A former soldier says life as a woman in the world's fourth-largest army was so tough that most soon stopped menstruating. And rape, she says, was a fact of life for many of those she served with. For almost 10 years Lee So Yeon slept on the bottom bunk bed, in a room she shared with more than two dozen women. Every woman was given a small set of drawers in which to store their uniforms. On top of those drawers each kept two framed photographs. One was of North Korea's founder Kim Il-sung.
Era começo de outubro e a enfermeira Wanja Mwaura, de 32 anos, estava a caminho do mercado no bairro de Lower Kabaete, perto de Nairóbi, capital do Quênia, quando escutou alguém gritar seu nome. Feliz com a recuperação do amigo, Mwaura usou sua conta pessoal no Facebook para contar a história. "Infelizmente, ainda há um grande estigma com o uso de drogas no Quênia. Esse pode ser um dos motivos pelos quais o governo não oferece tratamento gratuito para o vício.
A chance meeting between two childhood friends helped one begin a journey back from drug addiction after many years living on the street. It was early October and Wanja Mwaura, 32, was on her way to the market in Lower Kabaete, not far from Nairobi, when she heard someone shout out her name. She looked up and was surprised to see a tall man with bulging eyes, an emaciated frame, dirtied black overalls and an equally stained thick woollen hat, sitting on the side of the road.
Harassment, rape, gratitude for skipping periods & having to go to the toilet in front of men.
All women age 18-25 are required to join #DPRK army.
I wrote about the conditions for female soldiers in #NorthKorea army.
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