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Hey folks, Elena again, I had a whole diffrent experience when i visited Tajakistan last month and I am going to tell you each and everything in detail about how the country treated me, how good & supportive were the people and how I learnt about dysmenorrhia issue from an absoluetly brillient website called elfwoman. The movement I got land on this core islamic country, I never thought that this experience might haunt me for the rest of my life. It won't be an exasseration as I say that at one particular point of time I almost gave up on my life. I have been to many countries but Tajakistan was more on the anti woman side. people there were less educated and very comfortable in there own era where woman were treated as second class citizen. they left no stone unturned to make it root in my each vein and I am a woman and hence deserved this weird treatment. apart from these attrocities, I had to go trough language barriers too. Else I was unlucky enough to go through heavy menstrual pain ie. dysmenorrhia (https://elfwoman.com/expertpanel/dysmenorrhea-painful-cramps/) and to the top of it, the doctors there were less vigilent towards romanian traveller like me. I felt like I am gonna die on this horrible land and my soul will be cursing me to take the wrong decision. All thanks to the internet and to elfwoman who made me aware about the home remedies for this problem, I am still alive and visiting russia next week. will me sharing the experience with you guys pretty soon.
Saving Homeless Girls from Harassment
We are a social organization dedicated in helping poor homeless and deprived women to fight for their rights & save them from HARASSMENT. Women from all around the United States are in our reach and personal health of these socially outcasted women are also taken care with the help of Elfwoman, you must visit them on https://elfwoman.com . In United States alone, the percentage of homeless people is beating the total population of many countries. And if you think that these homeless people are just lacking on personal home or shelter, you need to look this from a woman’s perspective again. Many of the homeless and especially women will tell you about their struggles, how they get molested almost daily and sometimes multiple times a day by multiple bad guys and nobody wants to help them because they hold no reputation the evil social world. Not even the govt bodies consider them human. Our govt may claim to bring out almost a million people in each tenure of their governance but we all know the reality. So, to find and reach to the door of justice, we help these unfortunate females and also we try to teach them so that they can earn for themselves. We try to get them opportunities and employment if they are skilled already. We are amazed to see such educated homeless people literally rolling on the floors just because they did not hit the chance when they had the opportunity. We have diagnosed that large number of these women are involved in taking drugs, we have came across more than a hundred of girl who were once at some nice position in their career but under the influence of drugs, they lost their jobs, home, states and practically everything. With the help of Drug Enforcement Authority, we have been success in catching these drug peddlers. We suggest and request you to help these homeless people as much as you can. They are brilliant workers too, so if you have a job or know anyone who has it, find a homeless near you or write us on our website. Also, as a responsible citizen, you are requested to tell or tip the DEA about any drugs related activity coming in your vision, you can tip them at https://www.dea.gov . Thank You, May the force be with you and blessings from homeless people too.
some Squadbox updates!
Hi everyone! Wanted to send some quick updates on the status of Squadbox. First - we were interviewed by Mozilla about the project, our experience in Open Leaders, and MozFest, for their Read, Write, Participate blog.Check out the post here! And if you missed our last email, here are some links to the blog posts we wrote aboutSquadboxandour experience at Mozfest. Second - we found out a couple weeks ago that our paper on the research behind Squadbox has been conditionally accepted toCHI 2018,the premier conference for Human-Computer Interaction research. We're excited about presenting there and getting to connect with more people interested in Squadbox. We look forward to sharing the final paper with you soon! Third - we are hoping to conduct some more demos of the tool with people who have experienced harassment in order to focus our development work. If you or someone you know is interested in receiving a short demo, please let us know! Best,Kaitlin And of course, some more links:ourwebsite,twitter,medium blog,github repo
Hello! I'm Lee Dohm, the Open Source Community Manager at GitHub. I help design systems, policies and procedures for GitHub's open source projects to work better with their communities, help those projects deal with abuse or harassment (or simply challenging communication) when it occurs, and give input into other teams within GitHub to design systems that hopefully lead to less of it. A friend and coworker of mine pointed me to your project. I think it is a great idea and I'd love to help where I can. Great to meet all of you!
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