Petition to Colombia, Ministerio de Justicia, Corte Suprema Española, United Nations, United Nations Development Program, United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime, United Nations Environment Program, CORTE COLOMBIA
JUSTICE FOR 12yr old GIRL RAPED BY 9 COLOMBIAN SOLDIERS
El pasado 25 de Junio en Risaralda, Colombia, una niña indígena fue violada por 9 militares Colombianos, la comunidad indígena en Colombia es una de las más vulnerables y menos atendidas, con esta petición queremos que sus derechos sean reconocidos, también que el gobierno no sea tan negligente ante ellos y que sean incorporados mas en la comunidad Colombia, ademas de eso deseamos que el Gobierno abra un fondo de ayudas para esta comunidad ya que estos habitan en zonas rurales en situaciones económicas que no son estables y también viviendas precarias. El gobierno no se puede olvidar de los indígenas ellos también son parte de nuestro pueblo! On June 25 at Risaralda, Colombia a little indigenous girl was raped by 9 Colombian soldiers; the indigenous community is one of the most vulnerable and less cared about in Colombia, with this petition we want their rights to be acknowledged more, also that the government stop being so negligent with them, on top of that to also open a fund that helps this community as most of them live in the rural zones with financial situation that are not stable and precarious households. The Colombian government can’t forget about the indigenous they are part of our people!
Petition to Congress
Support the Every Voice Bill
We are part of a campaign for the Every Voice Bill to be passed on a federal level. The Every Voice Bill seeks to implement a number of new requirements that will make addressing campus sexual violence a priority on their campuses. The bill will develop a task force on sexual misconduct, appoint a campus safety advisor, require institutions to work with law enforcement on reported cases, and develop educational awareness, and establish resource advisors. One in five women in America will fall victim to rape or sexual assault on college campuses. A horrifying number. As high school students moving onto the prospects of college, the number is staggeringly terrifying. The odds are working against us. Worse still, the justice system works against the victims. The American Medical Association has called this a “silent violent epidemic.” Voices are silenced. The cases that do make it to the media are just the tip of the iceberg. In April 2014, twenty-three students from Columbia University filed complaints about the systematic mishandling of sexual harassment cases and the mistreatment of the victims. In January 2015, two football players from Vanderbilt University were convicted for sexually assaulting a woman but then rendered a mistrial. Delta Kappa Epsilon, a fraternity from Yale University, is known for making their pledges chant “No means yes, yes means anal.” These cases took place a few years back. Now, we are here in 2020, and prevalence rates of sexual violence have hardly decreased since the 1970s. Colleges fail to address the root of the issue. Even under Title IX’s protection, sexual assault is becoming a part of our everyday lives. This is a fear close to our hearts. Some amongst us in the advocacy program are high schoolers, not yet in college and already with our horror stories to tell. A commonality between the harassment stories is feeling unsafe in the school hallways. Females at a high school reported on boys talking about their “asses” alongside with being spoken about sexually. And this is just high school. Victims in college live in the same vicinity as their rapists. Survivors should not be forced to live in the same dorm or eat in the same dining hall as the person who assaulted them. We can improve. New Hampshire became the first state to pass the Every Voice bill – legislation written by students and survivors to protect our campuses against sexual violence. Under its implementation, the state has been formed into one of the most thorough systems of protection against campus sexual assault- a far cry from it’s previous highly reported epidemic rates. We need extensive measures against sexual assault and the Every Voice Bill brings us that. While it will be difficult to pass an Every Voice Bill in individual states separately, the passing of the ERA will guarantee the constitutional protection of women and is a much easier feat to achieve. We believe it is a struggle for women’s rights that must be addressed.
Petition to Doug Ducey, Steve Sisolak, Phil Murphy, Michelle Lujan Grisham, Eric J. Holcomb
Tell our Governors: Lift Telemedicine Restrictions on Birth Control Now
The coronavirus pandemic has upended access to health care, creating a unique set of challenges for women who need to fill birth control prescriptions. According to a June 2020 study from the Guttmacher Institute, 29% of white women, 38% of Black women, and 45% of Latinas said they were struggling to access birth control because of social distancing forcing doctors offices and pharmacies to close or limit appointments. Across the country, online birth control providers that use asynchronous telehealth models like Simple Health, Pandia Health, Project Ruby, and their competitors are filling the gap. At the same time, this country is facing a physician shortage, and regulation that supports asynchronous telemedicine is becoming increasingly more important as a means to allow practitioners to provide care to more patients than the traditional, in-person model would allow. And yet, over 20 states still have legislation that makes utilizing asynchronous telemedicine for birth control prescriptions anywhere from difficult to nearly impossible. This limits the ability of telehealth companies to offer services in those states, forcing patients to travel to a clinician's office and a pharmacy to fill basic birth control medication. In States like Indiana, Arizona, New Jersey, New Mexico and Nevada, telemedicine regulation is especially restrictive, and patients suffer as a result. In Indiana, for example, telemedicine is defined by the state in a way that excludes care that can be provided from certain telemedicine companies, mandating a phone call or video in addition to a questionnaire in order to be considered telemedicine. Similarly, states like New Mexico and Arizona require synchronous, face-to-face video for all telemedicine; New Jersey requires a phone call for each interaction. And in Nevada, patients are required to have a pre-existing relationship with a doctor in order to be prescribed via telemedicine. Regardless of the form they take, these extra limitations mean one thing: reduced access for patients. Now more than ever, we should be focused on ways to maximize clinicians’ limited time while offering more flexibility to patients, and asynchronous telemedicine can be one answer. There’s already clear precedent for change. In Idaho Governor Brad Little recognized how this issue was impacting his constituents, and signed an executive order that gives online providers the freedom to continue using expanded telehealth and Health services to patients beyond the coronavirus emergency. It is possible for states to act fast and implement changes that allow telemedicine in their States for the duration of the pandemic. Our Governors and State leaders must act now. Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, and Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb - it's time to stop forcing women to set up an appointment or travel to a clinician's office and a pharmacy in the middle of a pandemic to fill basic birth control prescriptions and refills. Expand telemedicine legislation now to include a wider range of birth control providers and prescribers today!
Petition to YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
Stop Targeted Abuse and Harassment of Women on Social Media
"You R***i L*** Ch***le! You deserve to be R***d M******ed!" Welcome to our world of abusive online existence. Dear Policymakers, Digital Platforms, Bystanders and Harassers, The Internet is a public platform, viewed as an open, transparent, democratic and equal platform used by all sections of society. Social media forms a large part of our professional and personal lives but with it, comes digital harassment and targeted abuse. The same protection we employ to keep our surroundings safe and safeguard our civic society is also required for our digital neighbourhood. Today content creators, stand-up comedians, storytellers and actors, as well as, all women who voice their opinion strongly, are constantly targeted with vulgar memes, abusive sexual comments, bullying, name-calling and graphic images. Death and rape threats are the new normal for most women on social media. Silence and inaction towards curtailing these have only further fed into the rape culture where threats of abuse have become matters of everyday occurrences. Currently, our only options are to ignore or Report/Block and move on with our lives. But nothing substantial comes out of this and these perpetrators of abuse continue to thrive and spread hate. They even have thousands and millions of followers and fan pages, thus, systematically normalising an environment of misogyny, homophobia and abuse. These virtual public spaces are a reflection of the real public places, where women are made to feel unsafe. Women in India have been conditioned to silence their fears, anxieties, traumas and targeted abuse. This becomes our way of life, but not without impacting our sanity, mental health, self-worth and dignity. Let this be our wake-up call towards the unsafe online environment that women content creators - and all women - are living in today. We must put a hard stop at this. PRESS HERE! We must create an environment that shields us against abusive trolling, rape threats, and vulgar memes. We, on behalf of all women on social media, demand that the social media platforms create an environment where threatening and abusing women is not celebrated and championed by thousands of followers and a rape joke is deemed unacceptable and intolerable. We want the violators to pay a price commensurate to the havoc they create on women's lives. We need strong deterrents; we need an end to the impunity that exists against online violence and abuse against women. We, the concerned citizens, of all genders, demand a safe and equal space for women online. SIGN THE PETITION To All Harassers We Say, Enough Is Enough! Here’s What We Want: We demand a safe space for women in all public forums and social media like Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, etc. An environment where abusive trolling, rape threats, vulgar memes about us will not be tolerated. The existing provisions of the law that protect women against sexual harassment and abuse must be effectively deployed to fight online harassment and abuse. For that, we demand intermediary liability and redressal in the below-mentioned contexts : a) We ask all leading content platforms to be responsible for the hate, targeted abuse and harassment meted out through their platform and employ stringent measures to check and correct and be liable and accountable for any such activity on their platforms. We want robust fact-checking, language flags, account monitoring and a more efficient redressal system. b) The platforms cannot disclaim their responsibility for the content and must invest in employing enough resources to promptly deal with complaints and reports pertaining to the intimidation of women. c) Platforms must take steps to ensure that such a flagged person is not permitted to make new accounts or go private with their existing accounts that continue to violate any laws under the Indian Penal Code. We also need speedier responsiveness from cyber cells, meeting a requirement to respond within 24 hours to complaints regarding abusive and threatening content so that the said platform can disable them.We hereby encourage Freedom of Speech, Preventive culture and Bystander intervention so that we are no longer silent spectators of gender abuse and hate speech on the internet. This is our active citizenship right and women's safety is a social responsibility. The time is now to choose a side! We can choose the path of safety or be mere spectators to the abuse our women face online. ACT NOWLet’s come together and proudly stand for #IndiaAgainstAbuse. Petitioners:Breakthrough IndiaMaanvi GagrooNayana ChowdhuryNikhil TanejaPragya VatsSayani GuptaSave the ChildrenSohini BhattacharyaYuvaaWomen in Cinema Collective
Petition to Blaine County, Idaho, Residents, Attorney General, idaho school board association, idaho govenor
Investigation of the Bullying and Harassment by School Board Chair, Keith Roark
Trustee and Vice Chair Kelly Green has resigned from the Blaine County School District Board as a result of bullying and harassment claims against the current School Board Chair, Keith Roark, and the complete silence of other members including Amber Larna, Dan Turner, and Lara Stone. The accused, Mr Roark, used a classical counter to a female, ignoring her complaint, and suggested that she had other priorities (i.e., taking care of her children). Hmmm? Really, Mr Roark? The purpose of this change.org entry is to request an investigation by the relevant authorities. Investigating public officials is always a tricky business as the only person or group they are responsible for to is the electorate. Wait 4 yrs and vote them out. In this case, we should not have to wait 4 years to remove someone from office given the nature of the claims. Other board members...the SILENCE IS DEFINING!!! All i ask is for an investigation. Claims, true or false, not sure...but it should be evaluated.
Petition to Tik tok
Kick Tony Lopez off of TikTok
Tony Lopez is a 20 yr old tiktoker who is notorious for dancing around grabbing his crotch and making young girls uncomfortable. In several instances he has tried to have sex with girls as young as 15 well knowing of their age despite their discomfort. Additionally as you can see in the tweet above, Tony has objectified all women and has misogynistic tweets dating as recently as 2019. Is this who we want young girls idolizing?
Petition to Amazon, Target, Walmart, American Eagle Outfitters, Gap, Old Navy, JCPenney, Belk, Macy's, Google, Kohl's
Equalize our clothes!
As we move more into a world of online shopping and sickness prevention, wouldn't it make sense to make buying clothes easier and less confusing? With the covid-19 pandemic more places are not letting people try on clothes before they buy them and many places are not accepting returns. As a woman, this makes me not want to buy new clothes or any clothes until this is over. Do you know why that is? Because I never know my size. Sizes for women are confusing and all different depending on brand, whereas men's clothing is based on their actual measurements. I'm not sure the reason for this, but I think we should change it to be the same. We should be able to order pants by just knowing our measurements instead of trying to research our size with sizing charts and reviews, ordering our best guess, then once we get it, it doesn't fit and doesn't have pockets. EVERYTIME. I've resorted to anything stretchy to avoid this mess but it shouldn't be this way. Our world is also moving towards a more equal society that eliminates sexism, why can't the same be said for the clothing industry? Having the way to determine sizes different between two genders can be considered sexist and should be changed to basing sizes on body type and measurements, no sex involved. With all the issues surrounding sexual orientation and equality, why are companies still allowing this distinction? If a man wants to buy a dress, why does he have to research his size? Why can't he take the sizes he already knows and apply them too a dress? In conclusion, what we all want out of clothing is that it fits, protects us from the environment, reflects our personal style, and looks amazing on our bodies. This is the case for any person, no matter the gender. Let's make our sizes reflect our bodies not our gender! It's time equalize our clothes!
Petition to me
unban queef#6969 from cuties inc discord server
pls sign this to get wifey to unban me from cuties inc the invite to the discord server is : ok i take down invite because the server might get raided so um yeah sign tho but pls sign this bc i have no server to go to and im serverless now so pls help me !!!