Post in evidenza

"Little Barbies" Sex Trafficking of Young Girls in America

Children are being “ targeted and sold for sex  in America every day".  John Ryan, National Center for Missing & Expl...

domenica 30 ottobre 2016

Mass Rape

Rape must be treated as an illegal weapon of war in the same way as chemical weapons, the campaigning gynaecologist Denis Mukwege said Wednesday.
The specialist reconstructive surgeon, who has treated 45,000 victims of sexual violence in the strife-torn Democratic Republic of Congo, said a tougher line had to be taken against this "cheap and efficient" form of terror.
Mukwege, who has been nominated three times for the Nobel Peace Prize for his work with gang rape victims from the conflicts that have ravaged his homeland, said the world cannot remain indifferent to the suffering.
"We have been able to draw a red line against chemical weapons, biological weapons and nuclear arms," he told AFP.
"Today we must also draw a red line against rape as a weapon of war," said the 61-year-old known as "Doctor Miracle" for his surgical skill in treating the terrible damage done to many women.
In his newly published autobiography, "Plea for Life", Mukwege recounts the "depths of horror" he encountered in conflict-riven South Kivu province that led him to found the Panzi hospital near Bukavu.
He came across the first horrific case in 1999, the same year he treated a woman whose rapists had inserted a gun into her genitals and then fired.
He treated 45 similar cases before the year was out, all victims of the two decades of mayhem in the region where whole villages of women had sometimes been raped in one night.
- 'War on women' -
"In conflict zones battles take place on women's bodies. When war is declared, when there is no law, no religion, it is the women and children who suffer," said the son of a Pentecostalist pastor.
Since his unit opened, Mukwege -- the subject of an acclaimed documentary last year, "The Man Who Mends Women" -- said it has treated 45,000 women and children.
But in his book, he accused the Congolese government of President Joseph Kabila of being indifferent to the horror.
"The victims get a life sentence while the perpetrators" roam free, he said, demanding a "an international tribunal for the Congo to try all these unpunished crimes."
While his work brought him the Sakharov Prize for human rights in 2014, it has also won him enemies at home.
He lives under constant protection from UN peacekeepers and "sleeps very little", having survived a number of attempts on his life, including one in October 2012 when his guard was killed.
At the beginning, his Panzi hospital treated around 10 women a day, he said, but with "the drop in the number of conflict zones, that has fallen. This year we see between six and seven (new cases a day)."
- Child victims -
However, what worries Mukwege is the rising number of young girls of five and younger that he is now treating.
"They are not just coming from conflict zones but from places considered to be more peaceful," he said, adding that rape is "spreading like a cancer" in society.
"This is a consequence of the general indifference" to sexual violence, he said.
"If we pull together and draw a red line," he argued, it could help put a brake on mass rape being used in conflicts, pointing to the systematic molestation of women in Syrian prisons and "Yazidi women in Iraq being sold like bread rolls" by their Islamic State captors.
Despite being included among the "100 most influential people" in the world by Time magazine, Mukwege insisted that he has no intention of ever going into politics.
"This is not a combat for power. It is a battle for liberty and for justice," he declared.
Once they are "free and have a justice system which works", the Congolese people will have "peace which will lead to durable development," the doctor added.
"That will help restore their lost dignity -- starting with the women who have been humiliated."

'Dr Miracle' calls for tougher line against mass rape 26th October 2016

Just as targeted rape was as much a tool of the Rwandan genocide as the machete, an estimated 3000 Iraqi Yazidis under ISIL’s captivity are currently facing acts of genocide and targeted sexual violence, including sexual slavery.
Given Rwanda’s experience with sexual violence during the Rwandan genocide, Iraq’s permanent mission to the UN has signed a joint communique, an official statement establishing a relationship, with Rwanda’s permanent mission to the UN.
The joint effort will be aimed at sharing action plans to rehabilitate women victims and reintegrate them into their communities.
Rwanda was the first country where rape was recognised as a weapon of genocide by an international court. This court case was the subject of a documentary, The Uncondemned, which recently premiered at the UN.
The documentary is centred around the case of Jean Paul Akayesu, the mayor of Taba in Rwanda between April 1993 and June 1994, who was brought before the International Criminal Tribunal of Rwanda (ICTR).
Akayesu was found guilty of nine counts of genocide and crimes against humanity, including the landmark conviction of rape as an act of genocide, in 1998.

Child Rape In Congo 
   21 giugno 2016


One rape every minute in Congo May 13, 2011

How military mass rape was buried in Congo OCTOBER 7, 2015

Dozens of Rohingya Muslim women in Myanmar’s Rakhine state say government forces have committed acts of rape or sexual assault against them.
Eight Rohingya women, all from the remote U Shey Kya village, described in detail how soldiers last week raped them at gun point, while raiding their homes and looting property, according to Reuters news agency on Friday.
Myanmar deployed troops to Rakhine earlier this month following alleged attacks on police posts along the border with Bangladesh, which authorities blamed on Rohingya Muslims.
One 40-year-old woman said four soldiers raped her and assaulted her 15-year-old daughter, while stealing jewelry and cash from the family.
“They took me inside the house. They tore my clothes and they took my headscarf off…,” she said.
Another woman, 32, described being knocked off her feet by soldiers and repeatedly raped. “They told me, ‘We will kill you. We will not allow you to live in this country,’” she said.
The women said the soldiers took gold, money and anything that was valuable from their bamboo huts and burned down village homes and spoiled rice stores by pouring sand on them.
One 30-year-old woman said she did not have clothes or food to eat after everything was destroyed. "I’m feeling ashamed and scared,” Reuters quoted the unnamed woman as saying. 
Five more women from U Shey Kya also detailed how soldiers had raped them. The accounts were confirmed by at least three male residents of the village and a Rohingya community leader.
U Shey Kya village’s official administrator, Armah Harkim, said he was verifying the accounts which most residents believed to be true. The residents said about 150 soldiers attacked U Shey Kya on October 19.
A presidential spokesman accused the villagers of fabricating the news while confirming that government troops had conducted a sweep of the village on October 19.
Most male residents have reportedly left the village as they believed they would be suspected as militants. The women said they stayed behind fearing that the military would burn down empty homes.
Residents said the soldiers dismantled the fences around the houses after the military declared northern Rakhine State an “operation zone.”
The UN has called on Myanmar to investigate new reports of human rights violations, including the killing of unarmed people and torching of rural settlements in Rakhine state.
Rights groups say troops have gone on a rampage, which has forced terrified civilians to flee their homes.
Rakhine, where Rohingya Muslims form the majority population, has been the scene of communal violence at the hands of Buddhist extremists since 2012.
Hundreds of people have been killed, while tens of thousands have been forced to flee their homes and live in squalid camps in dire situations in Myanmar and other countries in Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia.
According to the UN, Rohingyas are one of the most persecuted minorities in the world. The government denies full citizenship to Rohingya population, branding them illegal immigrants from Bangladesh, even as many trace their lineage in Myanmar back generations.
Margaret Dongo has written on the rape of female combatants during the struggle. Debate goes on as to whether Mujuru was raped and why she is silent.

Does it surprise us then that the culture of rape is just embedded in our societies? The history of Zimbabwe is now marred by sexual violence on women and girlsSexual violence has become pervasive in all sections of our societies. This is evidenced in social media that sustains the fact that: in Zimbabwe,  every 90 minutes, a baby, a toddler, a child a girl, a young woman, a mother a grandmother is sexually mutilated, assaulted, experience sexual violence. It is therefore undeniable that rape is now the culture, the epidemic of rapes. You need to trace the origins of it; you will find that it came with the liberation struggle, from those liberation movements that purport to have liberated us.

When it comes to sexual abuse of women all the liberation movements are found wanting, are answerable to abuse and rape. So many young women died in cross fire because they have been abducted from their homes, some even forced to leave their homes, and going to the liberation war was in most cases not voluntary but were forced to go with the freedom fighters to neighbouring countries sorely as sex mules on their way to the designated freedom camps.

Is that not the irony of history? When the young girls were used and abused, were rotated, exchanged from one freedom fighter to the next, they are now then termed not only loose girls but criminals as they caused deaths of war commanders and freedom fighters. I know some girls who came to the struggle as virgins; they lost their v*rginity in most barbaric forms of abuse on girls. Most girls were abducted from schools under the pretext they wanted to go to war and fight for their freedom. So many women died of abortions, after the rape ordeal, some got pregnant, tried to abort using those non-clinical methods, died due to uncontrolled bleeding and infections. All these stories must be told without fear of retribution.

Persistence of rape in our societies has even attributed to misconceptions about abuse and rape of young girls, rape can cure HIV/AIDS! This HIV/AIDS cure culture of rape has desensitized men, they lack respect for women and growing girls and toddlers

To women, Zimbabwe is indeed becoming one of the most dangerous places in the Sub-Sahara. Alone going to the fields to work, or travelling long distances to get food, water, fuel can be a very dangerous exercise, that is where girls get raped in most cases. In Zimbabwe rape is still used as a form of torture, just yesterday an article was on social media regarding Pastor Evan Mawarire; was threatened that his wife will be raped and his children abducted! That is a “democratic Zimbabwe” for you.

In Zimbabwe, most men rape: members of parliament, police, pastors, fathers, brothers, cousins, uncles, guardians, soldier’s rape women and young girls. Just yesterday we read in the social media: some Prophet Walter Magaya was arrested and arraigned before the court over rape allegations. The next day: Women’s Affairs, Gender and Community Development Minister Nyasha Chikwinya was part of the congregation that cheered Prophet Magaya as he walked in that auditorium. For once I am speechless! This is Zanu PF Minister for Women’s Affairs who shows not sensitivity towards what is happening to women in her portfolio!

During the struggle for the liberation of Zimbabwe, there was absence of law against violence on women and young girls in war zones. When some freedom fighters entered the country and they saw girls and young women, they automatically felt it was their right and they could be violated and raped. At the front, there was absolute lawlessness taking place in most villages. They would order the villagers to cook for them, ordered to slaughter the last goat or chickens.

Not all freedom fighters raped sure. After meals they selected the young women they found good for them, mostly young ones were preferred. “THEY WANTED IT, THEY NEEDED IT, THEY HAD IT THEIR WAY” Otherwise it was all-night pungwes resulting in alarming Smith’s soldiers that came and randomly bombed the civilian villages mostly, as the freedom fighters will have sneaked away leaving the villagers vulnerable to military abuse by the Rhodesian soldiers. These are stories that should be told about the freedom war in Zimbabwe.

Because rape is closely related to conflicts, all kinds of rape were committed in pre- independence era: punitive, rape, status rape, exchange rape, involuntary abduction of individuals as sex slaves. Under normal circumstances some war commanders are supposed to face crime against humanity meted on women and girls during the struggle. Immediately after independence there was genocide rape of barbaric proportions in Mathebelelands and Midlands. Most women got pregnant leaving children who do not have birth certificates to this day. Some women never want to come forward and admit that they were indeed raped during the Gugurahundi atrocities.

It’s high time; however, we women came up with our stories of abuse in these liberation movements. Abuse and rape of women during the bush war has been kept under the carpet for too long and nobody dares to say the truth about what really transpired for fear of being labelled unpatriotic.  It’s not patriotism to sexually abuse women dear comrades. The question is why were women recruited and by abducting them in these liberation movements. These military men wanted women in their midst to serve them as sex slaves. Let all those painful stories be told so that our future generation know that freedom through the barrel of the gun has some serious social consequences, can affect the most vulnerable niches; women and children.

Independence of Zimbabwe overshadowed serious issues relating to the abuse of women during the struggle. Women too are scared to come forward and tell it how they were abused by the people who purported to liberate them. This violence against women and girls and children today is wholly the product of our past liberation conflict, the struggle to liberate Zimbabwe: women and girls paid the absolute price.

Women please come forward and tell it all, only then can this country heal. The coming dispensation has a big task of demilitarising the minds of comrades, sensitize and respect towards women, girls, toddlers, and babies. Sex with a virgin is not a cure for HIV/AIDS.

Horror of Rape: Magaya, Muchinguri, Mujuru 23rd August 2016 Nomazulu Thata

Una guerra dimenticata si continua a combattere in Sud Sudan. A luglio nella capitale Giuba si è scatenata un’ondata di violenza senza precedenti e oggi Amnesty International ha reso noto un suo nuovo rapporto sulla situazione nel quale l’organizzazione accusa le forze governative sud-sudanesi di deliberate uccisioni di civili, stupri di donne e ragazze e saccheggi.

”Le truppe governative hanno ucciso uomini del gruppo etnico nuer, stuprato donne e ragazze e condotto una massiccia campagna di saccheggi”, ha detto Joanne Mariner, alta consulente per la risposta alle crisi di Amnesty International. ”Questi attacchi costituiscono un’ulteriore prova di quanto sia urgente imporre un embargo sulle armi dirette al Sud Sudan e istituire meccanismi efficaci per monitorarne il rispetto. Gli stati non dovrebbero fare affari con armi che vengono usate per uccidere i civili”, ha aggiunto.

Amnesty International ha reso noto il suo rapporto alla vigilia di una missione in Sud Sudan del Consiglio per la pace e la sicurezza dell’Unione africana (Aupsc), in programma dal 28 al 30 ottobre. L’organizzazione per i diritti umani ha chiesto che l’Auspc si occupi delle violenze di luglio e agisca per assicurare l’istituzione di un tribunale ibrido indipendente in grado di indagare e punire questi ed altri crimini.

Il rapporto di Amnesty International, intitolato Non credevamo che saremmo sopravvissuti: uccisioni, stupri e saccheggi a Giuba”, e basato su una serie di ricerche condotte sul campo a luglio, agosto e settembre, mette in luce i crimini di diritto internazionale – uccisioni, attacchi indiscriminati, stupri e saccheggi di massacommessi dalle forze governative e la sconcertante e inadeguata risposta delle Nazioni Unite.
Joy Kamisa, sei anni, è stata uccisa da un razzo tirato da un elicottero che ha centrato l’abitazione della nonna nel quartiere di Gudele.
Nyamuch, due anni e mezzo, è morto a seguito delle ferite causate da una scheggia penetratale nel cranio. Questa bambina, insieme ad alcuni suoi fratelli e sorelle, viveva in una casa dichiarata protetta, attigua alla base Onu nel quartiere di Jebel, quando è stata colpita da un ordigno esplosivo.
Biel Gat Kuoth, 26 anni, è stato raggiunto da un proiettile mentre si trovava nel giardino della casa del nonno. Il colpo gli ha rotto una tibia, la ferita è diventata infetta e l’uomo è morto alcuni giorni dopo.
Lili è morta all’interno della sua abitazione nel quartiere di Gudele, rasa deliberatamente al suolo da un carrarmato governativo.
Il rapporto di Amnesty International denuncia anche violazioni dei diritti umani commesse dall’opposizione armata dell’Esercito popolare del Sudan in opposizione (Spla-io), i cui uomini in diverse occasioni tra il 10 e l’11 luglio hanno fatto irruzione nelle case dichiarate protette dall’Onu presso la base di Jebel. Non è chiaro se il loro obiettivo fosse quello di nascondersi dagli attacchi o impedire operazioni militari: in questi casi, si sarebbero resi responsabili dell’uso di scudi umani, ossia di un crimine di guerra. A prescindere dall’intenzione, afferma il rapporto, queste azioni hanno messo in pericolo la vita di migliaia di civili.
I combattimenti a Juba sono iniziati l’8 luglio con una sparatoria tra le truppe leali al presidente Salva Kiir e gli uomini armati alleati al primo vicepresidente Riek Machar. Di lì a poco, le truppe governative hanno iniziato a dare la caccia a chi ritenessero di etnia e posizione politica diversa. John Gatluak Manguet Nhial, un giornalista 32enne riconoscibile dai segni sul volto come nuer, è stato ucciso da un soldato durante un raid all’interno dell’hotel Terrain mentre altri soldati gridavano ”è un nuer, è un nuer”.
Una 24enne di etnia dinka, il cui marito nuer risulta scomparso da luglio, ha raccontato ad Amnesty International che le truppe governative sono entrate nella loro abitazione portando via il marito e il cognato. Quando ha provato a spiegare che i due uomini lavoravano per il governo, si è sentita rispondere che anche se fosse stato vero, erano comunque dei nuer e ”i nuer sono ribelli”. I soldati hanno anche dato la caccia alle donne nuer per stuprarle: non solo per far loro del male ma anche per punire e umiliare i loro mariti.

Le ricerche di Amnesty International hanno messo in evidenza la risposta, definita ”sconcertante e inadeguata”, delle forze di peacekeeping delle Nazioni Unite, che non hanno saputo proteggere i civili dalle uccisioni e dagli stupri.

Secondo il rapporto le truppe Onu non sono intervenute neanche durante l’attacco all’hotel Terrain, distante solo un chilometro dalla loro base, nel corso del quale diverse donne sono state sottoposte a stupro di gruppo. Nel corso dei combattimenti, le forze di peacekeeping dell’Onu hanno persino abbandonato le loro posizioni a difesa di uno dei siti protetti, lasciando gli abitanti privi di difese.
Le forze Onu, afferma Amnesty International,  hanno messo i civili a rischio sia con le loro azioni che con la mancanza di azioni. In un caso, hanno lanciato gas lacrimogeni contro una folla terrorizzata di nuer, di fronte alla base di Jebel. ”Le forze Onu sono venute meno alla loro missione di proteggere i civili, stando a guardare mentre venivano uccisi e stuprati”,  ha accusato Mariner.
”Queste uccisioni e i sistematici stupri di gruppo non possono essere lasciati impuniti. Il governo del Sud Sudan deve assicurare che siano oggetto di indagini rapide, indipendenti e imparziali e che tutte le persone sospettate di esserne responsabili siano sottoposte alla giustizia civile, attraverso processi equi e senza ricorso alla pena di morte”,  ha concluso Mariner.

Sud Sudan in preda alle violenze, le accuse di Amnesty in un nuovo rapporto 27 OTTOBRE 2016 Maria Novella Topi

Activists and the victims of the Darfur genocide are calling on the international community to do more to end the ongoing violence against women and children in the Darfur region of Sudan.
Women, and children as young as seven years old have been raped in Darfur since the so-called first genocide of the 21st century started thirteen years ago.
The Darfur genocide refers to the ongoing mass slaughter and human rights abuses of Darfuri men, women and children in Western Sudan. According to the UN, at least 300,000 people have been killed and 2.5 million displaced in Darfur since the outbreak of violence.
Speaking at the 5th Annual National Symposium on Women and Genocide in the 21st Century - The Case of Darfur, which was held in Washington, DC in October, participants said that there is a need to speak up now more than ever because silence is killing people every day in Darfur.
"The most dangerous place to be a woman today is Darfur. Rape has been used as a weapon of war and it continues to be a systematic tactic of devastation and dehumanization of women and families in Darfur," Niemat Ahmadi, President of Darfur Women Action Group (DWAG) based in US, told DW in an interview.
According to DWAG, the Darfuris are literally stuck in Sudan and have been systematically targeted for killing, rape and humiliation. The symposium also discussed women's resilience and courage in the face of genocide and how crime and genocide can be prevented.
Ahmadi is one of the many women who ran away from their homes when the conflict escalated in Darfur. She said the most important thing they are trying to do for now is to get the attention of policy makers."We do hope that these women can receive training so that they can be able to earn some income," Ahmadi said. She also said her organization strives to ensure that women who have been abused have access to justice.
Attacks continue
Last month, Amnesty International said in a report that Sudanese forces carried out more than 30 suspected chemical weapons attacks in a mountainous area of Darfur killing up to 250 people, including children.
"Babies screaming with pain before dying, young children vomiting blood. The images we have seen are truly shocking," said Tirana Hassan, Amnesty International's Director of Crisis Response.
French news agency AFP reported that President Omar al-Bashir has denied the authenticity of the reports and accused Amnesty of spreading "lies" that Sudanese government forces used chemical weapons against civilians. "These are just empty lies," Bashir said.
According to Amnesty, the genocide is being carried out by a group of government-armed and funded Arab militias known as the Janjaweed. The groups systematically target Darfuris by burning villages, looting economic resources, polluting water sources as well as murdering, raping and torturing civilians.
A Human Rights Watch report states that in 2014, Sudanese armed forces raped at least 200 women over a 36-hour period in Tabit, North Darfur. Additionally, international aid organizations are reported to have had difficulties accessing the affected areas and provide victims with medical or psycho-social care.

Darfur genocide: Silence harming women Deutsche Welle 25 Oct 2016

  • The rape of women and girls as an act of war is on the rise in Darfur.
  • The Janjaweed are raping, beating, torturing and murdering women all over the Darfur region.
  • Women are raped regularly at road blocks, check points, while fleeing, or during routine village raids.
  • Rape is committed publicly in front of a victims husband, family, or village.
  • The UN Darfur Task Force reports that gang rapes are also prevalent
  • Pregnant women are attacked and either loose their babies due to forcible rape or are brutalized so badly that the child cannot survive
  • Many women are abducted by the Janjaweed and forced to travel with them as sex slaves. They are threatened or tortured if they do not comply with demands.
  • Women are even being raped in refugee camps. If the men leave the camps they risk being killed, and if the women leave they risk being raped and beaten.
  • Eagle Eye on Darfur

The impunity of sexual violence in armed conflict and peacetime — Azrul Mohd Khalib NOVEMBER 5 2016

South Sudan Soldiers Gang Raped American Women 17 agosto 2016

Soldiers Gang Rape UN Camp Girls While Peacekeepers Watch 28 luglio 2016

South Sudan `rape camps` SEPTEMBER 28, 2015

THE UNCODEMNED The Mass Rape of Rwanda OCTOBER 11, 2015


Gang rape in Burundi 28 luglio 2016

Rape epidemic and widespread impunity in Liberia 16 ottobre 2016

Mombasa street children raped, murdered in last one year 16 settembre 2016

Congo, il Villaggio degli Stupri 6 agosto 2016

The Ebola Rape Epidemic 18 maggio 2016

Nigeria: Officials sexually abused women displaced by Boko Haram 

OCTOBER 31, 2016

Rape Culture in Nigeria 6 SETTEMBRE 2016

Rape Culture In Sierra Leone 10 agosto 2016

Child Rape in Ivory Coast 22 luglio 2016

Child Rape in Liberia 19 maggio 2016

Rape in Namibia 21 giugno 2016

Grandmothers ninja against the rapists 14 luglio 2016

The Evil Pastor: Rape in the House of God 19 settembre 2016

Albinos abducted, mutilated, raped and killed in Africa 8 giugno 2016

Widespread Child Rape By Predatory Peacekeepers 3 giugno 2016

Child rape crimes by peacekeepers still unpunished 17 luglio 2016

STUPRI UMANITARI Gli abusi sessuali dei caschi blu 16 FEBBRAIO 2015


WHen Soldiers Come Lo Stupro del Kosovo 13 GIUGNO 2015

When the Soldiers Came The Mass Rape of Germans 9 MARZO 2015

ANONYMA The Mass Rape of Berlin 1 MAGGIO 2015

I crimini di guerra degli Alleati AUGUST 27, 2016

Child Sexual Abuse in Malaysia 1 settembre 2016

Child Rape in Jamaica 30 agosto 2016

A woman or child is raped every 15 minutes in Thailand 30 luglio 2016

The child sex abuse capital of Britain 28 agosto 2016

Rustenburg, la Città degli Stupri 17 agosto 2016

Child Rape in Bangladesh 3 ottobre 2016

Rape Culture In Pakistan 17 agosto 2016

Rape Culture in India 16 giugno 2016

Protest in India over 2-year-old's rape 28 ottobre 2016

Indian schoolgirls protest against rising rapes 18 ottobre 2016


Anatomy of a Rape Culture 21 SETTEMBRE 2016


Argentine women against girl's brutal rape, murder 19 ottobre 2016

Mexican women battle gender-based violence online 10 SETTEMBRE 2016

50,000 march in Peru against gender violence 14 agosto 2016

#NIUNAMENOS Argentina contro il femminicidio 9 GIUGNO 2015

Rape Epidemic in Mexico City 29 maggio 2016

Brazil, one rape every 11 minutes 1 giugno 2016

Migrant Women from Central America are Facing a Rape Epidemic 30 agosto 2016

Violenza sessuale in Italia: 23mila stupri in 5 anni 23 OTTOBRE 2016

Rape Culture in China 31 agosto 2016

Rape Culture in Egypt 1 settembre 2016

US hostage tortured and constantly raped by ISIS leader AUGUST 27, 2016

Mass rape by ISIS jihadis in Syria 14 giugno 2016

Mass Extermination In Syria FEBRUARY 17, 2016


"The War On Women" by Sue Lloyd-Roberts AUGUST 21, 2016

Sir Jimmy Savile, Donald Trump and The Power of Celebrity 17 OTTOBRE 2016

50,000 sex offenders 28 ottobre 2016

200,000 child sex abuses 20 maggio 2016

The child sex abuse capital of Britain 28 agosto 2016

The youngest British child rapist 11 settembre 2016

Rape Monitoring Group: 3 rapes a day 16 ottobre 2016

Sex crimes soar by 60% in Northern Ireland 14 ottobre 2016

Porn-fuelled rise in sexual harassment 15 SETTEMBRE 2016

Louis Theroux: Savile 2 OTTOBRE 2016

Victim of sick paedo Jimmy Savile tells how abused her 2 ottobre 2016

Music promoter jailed for raping two teenage girls 23 OTTOBRE 2016

Michael Jackson abused a 12-year-old girl 27 OTTOBRE 2016

Trump is a Child Rapist 24 agosto 2016

Bill Clinton Rape Victim speaking out 17 agosto 2016

Clinton Foundation Accepted $25,000 from Pedophile Jeffrey Epstein 9 GENNAIO 2015

Bill Cosby and the rape culture 1 DICEMBRE 2014 

"Noi stuprate da Bill Cosby" 28 LUGLIO 2015

The Rise of Rape Culture 10 SETTEMBRE 2015


PORNLAND Devastating effects of a porn culture 20 OTTOBRE 2016

Porn Free City 21 OTTOBRE 2016

Gang Rape Culture 6 30 OTTOBRE 2016

GANG RAPE CULTURE 5 19 agosto 2016

GANG RAPE CULTURE 4 20 luglio 2016

Gang Rape Culture 3 1 GIUGNO 2016





Ti piace?

Nessun commento:

Posta un commento


Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...