Young 1ove - It's time to talk about HIV/AIDS

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When I was six years old, my mother died of HIV but I was never told what happened to her. Even today, talking about safe sex and HIV in my country, Botswana, remains taboo. As a young female activist at university, I was desperate to change the way young people view, and talk about, HIV/AIDS. During one of my courses, I read a research paper about a class on “sugar daddies” in Kenya that had reduced teenage pregnancy by 28%! This resonated with me as it shows that openly discussing issues a...


ETRE MUSULMAN(E) ET FEMINISTE?

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J’ai grandi dans une famille aux couleurs et horizons mixtes, à la fois chrétiens et musulmans. Ma mère est musulmane. Elle ne m’a jamais parlé de féminisme. Mais je réalise que l’éducation qu’elle m’a donnée s’est articulée autour de deux points fondamentaux : d’abord, elle s’est astreinte à toujours me faire jouir de la capacité de choisir. Ensuite, jamais elle ne m’a fait ressentir qu’il y aurait des rêves, des objectifs inaccessibles en raison...


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