In Latin America “Me Too” Does Not Always Mean the thing that is same

In Latin America “Me Too” Does Not Always Mean the thing that is same

This short article is part of a few tales and christian mingle op-eds launched by IPS regarding the occasion for this year’s Overseas Women’s on March 8 day.

A lady and a child hold two posters, certainly one of which reads: “If you like me, usually do not harm me personally, never rape me personally, try not to kill me, love me”, during one of many demonstrations in Buenos Aires underneath the motto “Ni una Menos” (not just one woman less), held since 2015 against sex physical violence. Credit: Fabiana Frayssinet / IPS

BUENOS AIRES, Mar 5 2018 (IPS) – From the Argentine motto “Ni una menos” (not just one woman less)” to Colombia’s “Now just isn’t the time for you to stay silent”, activism against sex physical violence is continuing to grow in Latin America since 2015, with promotions which have social and social distinctions through the “MeToo” motion that emerged later on, in 2017, in the usa. Continue reading “In Latin America “Me Too” Does Not Always Mean the thing that is same”