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The Words We Use Are Another Form of Violence Against Female Bodies

Words Matter and Shape Our Realities — Are You Ready to Care?

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Like two faces of the same coin, words have the power to make you plunge into either one reality or the other. That’s what Ilia, a creator who inspires me a lot on social media, experienced one day at the fertility clinic. As soon as Ilia entered…

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Diahala Doucouré

Diahala Doucouré

(She/ her) 30-something Afro-European woman. I share personal essays and opinion pieces about periods, sexual health and body positivity.

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