Exigimos que la PGJ CDMX cumpla con sus obligaciones legales en el caso Lesvy Berlín.

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Anita Kanitz
3 years ago
"A woman reading Playboy feels a little like a Jew reading a Nazi manual." - Gloria Steinem

When pornography is… normal, a whole population of men is primed to dehumanise women and to enjoy inflicting assault sexually… Pornography is the perfect preparation - motivator and instruction manual in one - for… sexual atrocities. - Catharine MacKinnon, Ms., July/Aug 1993, p.28

I find pornography disturbing, chilling - even sometimes physically disgusting. Must I then be a killjoy, a frustrated prude, secretly longing to write articles on porn so that I can sneak a look while publicly tutting? I have been, and am still, confused by the distance between my reactions to pornography and the debates carried out in the press about it. Mary Whitehouse and the Festival of Light seem as opposed to what I want for the word as do pornographers… I don’t want to choose between Mary Whitehouse and the producers of High Society, between two equally unacceptable alternatives - between censoring all mention of sex through vaguely-worded laws that will be applied by men, and allowing pornography to invade my life at an ever-increasing rate, on Radio One and in packets of bubblegum, and even in the radical press. - Ruth Wallsgrove, in Spare Rib 1977, Spare Rib Reader (1982)

Pornography is the theory, and rape the practice. - Robin Morgan, Theory and Practice: Pornography and Rape, 1974, The Word of a Woman (1993)

People who believe that porn is liberating for women (idiotic, but there are women like this) should call themselves ‘pornists’ or some other word. They are not feminists. Period. - Krista Matthews, Getting There, in Merge July 2001

We don’t have a problem with pornography, unless, of course, it doesn’t turn us on. With X-rated movies available for rent at every local video store and Hooters considred a family restaurant, we realize that American porn culture is here to stay. So, rather than trying to rid the world of sexual images we think are negative, as some of our sisters have done, we’re far more interested in encouraging women to explore porn, to find out whether it gets them hot or merely bothered. This is not to say that we don’t see most of the currently available porn as ruthlessly sexist…. the fact is, the current crop of available porn has very little in it to appeal to women… While the female market for fuck films is still far less than that of men, it’s a central tenet of our version of feminism to acknowledge that it exists at all. - Marcelle Karp & Debbie Stoller, Bust Guide to the New Girl Order (1999)

Pornography has been so thickly glossed over with the patina of chic these days in the name of verbal freedom and sophisication… Part of the problem is that those who traditionally have been the most vigorous opponents of porn are often those same people who shudder at the explicit mention of any sexual subject… There can be no equality in porn, no female equivalent, no turning of the tables in the name of bawdy fun. Pornography, like rape, is a male invention, desgined to dehumanize women… Pornography is the undiluted essence of anti-female propoganda. - Susan Brownmiller, Against Our Will (1975)

We are the heroines of our own history. "
Mary McCarthy (1912-1989), American writer & women's rights activist
Wir sind die Heldinnen unsrer eigenen Geschichte."
Mary McCarthy (1912-1989), amerikanische Schriftstellerin & Frauenrechtlerin

Women will not be free, as long as their submission is considered sexy. "
Sheila Jeffreys, British political scientist and author
Frauen werden nicht frei sein, solange ihre Unterwerfung als sexy gilt."
Sheila Jeffreys, britische Politikwissenschafterin und Autorin

“Being a victim is supposed to set you free; it acquits you of any agency, any sense of responsibility to the person who did you harm.
They just call you stupid. A dumb bitch.
Sympathy is only meted out if you follow all of
society's rules for how a victim is supposed to behave.”
― Nenia Campbell, Cease and Desist

We are living in a world with extreme misogyny, sexism, rape culture and violence against women, girls, female childs and babies.There are hate crimes like femicide, female infanticide, cruel rapes, gang rapes, mass rapes, war rapes ,child rapes, marital rape, heinous rape porns, child porns, forced prostitution, sex slavery, dowry murder, FGM, child marriages, forced marriages, sexual and domestic violence, acid attacks, honour killings, sexual murder, sexual torture, witch hunts, widow murder, human trafficking, abduction connected with rape, torture, forced marriages, murder, religous persecution of women, girls and female childs like in the Islam and the Hinduism,street harassment, workplace and school harassment, online harassment, cyber bullying, cruel punishments for female victims like stoning, lashing, inprisonment, sadistic stalking, lack of human rights, contraception and education, forced and sexist dress codes, hate speech in the society, the media and the religion, violence during childbirths.

I am a survivor of extreme women hating. My muslim bosnian Stalker and ex-tenant with australian nationality and his friends send me rape porns, bestiality porns, child porns, rape threats and called me a slut, which deserves rape. And I am a victim of cyber crimes, internet slandering, online defamation, cyber bullying, gang stalking, telephone terror, damages of property, burglary attempts and idenity thefts too.

Examples of misogyny:

2017, United Kingdom:
A community in central England has become the first in the country to label misogyny a hate crime.

Street harassment, unwanted sexual advances, physical or verbal assault, and using mobile devices to send unwanted messages or take photographs without consent are all examples of a hate crime, Nottinghamshire police announced Wednesday.

Chief Constable Sue Fish said the department is "leading the way towards tackling misogyny in all its forms."

“What women face, often on a daily basis, is absolutely unacceptable and can be extremely distressing," Fish said in a statement. "Nottinghamshire Police is committed to taking misogynistic hate crime seriously and encourages anyone who is affected by it to contact us without hesitation."

Gender isn't generally included in the hate crime definition that covers England and Wales, below:

Any criminal offence which is perceived by the victim or any other person, to be motivated by hostility or prejudice based on a person's race or perceived race; religion or perceived religion; sexual orientation or perceived sexual orientation; disability or perceived disability and any crime motivated by hostility or prejudice against a person who is transgender or perceived to be transgender.

In addition to that general hate crime definition, Nottinghamshire is adding what it's calling "misogyny hate crime," described as "incidents against women that are motivated by an attitude of a man towards a woman, and includes behavior targeted towards a woman by men simply because they are a woman."

Selected officers and staff members began misogyny hate crime training three months ago, which they will complete by the end of July, according to the department.

“We’re pleased to see Nottinghamshire Police recognize the breadth of violence and intimidation that women experience on a daily basis in our communities," Nottingham Women’s Centre manager Melanie Jeffs said in a statement. "Understanding this as a hate crime will help people to see the seriousness of these incidents and hopefully encourage more women to come forward and report offenses.”

The change dates back to 2014, when police officials attended the launch of a hate crime research project that was commissioned by the local branch of community organizing group Citizens UK. The following year, Nottinghamshire Police and the Nottingham Women’s Center hosted the Nottinghamshire Safer for Women Conference, featuring testimony from "victims of misogynistic hate crime," police said in a release.A female BBC reporter covering the 2015 conference was harassed by a man as she reported from outside the event. The exchange was caught on camera.

We are the heroines of our own history. "
Mary McCarthy (1912-1989), American writer & women's rights activist

Only when manhood is dead - and it will perish when ravaged femininity no longer sustains it - only then will we know what it is to be free. Andrea Dworkin

Femicide worldwide:

BELGRADE, Serbia, July 2017 – Serbian officials called on Thursday for urgent measures to combat widespread domestic violence in the country following the killing of two women and a child at social-care centers in Belgrade this month.

Activists warned that the incidents have exposed problems in Serbia's protection system. There are reports that 22 women have been killed by their husbands or partners this year.

On Wednesday, a man killed his ex-wife and son and wounded three social workers just outside a social-care center. Last week, a man killed his wife with a stone in front of their three children in another center.

Social care minister Zoran Djordjevic said "we must sound the highest alarm" and announced further efforts after a new, tougher law recently took effect.

"We will try to come up with concrete wholescale preventive measures for the coming period," said Djordjevic. "We must all act to fight this, the situation is alarming."

Authorities said measures will include installing panic buttons in 60 social-care centers. Social workers have threatened to go on strike unless security is beefed up.

Serbia's President Aleksandar Vucic said during an official trip to Greece that he will demand stricter punishments in domestic violence cases.

"Family violence is frightening," Vucic said, according to Serbia's state TV. "Those men must be punished most drastically and dramatically so they never think of doing it again."

Domestic violence in the conservative Balkan country has soared since the wars of the 1990s.

Tanja Ignjatovic, from the Autonomous Women's Center rights group, told N1 television that the latest incidents were the result of "classic system failure."

"It can't be in the interest of children to have contact with a parent who was violent to their mother or the children themselves," Ignjatovic said.

“One photo a day in the worst year of life” is a domestic violence awareness video, that presumably depicts a relationship that turns violent. Since its posting on March 18 2013, the video has generated over 58 million views, has been featured on international new sites and has been subject of both praise and criticism. At the video’s conclusion the protagonist holds a sign stating, “Pomozite mi. Ne znam da li ću dočekati sutra.” Help me. I don’t know if I will make it to tomorrow”, with a link for another video developed by Sigurna Kuca. Sigurna Kuca (Safe House), developed by the non-profit nongovernmental organization B92 Fund in conjunction with various United Nations programs, is a domestic violence advocacy and resource page for Serbian women. In 2010, it was estimated that 54% of women in Serbia had experienced either physical, economic, psychological or sexual family violence, a rate double that of Europe and over twenty percent higher than the global average.
This high rate is is not only a threat to human rights of Serbian women but it also a reason why Serbian women have become victims of human trafficking.

In its 2016 Trafficking in Persons Report, the U.S. State Department listed Serbia as a Tier 2 Watch List country, reporting that Serbia “is a source, transit, and destination country” and that Serbia “does not fully meet the minimum standards for the elimination of trafficking…did not demonstrate overall increasing antitrafficking efforts” .
It is this lack in antitrafficking efforts, reported as decrease in human trafficking resources and funding and a decrease in law enforcement efforts, that warranted the Tier 2 Watch List designation for Serbia. This distinction as source country means that Serbians are also victims of trafficking, sexual exploitation and forced labor.* One of the most identified factors for the trafficking of Serbians is the Serbian economy and lack of economic opportunities. After the dissolution of Yugoslavia and the ensuing Yugoslav Wars years (a period that included extreme hyperinflation), the Serbian economy only began to normalize and develop after the governmental crackdown on organized crime.

Pornography is the instruction for women hating, femicide, rape, sexual and domestic violence the practise.
Pornography is a cruel one sided war against women. It is all about the heinous destruction of the female body and the female soul.
We are all sisters on this planet, the heroines of our own lifes and the warriors for a better world..
Anita Kanitz

“If anyone makes you feel less than you are, for the color of you skin, for where you come from, for the gender of the person you love, for the religion you have faith in, stand up, speak up, roar. No silence till we are equal.”
― Thisuri Wanniarachchi, COLOMBO STREETS

“Every woman knows what I'm talking about. It’s the presumption that makes it hard, at times, for any woman in any field; that keeps women from speaking up and from being heard when they dare; that crushes young women into silence by indicating, the way harassment on the street does, that this is not their world. It trains us in self-doubt and self-limitation just as it exercises men’s unsupported overconfidence.”
― Rebecca Solnit

Now, should we treat women as independent agents, responsible for themselves? Of course. But being responsible has nothing to do with being raped. Women don’t get raped because they were drinking or took drugs. Women do not get raped because they weren’t careful enough. Women get raped because someone raped them.”
― Jessica Valenti, The Purity Myth: How America's Obsession with Virginity is Hurting Young Women

“I can explain myself: If you want to be safe, walk in the middle of the street. I’m not joking. You’ve been told to look both ways before crossing the street, and the sidewalk is your friend, right? Wrong. I’ve spent years walking sidewalks at night. I’ve looked around me when it was dark, when there were men following me, creeping out of alleyways, attempting to goad me into speaking to them and shouting obscenities at me when I wouldn’t, and I suddenly realised that the only place left to go was the middle of street. But why would I risk it? Because the odds are in my favour. In the States, someone is killed in a car accident on average every 12.5 minutes, while someone is raped on average every 2.5 minutes. Even when factoring in that, one, I am generously including ALL car-related accidents and not just those involving accidents, and two, that the vast majorities of rapes still go unreported […] And, thus, this is now the way I live my life: out in the open, in the middle of everything, because the middle of the street is actually the safest place to walk.”
― Emilie Autumn, The Asylum for Wayward Victorian Girls

“Rape is one of the most terrible crimes on earth and it happens every few minutes. The problem with groups who deal with rape is that they try to educate women about how to defend themselves. What really needs to be done is teaching men not to rape. Go to the source and start there.”
― Kurt Cobain

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3 years ago
No mas feminicidios!!! Basta.

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Maria Guadalupe Reyes Santos
3 years ago
NO puede ni debe quedar impune ese crimen, y sólo así levantando la voz, las autoridades se verán presionadas a ejecutar la JUSTICIA!!! #NiUnaMuertaMás

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María Ramírez
3 years ago

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Ricardo Monreal Avila
3 years ago
Es una injusticia

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Francisco Enríquez Muñoz
3 years ago
Porque no le creo nada a la PGJ; porque ahora resulta que, según los anlafabetas funcionales, Lesvy merecía morir; porque ya estuvo bueno de tanta pendejez.

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Silvia Magali Cuadra
3 years ago

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Luis Emilio Téllez Contreras
3 years ago
Quiero justicia

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Martha Vela
3 years ago
Transparencia absulta

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La que Arde Revista digital
3 years ago
¡Exigimos cese al terrorismo de Estado contra las familias de las niñas y mujeres asesinadas en México! ¡Nos nos callaremos, #UNAMFeminicida!