Walking in the streets of central Beirut, and this sign suddenly turned up. A nice surprise, apparently thanks to a parking service company!
Posted in People, Signs, Social structures, Violence |
Tagged beirut, gbv, Gender, Gender based violence, gender equality, lebanon, parking, parking sign, photo, photos, traffic, traffic sign, traffic signs, violence against women, Women, women's rights |
In Afghanistan it is important to have many children. So it is good to make others in the traffic take caution when there’s a pregnant woman on board, right?
But what about after you have had too many kids? Oh well.
Posted in People, Photography, Signs |
Tagged Afghanistan, car, children, funny, Gender, kabul, kids, motherhood, photo, photos, pregnancy, pregnant, safety, traffic |
Walking along in the streets of the old town in Pondicherry, among flaking paint, rickshaws and dust, I see this painting rising in front of me on a wall. A small detail, but still important in a country from where we have heard too many ugly stories of violence against women cases during the last few months.
Posted in Discrimination, People, Signs, Stereotypes, Uncategorized, Violence |
Tagged Gender, gender equality, India, painting, photo, Pondicherry, respect, street art, violence, Women |