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THE STORY

Every girl and every woman – everywhere – should be free from oppression, coercion and harm. Her rights should be respected, and she should be able to access the full range of life-saving and life-affirming information and health care that she needs – when she needs it, without stigma or discrimination of any kind. This is not about one thing, it’s about lots of things. It's also about every girl and every woman in Singapore who comes from the diverse lifestyles or livelihood of women who use drugs, undocumented migrant and local sex workers, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Intersex (LBTI), women living who with HIV/AIDs, Migrant Domestic Women, (young) Single Mother or Women who incarcerated for drug offences and women who are suffering from post traumatic stress disorder.


It seems simple enough, right? That every girl and every woman should have the right to decide what happens with her body – everywhere. Without fear, without judgement and without question. Because when she decides, she and the world are better, stronger, safer.


As friends of SheDecides, we want to create a New Normal: a world where it is beyond question that women and girls decide for themselves about their bodies and what they do with them. Part of this means creating a shared understanding and raising awareness about the obstacles girls and women face every day. The more we talk about this vision, the more we are able to change minds and perspectives. The more we change minds, the more it becomes beyond question that, of course, every girl and every woman, everywhere, can decide what happens to her body. Creating a world where every girl and every woman everywhere is free to decide shouldn’t be considered radical – it should be normal. However, the challenges we face before we get to that point are real and complex. And if we don’t start conversations about the issues, we won’t get anywhere.

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Gender inequality doesn’t make sense on any level. Promoting gender equality can reduce extreme poverty and hunger and boost shared prosperity for girls and boys, women and men, around the world.

#SheDecide2Voices for the same gender equality and legal law protection just like the other domestic violence women of Singapore. EarnSGRight2GenderEquality