Pour des excuses publiques du professeur Songué Diouf suite à ses propos sur le viol!

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Amadou SARRE
2 years ago
Je t'aime

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Anita Kanitz
3 years ago
"Be the change you want to see!"
-Anita Kanitz

"Sexual enslavement is a heinous and common crime worldwide. It's the greatest shame of mankind!"
-Anita Kanitz

“When a stranger on the street makes a sexual comment, he is making a private assessment of me public. And though I’ve never been seriously worried that I would be attacked, it does make me feel unguarded, unprotected.

Regardless of his motive, the stranger on the street makes an assumption based on my physique: He presumes I might be receptive to his unpoetic, unsolicited comments. (Would he allow a friend to say “Nice tits” to his mother? His sister? His daughter?) And although I should know better, I, too, equate my body with my soul and the result, at least sometimes, is a deep shame of both.

Rape is a thousand times worse: The ultimate theft of self-control, it often leads to a breakdown in the victim’s sense of self-worth. Girls who are molested, for instance, often go on to engage in risky behavior—having intercourse at an early age, not using contraception, smoking, drinking, and doing drugs. This behavior, it seems to me, is at least in part because their self-perception as autonomous, worthy human beings in control of their environment has been taken from them.”
― Leora Tanenbaum, Slut!: Growing Up Female with a Bad Reputation

“Self respect by definition is a confidence and pride in knowing that your behaviour is both honorable and dignified. When you harass or vilify someone, you not only disrespect them, but yourself also.
Street harassment, sexual violence, sexual harassment, gender-based violence and racism, are all acts committed by a person who in fact has no self respect.
-Respect yourself by respecting others.”
― Miya Yamanouchi, Embrace Your Sexual Self: A Practical Guide for Women

“They are all innocent until proven guilty. But not me. I am a liar until I am proven honest.”
― Louise O'Neill, Asking For It

“I remember the rules, rules that were never spelled out but every woman knew: Don't open your door to a stranger, even if he says he is the police. Make him slide his ID under the door. Don't stop on the road to help a motorist pretending to be in trouble. Keep the locks on and keep going. If anyone whistles, don't turn to look. Don't go into a laundromat, by yourself, at night.

I think about laundromats. What I wore to them: shorts, jeans, jogging pants. What I put into them: my own clothes, my own soap, my own money, money I had earned myself. I think about having such control.

Now we walk along the same street, in red pairs, and not man shouts obscenities at us, speaks to us, touches us. No one whistles.

There is more than one kind of freedom, said Aunt Lydia. Freedom to and freedom from.”
― Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid's Tale

The rape of Dhaka : 1971, Numbers : 200,000 (Official) - 400,000

This is one of the most shameful war crimes in the history of humanity perpetrated by the Pakistani army (supported by the Razakars) during the Bangladesh liberation war of 1971. During the war, a fatwa in Pakistan declared that the Bengali 'freedom fighters' were Hindus and that their women could be taken as the booty of war ('gonimoter maal').

The total number of rapes is estimated to be between 200,000 to 400,000 during a nine month period. Some descriptions present an unbelievably gory picture of the massacre. Victims aged 8 to 75 were also kidnapped and held in special camps where they were repeatedly assaulted. According to some reports, the soldiers at one point used their bayonets to rape women.

The Pakistani army also raped Bengali males. The men, when passing through a checkpoint, would be ordered to prove they were circumcised, and this is where the rapes usually happened.

The Rape of Nanking : 1937 - 20,000–80,000
*(Some estimates go as high as 100,000) The International Military Tribunal for the far East suggests the figure to be 20,000.
This happened during a six week period in the Sino-Japanese war. A large portion of these rapes were systematized in a process in which soldiers would go from door to door, searching for girls, with many women being captured and gang raped. The women were often killed immediately after being raped, often through explicit mutilation or by penetrating vaginas with bayonets, long sticks of bamboo, or other objects. Young children were not exempt from these atrocities and were cut open to allow Japanese soldiers to rape them.

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MICHEL BONY
3 years ago
Avec ce genre de crétin Songué Diouf les femmes ont du fil à retordre. Ce mec est un con dangereux !!!

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Dennis Westphal
3 years ago
Duuuuh! 珞 I choose not to be angry... this person came so the rest of humanity can get another wake up call!

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Diarassouba Filatie
3 years ago
Filatie

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Tata penda TIRERA
3 years ago
Je suis vraiment triste de voir que nos droits sont encore bafoués par des "intellectuels machos"! Ce qui me dérange le plus il continue à faire ses émissions sans daigné présenter ses excuses, comme si de rien n'était! !

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Astou Fall
3 years ago
Propos inacceptable qui n’ont pas leur place à la TV. Au delà du professeur, la chaine en question devrait formellement mettre au programme une emission pour sensibiliser contre le viol et les agressions sexuelles et donner la parole aux victimes(même masqués) pour qu’ils aient aussi Droit de réponse!!!

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Moustapha BADIANE
3 years ago
Je ne support pas le fait qui un homme puisse autant manquer de respect a la personne la importante de la planète

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Fatou TRAORE
3 years ago
Je signe parce que les propos de Songué Diouf constituent une incitation au viol, les personnes autour de lui ne semblent pas choqués, leur attitude est tout aussi condamnable. Il est professeur ? C'est ça l'élite ? L'exemple pour nos jeunes ?

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rosalie TOURNAY
3 years ago
Rosalie Tournay. J adhère totalement à la prise de position de la justice sénégalaise