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International Women's Day is a struggle, not a celebration

 International Women's Day is a struggle, not a celebration





The article is on the tongue of a woman



In times to come, women must raise their voices against female oppression.
 
 Obviously, I didn't "grow up" as a positive. On the negative side, I grew up being told by society in general that women were no longer oppressed.
 In fact, many people say this every day to women on social media, in magazines, in pictures, in ads.
 
 For several times, I accepted the narrative that women's achievements in openness to equality, political or autonomy and bodily autonomy were blatant evidence of the overthrow of patriarchy.
But the evidence that it could be a plant contradicts this claim. The achievements of women around the world do not prove that women are no longer oppressed, but rather an account that women fight back.
 
 Around 2011, I was pregnant with what would be my surrogate baby. This pregnancy will end in a terrible confinement that shocked me.
I experienced childbirth violence, but didn't have a name for it at the time. Later, I got pregnant again, and when I shot it at some female jockey, they seemed to rush to tell me about the obstetric scenario my country, Brazil, was going through.
 
 That was my wake-up call. I come to Mama is an activist, who supports the cause of helping women give birth in a respectful way and saving women's lives during childbirth. I soon found out about feminism, too.
In 2016, a teenage girl was robbed by 33 men in Rio de Janeiro. She drew attention to the horrific case because the perpetrators stole the crime and posted it on Twitter.
 
 It took 800 police reports to remove the video from social media, two days after it was posted. Before that, a medical student in India had robbed and pecked six men, failing from injuries.
I'm already starting to ask more questions, but I still believe in the "isolated case" narrative - that the structural and institutional oppression of women and girls has gone no further.
 
 I was already intending to make a list of issues that were previously women's issues and I don't want to go back to them, such as the bottom list and the reprimanded bridle.
But, the more I dig, the more I will continue to change the problems that have been passed down to women and girls of our time. Issues that are under-reported in the media, fragmented from the "isolated cases" that we have been told about.
 
 
 I grow that, not only are there thousands of issues that are not duly addressed, but also that there are still many other issues that most women don't already know about, especially about female health.

 One of the reasons that usually surprises people is the fact that a woman may be unconscious in a healthy setting when medical scientists are asked to perform pelvic exams on her, without consent.
 
 I farm that half of women over the age of 50 may develop uterine fibroids. Little women are required to participate in drug trials because they menstruate.

 So many young Indian women are undergoing elective hysterectomies to be fit for work because they don't get menstrual pad breaks. or sterilized against her consent. Or having a procedure called "husband stitching" after childbirth, apparently in order to "stress" the birth canal.
 
 Mapping women's oppression through an exploration of news articles covering issues affecting women and girls has given me an unknown ability to understand the stark reality of the condition of women in patriarchal societies.

 Not only does the oppression of women continue into the 21st century, but women's oppression occurs everywhere in the world - even in developed countries.
 
 The conflict is real - and it is global. Some of these issues affect women and girls everywhere, such as child marriage, violence during childbirth, domestic violence and femicide.

 It may not be very accurate in places like Somalia, where 98 percent of its female population has undergone FGM.
 
 Not only has this practice been fully tackled and banned now in many African countries, but it has also increased dramatically after the start of the Covid-19 epidemic due to the profitable cap that followed.

 Families, floundering to feed their children, sell or give away their girls into child marriage, and before that, undergo FGM.
 
 Other issues have also worsened during Covid's enrollment procedures. In Poland, annulment rights have been completely abolished, and women are now dying in childbirth of a non-viable fetus.

 Many women in developed countries may not abandon their girls to be occasions to feed the rest of their children, but in general, in all countries, the women in the pool have been most affected by the separation.
 
 Childcare, small businesses, and women's services have closed during the lockdowns and many are now returning, leaving women economically dependent on governments or their male companions, and ineligible to escape the vengeful bones. Experimenters planted that manly domestic violence was the only crime that occurred


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