Unsilencing Women's Voices: Our Power in Speaking Up about Female Health and Social Issues


"Social pats on the head will not cure health problems that have been ailing women for centuries". - Tonya GJ Prince So this happe...

"Social pats on the head will not cure health problems that have been ailing women for centuries".
- Tonya GJ Prince

So this happened .......

A beautiful content creator shared a video on her experiences with PCOS-polycystic ovary syndrome.  

The condition is a hormonal imbalance and can cause excessive facial hair.  Like many health issues, this condition discriminates. It only strikes female human beings. 

The creator bravely makes a video of herself waxing off the facial hair. Suddenly, a female academic uses her video to shoehorn a kinship between women removing facial hair to males and gender affirmation?

When the vlogger voiced her complaints about how her content was being used, she was accused of being hateful and exposed to a waterfall of name-calling and slurs.

 Never mind that most people have no idea what PCOS is and that it could be a life-disrupting condition.

Why can't women just put the desires of males first? For once?

Why can't women just push their own needs aside for others? For once?

Why can't women just do what we are told?

Why can't women just hush and go along with it?

(Even though no one is listening to YOUR concerns about health issues that are disrupting your life and killing you.....but still.)  Why can't women "be kind"? 


In a world striving for equality among the sexes, it is essential that women take the lead in discussing matters that directly affect us. Our experiences, concerns, and voices matter, especially when it comes to female health and social issues. 

Social pats on the head will not cure health problems that have been ailing women for centuries.

No health, no wealth. No health, no life. 

It is time to embrace our power, shed light on these topics, and resist forced teaming. By speaking out, advocating, and initiating discussions, we can create the change we need and fight for our rights as women.

A Platform for Sharing Experiences:

Women have often been silenced or overlooked when it comes to matters related to our own bodies and lives. Many are hesitant to openly discuss our health concerns or share personal experiences. However, it is through these conversations that we empower ourselves and those around us. 

When we courageously and openly communicate about female health issues, we create safe spaces for others to do the same. Our stories resonate with other women, providing reassurance, guidance, and solidarity. By speaking up, we inspire change, encourage research, promote understanding, and ensure that our voices are heard.

Advocating for Our Rights:

Speaking up about female health and social issues is about more than just personal empowerment. It is a way for us to advocate for our rights and challenge societal norms that can be harmful or discriminatory. When women raise their voices collectively, it builds momentum towards positive change. 

We can influence policies that directly affect our health and well-being, such as access to reproductive healthcare, maternity leave, and gender-based violence prevention. Our words and actions can help break down barriers, dispel myths, and dismantle patriarchal systems.

Resisting Forced Teaming:

Forced teaming is a dangerous social phenomenon that often silences women. It occurs when individuals with different interests and agendas attempt to merge their goals, often overshadowing and overpowering the voices of women. 

It is crucial that we resist this pattern and reclaim our narrative. Women's experiences are diverse and unique, and no one should speak on our behalf or undermine our struggles.

By rejecting forced teaming, we can unite as a powerful force, standing up for the issues that matter to us. 

We must encourage respectful dialogue, collaboration, and solidarity that respects the diversity of our experiences. 

We demand a seat at the table, where our voices are valued and heard.

As women, we have a responsibility to speak up for ourselves and for each other. By addressing female health and social issues, we take control of our narratives, uplift one another, and drive societal change. 

Embracing our collective power, we can challenge the status quo, advocate for our rights, and resist forced teaming.

Let us amplify our voices, shatter the glass ceilings, and create a future where our experiences are acknowledged and our struggles become a thing of the past. 

Together, we will build a world that listens, respects, and supports women in their journey towards equality and well-being.

P.S. We ain't there yet, so stop it. Let women uplift, encourage, and save ourselves. 

Clearly, no one else is interested in doing this for us. WE must do this for us!


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WE Survive Abuse : Unsilencing Women's Voices: Our Power in Speaking Up about Female Health and Social Issues
Unsilencing Women's Voices: Our Power in Speaking Up about Female Health and Social Issues
WE Survive Abuse
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