We ❤️ You Briana Hampton!
We have to STOP the Harassment against Briana Hampton! “Your answer may be viewed to conduct a survey or a review” ______________________________________ Facebook__________________ *LaTruth*Robert Hampton*Kevin Wesley: Be The Evolution *Latoyas Unique Boutique *Latoyas Unique Boutique Backup Page*Ask The Og*OB Pressure Gang*Jeanie Kouture*Vibe with Cal 2 LLC*Mr. LaTruth Fan Club*Keeping up with the LaTruths Reloaded *We The Clout*Gigi Lolo YouTube________________ *SWEETMA4LIFE*Merle’s of the World Kennel Club _______________________________________ Do you feel (ALL) the Facebook and Youtube Accounts listed above, are harassing Ms. Briana and Briana Hampton? If you answered yes, please sign this petition. Thank you for your participation!
Oppose Non-Consensual Pelvic/Prostate/Rectal Exams in Massachusetts
“Before anyone performs a pelvic, rectal, or prostate exam on me, I expect them to ask my permission first.” Does that seem like a reasonable statement to you? If so - we need your help. This statement is the sentiment at the heart of legislation that has been pending in Massachusetts since 2019 - legislation that would close legal loopholes that allow for non-consensual intimate exams on unconscious patients. It is unimaginable to most of us that in 2022 someone could or would ever be subjected to a non-consensual pelvic, rectal, or prostate examination. Yet, it is not uncommon for medical students to learn how to do intimate exams by "practicing" on anesthetized patients who have come in for surgical procedures, often without their prior knowledge or consent. This practice has a long history in the US and, unfortunately, is legal in the majority of states. In fact, this peer-reviewed research study conducted by Dr. Ari Silver-Isenstadt showed that 90% of students learn to conduct pelvic, rectal, and prostate exams on unconscious patients without explicit consent. Intimate exams can happen to anesthetized patients in other scenarios as well. We are calling for the state of Massachusetts to protect ALL PATIENTS, regardless of gender, from non-consensual intimate exams. Both students and patients are traumatized by this long-standing practice. It is very hard for medical students to say "no" when they are asked to do something unethical, and the psychological impact on them can be significant. Our goal is to pass a law that will require healthcare providers, students, and trainees to explain the exams to patients ahead of time, introduce the individual or individuals who plan(s) to perform them, and require the patient’s signature on a form that clearly spells out the purpose and nature of the exam as well as who will be performing it. Patients will have the right to either consent or refuse. If they refuse, their bodies then cannot be used for training purposes. This would, in effect, bring medical practices and policies into line with what the general public overwhelmingly already wants and expects from our healthcare providers. Please sign whether or not you live in Massachusetts There is evidence of this happening in Massachusetts, where these practices remain legal. It goes without saying why you should care about this if you live in the state. However, even if you are not a Massachusetts resident, this issue very much impacts you too. The medical students who learn how to be doctors in Massachusetts go on to practice all over the country. The practices they learn and the attitudes toward consent and patient autonomy they acquire there will go on to impact the patients they end up seeing throughout their careers - in the South, in the Midwest, in the Southwest, on the West Coast - everywhere. There is a good chance you will be treated by a doctor who was educated in Massachusetts at some point in your life, meaning you have a stake in this legislation too. Medical Education Gets to do Better Institutions often defend this practice as necessary for medical education. We need to ban this practice in order to make it clear that this kind of betrayal of patients’ bodies is not acceptable. It is time that we send a clear message that informed consent is critical for all intimate exams. Choice and consent to all medical procedures are our fundamental human rights. We aren’t asking medical students to stop learning, and we aren’t asking medical schools to stop educating them. We are, however, demanding that any who are doing so at the expense of their patients’ dignity and bodily autonomy immediately stop. It is not only wrong - it is unnecessary. Studies show that up 72% of patients would consent to students performing practice exams on them if asked - but they rightly expect to be asked. It’s Time for Massachusetts Twenty-one states have already passed laws requiring direct and informed consent for intimate exams, and we are hoping 2023 will see Massachusetts join them. Please sign our petition to show the Massachusetts state legislature that you support the passage of this law, and that you want to see the state take a strong stance supporting our right to decide what happens to our own bodies. Together, we can and we will get this done! RESOURCES: >> Here are some resources documenting this practice, a recent article on best legislative practices and the trailer for the new documentary At Your Cervix << Medical Students Regularly Practice Pelvic Exams On Unconscious Patients https://www.elle.com/life-love/a28125604/nonconsensual-pelvic-exams-teaching-hospitals/ Providers Are Sexually Assaulting Patients — and It’s Legal https://www.healthline.com/health/nonconsensual-internal-exams-sexual-assault#1 A Medical Student’s Perspective: Barnes, S. S. (2012). Practicing pelvic examinations by medical students on women under anesthesia. Obstetrics & Gynecology, 120(4), 941–943. https://doi.org/10.1097/aog.0b013e3182677a28 An Article on the Impact of Non-consensual Exams on Med Student Attitudes Toward Consent: *Ubel, P. A., Jepson, C., & Silver-Isenstadt, A. (2003). Don't ask, don't tell: A change in medical student attitudes after obstetrics/gynecology clerkships toward seeking consent for pelvic examinations on an anesthetized patient. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 188(2), 575–579. https://doi.org/10.1067/mob.2003.85 A Legal Perspective: Wilson, R. F. (2005). Autonomy suspended: Using female patients to teach intimate exams without their knowledge or consent. Journal of Health Care Law & Policy, 8(2), 240-263. http://digitalcommons.law.umaryland.edu/jhclp/vol8/iss2/5 At Your Cervix - 2-minute Trailer (please join us in getting this film out there) https://www.atyourcervixmovie.com
Petition to مصر
اطلقوا سراح ستات التيك توك
AR/EN/FR/DE /ID دعوة من مجموعة ستات لوقف حملات القبض والتشهير بـ"ستات التيك توك" ونطالب المجلس القومي للمرأة بتوفير الدعم القانوني لهن، والإفراج عن حنين حسام ومودة الأدهم ومنة عبدالعزيز وشيري هانم ونورا هشام ومنار سامي وريناد عماد وهدير الهادي وبسنت محمد … والقوس مفتوح لأن الحملة مستمرة. ضد كراهية النساء، ضد التحريض، ضد تجريم الإختلاف عن حملة #بعد_اذن_الاسرة_المصرية، إستهداف "ستات التيك توك": بدأ يوم 23 ابريل، اتقبض على حنين حسام بتهمة "تهديد قيم الأسرة المصرية وقيم المجتمع المصري والتحريض على الفسق والفجور وممارسة الرذيلة". ويوم 26 مايو، اتقبض على آية/ منة عبد العزيز، بعد نشرها لفيديو تستنجد "بالناس وبالنيابة" عشان "يجيبولها حقها" من شخص اغتصبها وصور إعتدائه عليها لإبتزازها. لكن منة اتحولت لمتهمة واتلفق لها نفس التهم، والنيابة أصدرت قرار بحبسها على ذمة القضية. بعدها بدأت سلسلة قبضات على ستات بتقدم محتوى مشابه على التيك توك واتوجهت لهن نفس التهم، منهم مودة الأدهم اتقبض عليها في 14مايو، وفي 10 يونيو إتقبض على شريفة رفعت المعروفة بشيري هانم وبنتها نورا هشام المعروفة بـ زمردة . سلسلة الاستهداف مستمرة، الايام اللي فاتت اتقبض على منار سامي و ريناد عماد يوم 1 يوليو واتقبض على هدير الهادي واتوجهت لهن نفس التهم يوم 6 يوليو، وآخرهم بسنت محمد يوم 10 يوليو. سلسلة الاستهداف لفتت انتباهنا لأنها منظمة وممنهجة؛ النيابة العامة بتتحرك للقبض على ستات التيك توك بناءًا على مجهود مُنظم بالتنسيق بين رجالة (صانعي محتوى على يوتيوب) بيبدأوا برصد الستات لو سلوكهن والمحتوى اللي بينتجوه أونلاين مش على مزاجهم، وبيشهروا بهن ويحرضوا ضدهن، وبيهيأوا المناخ لتمرير وتطبيع وتبرير عقابهن، لو الستات رفضت تتجاوب لتوجيهات صانعي المحتوى الرجال، بيبدأ التصعيد بتقديم بلاغ للنيابة، وبيصدر أمر ضبط وإحضار بسرعة للست المستهدفة وفعلًا بيتقبض عليها. مؤخرًا فيه احتفاء بدور مباحث الانترنت المنحاز للستات المتضررات من تسريبات صور أو بسبب إبتزازهن وتهديدهن الكترونيًا، لكن نفس النيابة استخدمت صور مُسَربة من سنة لمودة الأدهم كدليل اتهام ضدها. النيابة المطمئنة للضحايا/الناجيات في قضية #المغتصب_أحمد_بسام_زكي لتيسير تقديم بلاغات ضده، في دعوتها لأول ست تقدم بلاغ بخصوص المغتصب احمد بسام زكي، نفس النيابة حبست منة عبد العزيز ناجية من/ ضحية اغتصاب إستنجدت بمجتمع خذلها وبنيابة حبستها بتهمة "تهديد قيم الأسرة المصرية". تواتر الأحداث بالمنهجية والتنظيم والاستهداف الواضح لمجموعة بعينها من الستات، ستات الطبقة أقل من المتوسطة، مسبب لنا خوف وقلق عام. لأننا شايفين الوصاية المضاعفة على "ستات التيك توك"؛ العقاب لكونهن ستات يتصرفن بحرية ولكونهن ستات غير مسموح لهن اجتماعيًا يلبسن أو يتصرفن أو يعبرن عن نفسهن بسبب طبقتهن. انت/ي ممكن تكون/ي بتعمل/ي "جريمة" وانت/ي مش دريان/ة. تخيل/ي إن ممكن بسبب ابليكشن هدفه الهزار والتسلية تلاقي نفسك في السجن عشان صورك او فيديوهاتك مش عاجبة حد من اللي بيتفرجوا عليها! هل المفروض نبلغ البوليس على أي شخص شكله أو تصرفاته مش عاجبانا؟! ستات التيك توك تعاقب على نشر محتوى غير متوافق مع "قيم الأسرة المصرية"، لو الدفاع دلوقتي عن "قيم الأسرة المصرية" ممكن نعرف ايه المقصود بالقيم دي، وأي أسرة؟ هتختلف القيم دي بين أسرة غنية وأسرة فقيرة؟ هتختلف بين أفراد مشهورة وأفراد عادية؟ هتختلف لو الشخص اللي "بيتعدى على" القيم دي راجل أو ست؟ نطالب بوقف حملات القبض والتشهير بـ"ستات التيك توك" ونطالب المجلس القومي للمرأة بتوفير الدعم القانوني لهن، لو انت/ي موافقين على المطالب دي وقعوا معانا العريضة وساعدونا نوصل صوتنا لأكبر قدر ممكن من الناس من خلال التدوين معانا على هاشتاج #بعد_اذن_الاسرة_المصرية لمزيد من المعلومات يمكن إرسال إيميل بعنوان Get More Info AR للإيميل التالي: firstname.lastname@example.org
I stand with Afghan Women: #AllOrNone
In early 2019, the United States officially resumed its direct negotiations with the Taliban to reach an agreement on a joint framework for a future peace agreement in Afghanistan. As a result, the Taliban were given standing and leverage, which they used to extract major concessions, including the withdrawal of the international military forces from Afghanistan and the release of 5,000 high-profile members of the Taliban from Afghanistan’s prisons. However, on August 15, 2021, the Taliban illegally took over Afghanistan by force. Despite initially promising a more moderate rule respecting rights for women and minorities, the Taliban have widely and strictly implemented their restrictive interpretation of Sharia law since they seized power in Afghanistan. The Taliban’s actions have included banning girls from attending secondary schools; depriving women of participating in almost all spheres of society and public life, including restaurants, parks, and gyms; and imposing hijab rules and gender segregation in the few institutions that were supposed to provide educational and employment opportunities for women. On top of these, in another inhumane action, following a decree dated December 20, 2022, the Taliban officially banned women from universities and deprived them of their right to employment at all levels, effective immediately. As a result, Afghan women and girls have been forced to bear complete isolation and denial of their most basic rights. The Taliban’s actions against women contravene national law, jus cogens norms of international law, human rights, Islamic doctrine, and shared human values, which no regime can derogate from under any circumstances. Equally, the Taliban’s actions are against the culture and beliefs of the people in Afghanistan. The Taliban have, unfortunately, made Afghanistan the only country in the world where women are deprived of their most basic and fundamental rights and are removed from society. Since the beginning of peace negotiations with the Taliban, Afghan women were never optimistic towards a joint future with the Taliban in terms of preserving their rights, since they believed the current Taliban held the same extremist ideology against women as the previous incarnation of the Taliban in the 1990s. Thus, many feared that any reintegration of the Taliban into society would mean a repetition of past horrors or an invitation to even darker days. Women bravely raised their concerns against any peace deal with the Taliban on many occasions. However, what is deplorable is that these voices were never heard: not in the U.S.-led negotiations with the Taliban, nor in the intra-Afghan peace talks, nor by the regional and international actors involved in the process. The Taliban’s bans on education and employment of women serves to establish gender apartheid and to enact a policy of animosity, discrimination, and oppression against women in Afghanistan. The destructive impacts of this policy are not only limited to women’s identity and situation; rather, the Taliban have undermined the development of the whole country and its people at large. These bans leave no doubt of the Taliban’s intention to impose and institutionalize their fundamentalist and extremist narratives on the lives of all Afghan people. Once again, the Taliban’s despicable policies against women have proven to be extremely threatening to all aspects of people’s lives, from the structures of the family to the social, economic, political, and legal foundations of Afghanistan. And the Taliban’s actions threaten regional and global peace and security. For these reasons, the current Taliban de facto authorities have no recognition, place, or legality to the people of Afghanistan and should have no standing in the international community. Therefore, in order to find possible solutions for the current humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, a transnational discourse should be held, and an urgent and robust mechanism for restoring human rights in Afghanistan should be initiated. There is an urgent need for the advocates of humanity to move beyond mere condemnations of the Taliban’s brutality and to begin taking practical actions to uplift the voices of Afghan women. We strongly believe that one of the main motives of the Taliban de facto authorities in moving to exclude Afghan women from society and taking their rights hostage is to gain international recognition. Under these circumstances any support or recognition of the Taliban de facto authorities by the regional and international powers, despite the Taliban’s clear violation of human rights and international norms, is a historical shame that will be followed by international responsibility and accountability to all involved. Therefore, global condemnation of and efforts to stop the brutal actions of the Taliban should include the following: The urgent intervention of the United Nations, human rights organizations and defenders, women’s rights advocates, and Islamic scholars to demand immediate reversal of the recent decrees of the Taliban de facto authorities concerning women’s rights to education and employment. Initiating a transnational conversation with the Taliban regarding the political, human rights, and humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, with due attention to the needs and red lines of the people of Afghanistan. These negotiations must result in the formation of an inclusive government based on elections and a pluralistic society. Closing the Taliban’s political office in Doha, Qatar, which has given a sense of political recognition to the Taliban since the time of its emergence. Refraining from any de facto or de jure recognition of the Taliban by all States. Providing funding, educational opportunities, and scholarships to girls and women from Afghanistan who are currently suffering from extreme levels of oppression. Accepting Afghan students who are in their last semesters of the university to online courses and programs leading to conferral of the completion certificates and relevant degree. Speaking out against barbaric acts of the Taliban against Afghan women’s rights and freedoms under the name of Islam, especially by the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) and Islamic academics and human rights institutions. Bringing transparency to the process of international humanitarian aid to make sure it reaches the Afghan people in need and to avoid financing the Taliban. We urge academic institutions, human rights organizations and defenders, and women’s rights advocates not to leave Afghan women alone in this crisis and their resistance. Afghan women are being killed, arrested, and tortured just for asking for their fundamental rights and for standing against the inhumane actions of the Taliban since the collapse of the former Afghan government. As human beings, we all have the shared responsibility to support and stand with those in need. Therefore, in this challenging situation, there is an urgent need to stand together, raise our voices, and take action against brutal human rights violations in Afghanistan. #AllOrNone #LetHerLearn #LetAfghanGirlsLearn #StandWithAfghanWomen #StopGenderAparteid
Ban Allergies from the US❌��
Hi Everyone, I am petitioning the United States Government to ban allergies and kick them out of the United States of America. Allergies are homophobic, racist, islamophobic, and anti-woman. ������ sign if you believe in freedom for all unless you are one of them liberal commies IF YOU LOVE AMERICA YOU WILL GET RID OF THOSE NASTY ALLERGIES THAT ARE POLLUTING AND CONTAMINATING THIS COUNTRY. I WILL NOT STAND FOR IT.
Support Cardinal McElroy
Petition In Support of Cardinal Robert McElroy To: His Holiness Pope Francis and to the Members of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops: All of Us! As People of God (many but not all of us being actively practicing Catholics) we joyfully declare that the "tent" of our Church should be enlarged and made into a much more welcoming and inclusive one. Hoping to be guided by the Holy Spirit, we join in urging all cardinals and bishops to respond positively and with enthusiasm to the inspired messages of love and hope in the tradition of Jesus Christ as they have been communicated by Cardinal Robert Mc Elroy, Bishop of San Diego. We refer, first, to Cardinal Mc Elroy’s February 3, 2023 article in America Media on “Inclusion”; second, his presentation, “Enlarging Our Tent: The Synodal Imperative Towards A Church of Inclusion and Shared Belonging” at Sacred Heart University on February 22, 2023; third, Cardinal Mc Elroy’s word's questioning the “just war theory” and advocating for active non-violence at the University of Notre Dame on March 1, 2023; and, finally, Cardinal McElroy's response to those who have criticized him (including some who have apparently used, and abused, the word “heretic”). We plead to hear from the cardinals and bishops who agree with, or support, what Cardinal Mc Elroy is saying! We cannot fathom that there are so few, or none! Or are they too timid to display the courage (let us use the Biblical and now Synodal word for courage that Pope Francis now suggests--“parrhesia”) that Christ would expect from his followers? Cardinal Mc Elroy is often repeating certain questions of the marginalized in our Church including women, divorced persons, LGBTQ+ people, immigrants and the poor which were raised by the laity in the recent parish and diocesan synodal processes. Those concerns occupy center stage, in both the Synodal synthesis report prepared by the U.S bishops and in the Synodal synthesis report prepared as a starting point by the Vatican for the continental phase. Both emphasize concerns of marginalization and exclusion of people such as the divorced and LGBTQ+, among others, by the church. All bishops are called to engage in respectful dialogue and accompany each other; that does not occur when we ignore, disregard, or deride each other. Pope Francis has emphasized that with regard to doctrinal matters, that the bishop may at times be “behind the faithful because the faithful can often sniff out the path.” How can that path be explored if dialogue with openness does not occur? This is especially so if discussion is not commenced on issues of exclusion and inclusion. The time to address these issues is now. If this does not occur, there may not be a meaningful opportunity to do so in the future; many, actually all, People of God now await the full dialogue and listening of the Synodal process which presents opportunities for reform, correction, creation, growth and change within our Church under the teachings of Jesus Christ and with the guidance of Pope Francis, Cardinal Mc Elroy and so many other leaders like them. March 8, 2023 Respectfully submitted, All of Us! as People of God, including Agape House Church & 27+ Lay Roman Catholics c/o J. Riley P.O. Box 1050 Pearl River NY 10965. email@example.com Please invite your family, friends and associates, anyone who seeks a more welcoming and inclusive Church as envisioned by Pope Francis, to sign
Federally Protected Paid Maternity Leave
The United States strives to be the best country in the world but then, why is it that we fall short in so many areas? In late 2021, the NY Times reported that the United States is 1 of only 7 countries that do not provide national paid maternity leave. Sure, mothers have the option of taking FMLA (Family Medical Leave Act) leave, but to qualify, mothers must have worked at their employer for at least 12 months, worked at least 1,250 hours over those 12 months, and work for a company that employs at least 50 individuals. If the mother qualifies, this leave is unpaid unless the company has its own policies, and unfortunately, “Today, only 21% of US workers have access to paid family leave through their employer,” per an article written by Krystin Arneson for BBC. In the NY Times article, it’s reported, “Globally, the average paid maternity leave is 29 weeks, and the average paid paternity leave is 16 weeks.” As one of the world’s wealthiest nations, why have we not made any strides in helping our country’s parents? I am not asking for the moon and the stars. But at this point, any form of federally mandated maternity leave would be progress. We must keep bringing this issue forward to help all American families.
Petition to Kay Ivey
Stop controlling what we wear in Reeltown
In order to walk in the graduation ceremony at Reeltorwn highschool females are required to wear dresses and males are required to wear dress casual . I do not believe that I should be forced to wear a dress and compromise my comfort because of an outdated and sexist rule requiring males and females alike to conform to a standard that is not their own