Them too~

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The amazing speech of Oprah Winfrey at the Golden Globe awards is still resonating in me today with its powerful and poignant attention to the issues that women of the world face today and how it’s more than ever time for a radical change. She caused me to think of all the stories I have heard throughout my life growing up in Lebanon and feeling fury at the roles women and girls were forced to adopt. In some places in the Middle East women can be legally killed if there is any “suspicion” of adulterous behavior. Dead before proven innocence is the way to go.

I am thrilled for the amazing women in the entertainment industry and their #metoo campaigns, but who is fighting for the rights of the forgotten women in places like India, Africa and the Middle East among many others. It’s #themtoo.

I took this image last April in the slums of Delhi where girls hide behind doors and windows and hesitate to shine in the glory they were born into.

Day 8 of 365

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3 comments

  1. Thank you Mimo, you have my entire attention, I can’t agree more with you.

  2. Agreed. It is first and foremost #themtoo. I actually think the #metoo-campain is taking the focus away from those who needs it the most, even if most probably have good intention.

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