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I refuse to be intimidated because #MyBodyIsMine

My body belongs to me

Posted in Blog 1 month 3 weeks ago

My name is Christie and I am one of the four women featured in ActionAid’s My Body Is Mine campaign. The campaign helps women and girls reclaim their bodies, speak out against any form of violence and proudly say My Body Is Mine without fear of retribution.I am a 21-year-old activist from Nigeria and would like to share my #MyBodyIsMine story with you.

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