Speak up for the people who can’t πŸ’ͺ

Hey lovelies πŸ’•,

Today I just wanted to talk about something important. I will talk about how important it is to speak up for the people who can’t. Many people in our world can’t speak up for their human rights because they may live in countries where there’s a war and are afraid of speaking up. There can be consequences of speaking up. I will talk about many subjects related to this. I hope it will inspire people and make this world a better place to live in πŸŒβœ¨πŸ™

I was thinking about this topic when I was listening a few days ago to a postcast from Yoga Girl. It was about the abortion ban in some states in America. This is going on right now and it’s really scary. It felt good to hear this important topic which I also agreed on. I believe that every woman has the right to choose to do what they want with their body and whether they want to have children or not. I don’t want that we are going backwards in history.

It’s really terrifying what’s happening in America. This abortion ban will be bad for all women. Even women who are raped will not have the choice to do an abortion. It’s just a horrible thought for women to have a baby from being raped. You can choose to not do abortion for yourself but to ban it is just not aceptable. It’s a human right. It feels like they are now making a political issue of it. That’s why it’s so important to speak about this. We can’t just accept this. I was happy to go to the first feminist strike in Spain last year and speak up about all the injustice we women have to suffer. We live in a patriarchal world and this just has to change.

This subject isn’t only about women. Speaking up implies in many subjects. Racism still exists and people who say it doesn’t are just afraid to speak about it. They ignore it when it is there. I loved the postcast of Yoga Girl where she talked about white supremacy as I agree so much with it. It feels like an uncomfortable conversation but we have to talk about it and discuss it.

I don’t want the benefits of being a white person. I just want everyone in the world to be equal. I want them to have the same human rights. I want everyone have the same school and job opportunities. I don’t accept people of colour being rejected for a job. I have a good friend of Irak and I hear her stories. She had to leave her country because of war just like many people from Syria and other people from other countries are doing right now. I believe there has to be a good migration plan in every country. Some countries almost don’t accept immagration whereas other countries have an overflow. There has to be a better system for all where everyone feels comfortable, happy and equal.

Also I made this poem below for this blog post and also shared it on my Instagram Sea of words. I hope you will all like this poem. Being bullied made me scared and anxious to speak up. It made me be silenced. I still have a hard time to speak up but I’m learning it because it’s so important to do.

We have to speak up for the people who can’t speak up. I always love to see people speaking up about important topics such as mental health because it makes me feel less alone while struggling from anxiety. If we speak up about an important topic or issue it will make other people feel less alone. It also inspires other people to speak up and to make this world a better world to live in 🌍✨. Even if it makes us scared we have to speak up. Let’s do it all together! Yeahhh, we can do it! πŸ’ͺ

Thank you all for reading this blog post. I hope it all inspired you and you loved it. What do you think of speaking up about important topics? Do you also speak up in life? Are you afraid of speaking up and how do you deal with it? Let me know lovelies 😘 I will speak to you all in my next blog post.

Much love πŸ’•,

xoxo Christina

17 thoughts on “Speak up for the people who can’t πŸ’ͺ

  1. Very beautiful. We do have to speak up for those who can’t. There are a lot of problems going on in the world that very few people know about because there is no news coverage in these areas. A lot of people are also pressured by society because their voices may be in the minority. Nice post xx

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    1. Thank you so much for reading! πŸ’• Yes so true! That’s why we have to speak up for those people. There are so many people suffering in the world. I hope with speaking up we can those people in need πŸ™

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  2. I agree 100%! It scares me to know my country is going backwards in so many ways. Racism, women’s rights…it’s scary. I understand everyone has opinions, but to try and control what a woman does with her body is just wrong. I know personally, I don’t think I would be able to go through with an abortion. But I will never tell another woman what to do because it’s not my body. If we make it illegal, women will still find a way to have these procedures done, it just won’t be safe. I mean, my grandmother had an abortion in the 1930’s when it was illegal. Fortunately, she was able to have kids later on down the road. But if something had gone wrong, I wouldn’t be here today!

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    1. Thank you so much for your comment πŸ’— and for reading. I’m happy you agree with me. Yes it’s definitely scary. It’s okay if you wouldn’t want to have an abortion. I just wish every women has the right to choice what they want as it’s their body you know. You are so right. It’s important that the procedures are safe. I’m glad everything worked out for your grandmother and that you are here of course!

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      1. Yes, I agree. If I have the choice not to have one, other women should be able to choose to have one. And I don’t think anyone truly knows what they would do until they’re in a bad situation.

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  3. Yes, I wholeheartedly agree with this. And thank you for the courage to speak out on here. It’s like, it’s only okay to speak out if you agree with what β€œthey” believe. Otherwise, labels and total misunderstandings abound. This encourages others to use their voices too, when we feel united and like people are backing us up. 🌎

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    1. I’m so glad you agree with me! πŸ’— Yes so true. We have to form our own opinions and be able to say them without any fear. We may have different nationalities and religions but at the end we are all human. We are all one ✨

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  4. Same with where I am right now. UAE, where most people’s religion is Muslim. I have Muslim friends and some of them sometimes have the fear of not speaking up because it is contradicting to what their religion is saying.

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    1. I can understand you. Thank you for sharing this. It must be really hard to not be able to speak up. If they can’t do it then we have to do it for themπŸ’ͺπŸ’—


  5. you are so special and wonderful ❀️❀️ I love this so much and you inspire me !! We really do have to use our voices and platforms for the greater good. These are some beautiful words xxx

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    1. Thank you so much beautiful 😍 You are amazing too! I’m so happy to hear that I inspire you. I love to inspire others and to be inspired by others ✨ You are so right! I love you xxxx


  6. Yes! I so agree with your comments in this post. I used to be very shy and I still am afraid to voice my opinions, but I’m slowly starting to learn to speak up because as you say we have to for those who can’t for whatever reasons. I also think a migration plan is a good idea. So many people, certainly here in the UK, seem to have stereotyped ideas of what refugees bring (and take) from a country and get blamed for there being so few jobs and housing problems but when you think rationally about it these people have been forced to leave their country, which cannot be an ideal situation for anybody.

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    1. Thank you so much! πŸ’— I also still am afraid sometimes but we can do it step by step πŸ’ͺ. I so agree with your words. Going through war and having to leave your own country because of that must be really hard. They need to get the help they need.


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