014 at 2:27 pm

    This sounds like a good workshop I’d be interested in doing. Even some things I’ve noticed about my relationship are emotionally abusive, but I’ve expressed my thoughts and feelings on that and worked with my boyfriend so that he doesnt make me feel that way. Now, Im all for the empowerment of women and the equality of sexes. I believe that men think that they can say/do hurtful or mean things because in our society men have all the power, make our laws, and make more money than women. Our society today contributes to rape culture, blaming the victim, and misogyny. Men are making decisions about our bodies, when we can abort babies, maternity leave without pay, what contraceptives are available to us and for hefty prices (without insurance). So i got a bit off topic there but this workshop seems like a good one for all young ladies to be involved in so they can identify when abuse is happening.

  • marielena0221Sep 5, 2014 at 2:15 pm

    I really liked his article, it remind me of the hard time I had 3 years ago. This article really helps many people that are passing through non healthy relationships. I was at this meeting and I remember that was a powerful speech and I wished I could have know about healthy relationships earlier, because I could have avoid many moments that I’ve through.

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