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May 12, 2022

State of Our World. Violence Against Women - Physical and Emotional Abuse. Why Didn't We Believe?

State of Our World. Violence Against Women - Physical and Emotional Abuse. Why Didn't We Believe?

Don't Miss. 9PM SINGAPORE TIME 9AM USA EST. RIGHT HERE. State of Our World With Colette Lori Gallagher šŸŒTopic:Violence Against Women - Physical & Mental, Why Didn't We Believe? #METOO #TORMENT #SUBORDINATION #TRUST Background: When METOO movement started in late 2018, women came out in droves to reveal painful past. Women came out , because they started to realise they were not the only ones and that in a group they felt safe and people would believe in them more and the strength they needed to confront the memories, history and perpetrators. 2021, American Young female gymnasts who came out in Congress to reveal the sexual and grooming by their doctors when they were pre- teens. Now, with Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, it raised again issues. And the internet set ablaze with accusations and unbelief in Amber Heard even before the Trial is over. Questions: 1.Talk about your own situation as a victim 2.Was there unbelieve by your family 3.Was it difficult to face the situation then, and the history 4.What are you initial thoughts when this Depp vs Heard Trial came out in public, with all the accusations on both fronts. 5.Did it bring back memories 6.Why do you think the internet is ablaze with unbelief in Heard. Is there an element of "don't trust that Woman" mindset. 7. There's a lot of embarrassment and Humiliation in reliving this, especially making it public. What's your stand 8.Where do you feel this public confrontation /Trial should go from now, for Women in general. Eg. Should this even be in public eye?? What does it do to women victims in the future? Conclusion. Share your final thoughts --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vikiesther/support