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Şehit sözleşmeli er, Kastamonu'da son yolculuğuna uğurlandı
Şehit sözleşmeli er, Kastamonu’da son yolculuğuna uğurlandı
Şehit sözleşmeli er, Kastamonu’da son yolculuğuna uğurlandı IRAK kuzeyinde
Pençe-Şimşek operasyonu bölgesinde teröristlerle girilen çatışmada şehit olan Piyade Sözleşmeli Er Muhammed Öztürk (23), Kastamonu’nun Taşköprü ilçesinde düzenlenen törenin ardından toprağa verildi.
Irak kuzeyinde dün Pençe-Şimşek operasyonu bölgesinde PKK’lı teröristlerle girilen çatışmada Piyade Sözleşmeli Er Muhammed…
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The Mexican government cares more about buildings and monuments than the 10 women and little girls killed EVERY DAY in the country.
They surrounded the “National Palace” with metal walls to prevent “vandalism” from paint, glitter and banners like last year.
They protect and defend the walls from paint better than they protect us from being kidnapped, raped, killed or letting our abusers roam free.
They placed walls to protect their buildings from the upcoming March 8th Woman’s Day march, but we still found a way to protest and make our voices known.
“Femicide Victims” written in big letters with paint across the metal walls, and underneath the names of the women and girls who aren’t with us anymore.
( Picture by: https://www.instagram.com/p/CMG_II9nrwT/?igshid=u2hb64t5odl3 )
As the day passed phrases were projected on the front of Palacio Nacional like:
“A rapist will not be governor.”
(Pictures by: https://twitter.com/tania_tagle/status/1368743529623810049?s=21 )
And soon enough more and more women joined in and gathered at the Zocalo to place, signs, pictures, flowers and more stuff to remember the ones that aren’t here with us anymore and to take over something that was meant to shut us out at the beginning.
(Picture by: https://twitter.com/lilifavela_/status/1368737193527816196?s=21 )
(Pictures by: https://www.instagram.com/p/CMJL0OWD_yi/?igshid=1u5bdgic9vww4 )
“The wall that got turned into a memorial”
We are tired, we are angry, we are worried and scared. We are often demonized by the mexican media and mocked by many other mexicans for protesting in different ways, from peaceful to non-peaceful. But we will keep fighting and raising our voices!
For our sisters
For our mothers
For our aunts
For our daughters
For our grandmothers
For everyone who isn’t here anymore.
This is just a little bit of everything that’s happening in Mexico, I encourage you to share and search more about this subject. (https://abcnews.go.com/International/380-women-killed-mexico-year-activists-cultural-change/story?id=69258389)
Help us raise our voices, help us be heard!
ETA: A really regrettable number of transphobes have got hold of this, so, to anyone coming to this who isn't a hateful person, be aware of that.
According to The Guardian, there is a growing medical consensus supporting the idea that there are three different types of endometriosis, which up until recently had all been treated the same. Though all forms of endometriosis involve tissue similar to that found inside uterine walls growing in other parts of the body, this “errant tissue,” as doctors call it, is not always the primary cause of the pain they experience.
For those with the type of endometriosis that causes painful ovarian cysts, surgery is often the best option. However, new research has found that 80 percent of those who suffer from the disease actually have the superficial form—known as peritoneal endometriosis—and their pain is caused by the ways that nerve endings interact with the tissue, rather than the tissue itself.
Because surgery involves doctors slicing through nerve endings in order to cut out that tissue, it’s likely to cause patients more pain in the long run. Often, doctors attempt these surgeries multiple times.
Scientists have known about the different categories of endometriosis for a decade, but they have only received funding for further research in the past five years. And it is only recently that endometriosis has been taken more seriously: Historically, many doctors have not believed patients who report their pain, despite nearly 40 percent of people with endometriosis reporting pain so severe it has resulted in an emergency room visit, according to a 2020 U.K. study...
Üç adım atlamada Necati Er, olimpiyatı 6'ncı tamamladı
Üç adım atlamada Necati Er, olimpiyatı 6’ncı tamamladı
Üç adım atlamada Necati Er, olimpiyatı 6’ncı tamamladı Ercan ATA – ANKARA / DHA
Türkiye üç adım rekortmeni Necati Er, 3 adım atlamada 73 yıl sonra 2. finalimizi getirerek 2020 Tokyo Olimpiyat Oyunları’nda 6’ncı oldu.
1948 olimpiyatlarında 3 adım atlamada Ruhi Sarıalp’le kazanılan bronz madalyanın dışında finali dahi olmayan Türkiye, 73 yıl sonra finali Necati Er’le yakaladı. 73 yıl sonra finale…
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when mutuals reblog with "me and who" in the tags... you and me ofc <33
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