How can we guarantee safety for girls and women who’ve often been made to feel unsafe and vulnerable by the system itself?
In my years of training in mental health, I learned that what needs to be diagnosed is society, not the individual.
The government has to prioritise the safety and well-being of women as much as they are mulling over saving lives and protecting the economy.
If people say she is calculated, then I reckon her calculations are increasingly accurate.
More than 1,200 sex workers are stranded at G.B. road with no source of income, insufficient food and zero scope for physical distancing.
All I have with me now is a lot of deep-rooted anger at the entire system and the world. And a pepper spray in my bag at all times.
You’re still a bisexual fledgling who has to fight her heteronormative upbringing every day, but that’s okay.