Wednesday, 13 February 2019

V-DAY: Turn Pain into Power & End Violence Against Women

Sara is inch Love with, Swiss blogger, influencer, VDAY, violence against women, ethnical fashion, Africa, Columbia, Mama Tierre, Haimanns, Tauta Home, Venezuela, flamingo, L.O.M. Gucci, pink hair, girl power, Zurich, head wrap, turban
Sara is inch Love with, Swiss blogger, influencer, VDAY, violence against women, ethnical fashion, Africa, Columbia, Mama Tierre, Haimanns, Tauta Home, Venezuela, flamingo, L.O.M. Gucci, pink hair, girl power, Zurich, head wrap, turban
Sara is inch Love with, Swiss blogger, influencer, VDAY, violence against women, ethnical fashion, Africa, Columbia, Mama Tierre, Haimanns, Tauta Home, Venezuela, flamingo, L.O.M. Gucci, pink hair, girl power, Zurich, head wrap, turban
Sara is inch Love with, Swiss blogger, influencer, VDAY, violence against women, ethnical fashion, Africa, Columbia, Mama Tierre, Haimanns, Tauta Home, Venezuela, flamingo, L.O.M. Gucci, pink hair, girl power, Zurich, head wrap, turban
Sara is inch Love with, Swiss blogger, influencer, VDAY, violence against women, ethnical fashion, Africa, Columbia, Mama Tierre, Haimanns, Tauta Home, Venezuela, flamingo, L.O.M. Gucci, pink hair, girl power, Zurich, head wrap, turban
Sara is inch Love with, Swiss blogger, influencer, VDAY, violence against women, ethnical fashion, Africa, Columbia, Mama Tierre, Haimanns, Tauta Home, Venezuela, flamingo, L.O.M. Gucci, pink hair, girl power, Zurich, head wrap, turban
Sara is inch Love with, Swiss blogger, influencer, VDAY, violence against women, ethnical fashion, Africa, Columbia, Mama Tierre, Haimanns, Tauta Home, Venezuela, flamingo, L.O.M. Gucci, pink hair, girl power, Zurich, head wrap, turban
Sara is inch Love with, Swiss blogger, influencer, VDAY, violence against women, ethnical fashion, Africa, Columbia, Mama Tierre, Haimanns, Tauta Home, Venezuela, flamingo, L.O.M. Gucci, pink hair, girl power, Zurich, head wrap, turban
Sara is inch Love with, Swiss blogger, influencer, VDAY, violence against women, ethnical fashion, Africa, Columbia, Mama Tierre, Haimanns, Tauta Home, Venezuela, flamingo, L.O.M. Gucci, pink hair, girl power, Zurich, head wrap, turban
Sara is inch Love with, Swiss blogger, influencer, VDAY, violence against women, ethnical fashion, Africa, Columbia, Mama Tierre, Haimanns, Tauta Home, Venezuela, flamingo, L.O.M. Gucci, pink hair, girl power, Zurich, head wrap, turban
Sara is inch Love with, Swiss blogger, influencer, VDAY, violence against women, ethnical fashion, Africa, Columbia, Mama Tierre, Haimanns, Tauta Home, Venezuela, flamingo, L.O.M. Gucci, pink hair, girl power, Zurich, head wrap, turban
Sara is inch Love with, Swiss blogger, influencer, VDAY, violence against women, ethnical fashion, Africa, Columbia, Mama Tierre, Haimanns, Tauta Home, Venezuela, flamingo, L.O.M. Gucci, pink hair, girl power, Zurich, head wrap, turban


Let's not celebrate the 14th of February as a commercial event and get told by shops to buy flowers, perfume, and sweets as proof of our love! Let's celebrate love all the time and make a difference on the 14th with V-Day, the global activist movement to end violence against all women and girls – transgender and cisgender and those with fluid identities! Tell the world we don't accept harassment, oppression, rape, battery, incest, female genital mutilation, and sex slavery. We are women, we unite and we shall support each other!

According to the United Nations, one of every three women does personally experience physical or sexual violence during her life. 1998, author and playwright Eve Ensler started the V-Day movement after experiencing sexual trauma and the desire to reclaim her own body. The V stands for Victory, Valentine, and Vagina according to her. She created a play called the "Vagina Monologues" and took a step further into action to start a movement as a call for women's rights.

Since its start, the V-Day movement has raised more than $80 million for their anti-violence programs and safe houses in The Congo, Haiti, Kenya, Egypt, and Iraq. V-Day organizes thousands of events in over 140 countries.

The vision of V-Day is a world where women live safely and free. The organization is fighting for it with art, by spreading lasting social and cultural change, by giving local women who know their community a voice and leadership and by looking at the intersection of race, class, and gender to understand violence against women.

Find out more about the movement here: vday.org
Join the first V-Day event in Zurich: vdayzurich.ch

My Outfit: 
Dress: Sara Al Ojayan, Bag: Mama Tierra, Bag Strap: Tauta Home, Headwrap: Hanimanns,
Earrings: L.O.M., Flamingo Ring: Animazul, Sunglasses: Gucci, Shoes: Kat Maconie,
Kneesocks: Becksöndergaard, Coat: Lazy Oaf

Pictures: Marco Borromeo

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