Women looking for slaves

Added: Edgar Loyd - Date: 01.09.2021 21:54 - Views: 44327 - Clicks: 1687

Sometimes I wish I could read minds. Sadly for me crowd-sourced information from sites like Google is as close as I will ever get to knowing what people are thinking about. Through Google I can learn what people might not ever dare to say out loud but what they believe and what informs their decisions around their family, work and community. The auto-completed search responses are shocking — they are unbelievable. On Monday I sat at my desk stunned and, in this job, I am not easily stunned.

Women looking for slaves

Every day, I hear stories of women who have experienced the most horrific violence in their homes, women who are escaping wars with their families and seeking a better life, women who live in abject poverty and women who are locked out of decision making related to their bodies, families and communities. Instead I found myself in a whole other world comprised of websites dedicated to helping men find sex slaves.

Women looking for slaves

Admittedly, they appear to have banned most of the commenters but they have not taken down their comments. However horrified we are, and the are horrifying, it is fantastic that UN Women and Ogilvy have shone a light into these dark corners of the internet.

They have reminded us how much more work is to be done in achieving gender equality.

Women looking for slaves

These images should be shared with friends, family and colleagues. Put the posters in your workplace and start a discussion with your friends.

Women looking for slaves

The only way we are ever going to achieve gender equality is once we stop denying that we have a problem. This campaign shows us that views concerning what women cannot or should not do are widespread enough to be the most frequently searched terms in the world. If I ever needed reminding of the important work that UN Women does in breaking down gender stereotypes and empowering women, then this ad campaign was it.

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