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Are you ready to fight back against the pervasive crimes of incest and rape.
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Babae Ako - I'm a woman ~ a women's rights movement in the Philippines was inspired by a politician's rants about women's rights. The movement launched in May 20, 2018 as a social media campaign using hashtag #BabaeAko. The founders of the movement were included among the "25 Most Influential People on the Internet in 2018" list by Time Magazine.
While you read this far, three persons were raped or sexully assaulted in the Philippines. It is certainly true that women and girls must be protected from discrimination on the grounds of gender, age, marital status and sexual preference and that governments have a responsibility to ensure that no element of government is encouraging rape, incest or the violation of women and girl's rights. Meanwhile the collossal number of sexual misconducts in the Philippines is mostly directed at children and not just girls but boys too. Not only are the children being raped but they are also disappearing. In the case of the Philippines, human rights should be women's rights. Watch this section for special local developments. - babaeako.org
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