What do you see when you look at a body different than your own?

Women with a disability in Colombia tend to lead isolated lives, and don't have the right to make decisions about their own bodies.

FORCED STERILISATION IS A COMMON EXPERIENCE.

Natalia and many other women and girls from Colectiva Polimorfas fight for their sexual and reproductive rights. Have you ever thought about what it's like to be seen as 'disabled'? They reject this label and call themselves 'functionally diverse.'

Together they've created a space to overcome their isolation.

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Colectiva Polimorfas looks out for women with 'functional diversity.' I stand with them!

 

Their goal? To get their communities and families to understand that they can make decisions for themselves. To end forced sterilisation and show people that it doesn't help anyone!

All around the world, feminist groups are using their knowledge, experience and passion to create radical changes. For themselves and other women, girls and transgender people. Women and girls like Natalia understand exactly what needs to be done. And Mama Cash stands with them.

 AND YOU CAN JOIN US.

Be a part of a worldwide movement, support radical change, support equality.

Count me in!

 

 BECAUSE FEMINIST ACTIVISM WORKS.

Do you support their fight against forced sterilisation? YES, I SUPPORT THEM!