Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Ixquic Habla de La legalidad-ilegalidad de la Libertad Sexual

Leer los comentarios de Sunshine o Bluesol en el periodico Centroamerica 21 fue una alerta roja para supervisar lo que nuestros hijos hacen en el internet. http://centroamerica21.com/

Por supuesto que yo no estoy en ningun sentido criticando a Sunshine, cuando lei su historia, solo queria recordarle que tiene a su familia, tiene a los lideres religiosos, tiene a personas calificadas que le pueden dar el apoyo para superar este impase por el "posible peligro" de estar contactando personas peligrosas. En mi caso yo creo que Sunshine es una joven inteligente y muy analitica, asi que concluyo que un dia ella ya no sentira esa soledad a la que alude en el articulo. Ademas aprecio mucho el hecho de que ella compartio su experiencia, ese aporte es un gesto que hay que admirar.

Mi interes por esta situacion, me llevo a contactar a Ixquic para saber cuales son las medidas legales a seguir para la proteccion de los jovenes en El Salvador, asi que por favor no se pierdan su comentario a este caso, esta redactado muy serio y profesional, vale la pena leerlo.

Ademas les invito a leer estos links que son muy importantes especialmente en esta era del internet, recuerden que conocimiento es poder:

  1. http://strategis.ic.gc.ca/epic/site/cyby-cybj.nsf/en/h_uz00095e.html
  2. http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2006/10/08/MNGAULL53D1.DTL

  3. http://www.catwinternational.org/
  4. http://www.unodc.org/unodc/trafficking_human_beings.html
  5. http://www.globalfundforwomen.org/cms/
  6. http://www.gaatw.net/
  7. http://www.freetheslaves.net/
  8. http://www.protectionproject.org/
  9. http://www.hrw.org/
  10. http://www.state.gov/g/tip/rls/fs/2005/51351.htm .
Todos estos articulos estan escritos en Ingles pero lo puede traducir con: http://babelfish.altavista.com/

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dear blogger:
In life we make choices, good or bad, that depends on who is the one making those choices. As individuals we should make our own, and let others make theirs.
We should not feel compel to measure other people's choices as "good" or "bad" according to our own values and principles.
That attitude make us righteous and God now we are not perfect either. So please, don't try to fix something that isn't broken. It may be broken trough our eyes only.Love. Anonymous.

Silvia Porras said...

You remind me of something I read in this book "Imagine a Woman in Love with Herself" many years ago.

1- Imagine a woman who believes it is right and good that she is a woman who honours her experience and tells her stories, who refuses to carry the sins of others within her body and life.


2- Imagine a woman who has acknowledged the past's influence on the present. A woman who has walked through her past. Who has healed into the present.

3- Imagine a woman who in love with her body. A woman who believes her body is enough, just as it is. Who celebrates her body's rhythms and cycles as an exquisite resource.

4- Imagine a woman who embraces her sexuality as her own. A woman who delights in pleasuring herself. Who experience erotic sensations without guilt or shame.

5- Imagine a woman who celebrates the accumulation of her years and wisdom. Who refuses to use her precious life-energy disguising the changes in her body and life.

6- Imagine a woman who has access to the full range of human emtion. A woman who expresses her feelings clearly and directly. Who allows them to pass through her gracefully as a breath.

7- Imagine a woman who tells the truth. A woman who trusts her experience of the world and expresses it. Who refuses to defer to the thoughts, perceptions, and responses of others.

8- Imagine a woman who follows her creative impulses, who produces original creations. Who refuses to colour inside someone else's lines.

9- Imagine a woman who names her own gods. A woman who imagines the divine in her image and likeness. Who designs a personal spirituality to inform her daily life.

10- Imagine a woman who refuses to surrender to gods, gurus, and higher powers. A woman who has descended into her own inner life. Who asserts her will in harmony with its impulses and instincts.

11- Imagine a woman who embraces her own life as a teacher, healer and challenge. Who is grateful for the ordinary moments of beauty and grace.

12- Imagine a woman who authors her own life. Who trusts her inner sense of what is right for her. Who refuses to twist her life out of shape to meet the expectation of others.

13- Imagine a woman who participates in her own life. A woman who meets each challenge with creativity. Who takes action on her own with clarity and strength.

14- Imagine a woman who has crafted a fully formed solicitude, who is available to herself. Who chooses friends and lovers with the capacity to respect her solicitude.


15- Imagine a woman who refuses to diminish her life so that others will feel better. Who brings the fullness of her years, experience and wisdom into each relationship. Who expects others to be challenge and blessed by her presence in their lives.

16- Imagine a woman who assumes equality in her relationships. Who no longer believes she is inferior to men, and in need of their salvation. Who has taken her rihtful place beside them in the human community.

17- Imagine a woman who refuses to use her precious life-energy managing crisis and conflict. Whose relationship deepen in satifaction and contentment without depleting her. Who chooses freinds and lovers with the necessary skills to navigate throuh life.

18- Imagine a woman who values the woman in her life. Who sits in circles of women. Who is reminded of the truth about herself when she forgets.

19- Imagine a woman who has relinquished the desire for intellectual safety and approval. Who makes a powerful statment with every word she speaks, every action she takes. Who asserts her right to reorder the world.

20- Imagine a woman who has grown in knowledge and love of herself. Who has vowed faithfulness to her own life and capacity. Who remains loyal to herself.