Archive for 2014
By mujerwebmaster on October 10, 2014In interviews, Dr. Angelou used the term “prostitute” to refer to her previous employment without rancor or shame. She spoke candidly to her family about it. She told her mother, brother, and son she would redact the information from the book, but only if they were uncomfortable with it. She had no issue whatsoever with speaking her truth.
By mujerwebmaster on March 26, 2014Hannah Bowman Wallace writes about La Linea, sex workers, and the work of MuJER for Women News Network. About our approach to sex worker empowerment, she writes: “Instead, MuJER seems to be approaching this issue from an obvious yet refreshing perspective. By starting from the individual, it is trying to provide the space for these women to change the way […]
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