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Be Safe

Be safe. Be safe. More common a parting phrase than so long, farewell, and twice as redundant. Goodbyes are bad enough as it is—the pressure of final words, the failure to register the reality of departure, the awkward hug-handshake-walk-wave-step-turn-car-door-car-window choreography and then in the final moments out it spills: Be safe! 718 more words

Hey Mister, break the Chain

I promised myself I would not get political or too opinionated when I started Love.Life.Istanbul. I wanted to keep it light-hearted and “fluffy” because there’s plenty of blogs out there of a more serious and intellectual nature. 985 more words





The Delhi Gang rape

On 16th December 2012, a young physiotherapy intern and her male friend  boarded a private bus in Delhi’s Munirka colony, a journey that would end in horribly tragic circumstances. 10,334 more words

Blueprint For Safe Delhi

Indian Woman Sues Uber in the U.S. Over Alleged New Delhi Taxi Rape

An Indian woman who says she was raped by an Uber driver while she was traveling in his cab in December is suing the San Francisco–based online firm in a U.S. 195 more words

Obama Stresses Religious Tolerance, Women's Safety in Final Speech in India

“We may have different histories and speak different languages,” said U.S. President Barack Obama at New Delhi’s Siri Fort Auditorium on Tuesday morning, “but when we look at each other, we see a reflection of ourselves.” 374 more words

Women's Self-Defense Instructor Shannon Mahoney on what a first instinct can really mean

Mahoney joined Matt to talk about all different ways to approach a dangerous or uncomfortable situation with another person. Mahoney explains several moves that are specific to women in response to an attack, and that she teaches at… 14 more words

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