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  • Julio

    Girls in the Philippines are discriminated against due to culture and customary gender biases. Girls are given less food despite their nutritional needs and often impoverished girls do not attend school. There culture places them in an abused and submissive role. Society sees these women as sex objects and stereotypes them as such. This is changing thanks to Fair Trade! ~Posted by your Compassion Entrepreneur, Monica Petrie (

  • Jeff Davis

    3. Even a computer powered google image search reflects our screwed up biases.

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