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Part 2: The sexual exploitation of adolescent girls in the Kanungu District, Uganda: barriers to the implementation of the “Sugar Daddy Awareness” lessons

Issues in the Country

The Republic of Uganda is a landlocked country in East Africa and today, is one of the poorest nations in the world. 940 more words

Stop Calling Black Girls Fast

The belief that children should be nurtured and protected doesn’t always extend to all children.  A report published  by the Georgetown Law Center on Poverty and Inequality showed that adults were more likely to assume that black girls were older, more independent, more responsible for their offenses, and more knowledgeable about sex — basically, more adult-like — than white girls of the same age.  188 more words

Spring Lodge Days

As we have just started our third Lodge, I thought it might be interesting to those of you who have a passion for empowering women and girls to get a little info on what we do. 470 more words

Journey Into Womanhood

FREE Tech Workshop!

Shalom Family!

     Do you have a daughter or young girl that may be interested in learning coding? The Microsoft story in SouthPark Mall will be hosting a FREE workshop on coding for girls ages 11-18. 137 more words

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Women from Around the World

Some portraits of women from around the world.

Woman selling spices in small shop in Bundi, India.
Bali woman and son coming from the temple after having their food blessed.

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Collections From Around The World

SevenSuperGirls Are The Role Models You Never Had As A Child But Wish You Did

If you haven’t heard about SevenSuperGirls yet, you’re missing out on a new generation of YouTubers. Their channel has over 8 million followers with hundreds of videos. 648 more words

Entertainment

Do You Know Yourself? Lies Within The Answers We Give

When I was a little girl I would sit in our basement on Saturday nights and listen to Chicago house music in 107.5 WGCI.  I would hear the DJ’s say things like “go, go, go!” and “party over here ain’t nothing over there!”  The on-air personalities were what we now call “extra” when during the late 80s and early 90s they were simply getting the crowd moving.  1,094 more words

Female Support