We constantly hear in the news gender-based violence cases around the world. Not all of them end up in death, but we can still talk about violence against women. Probably, if we were talking about an outbreak of "x" disease, we would be talking about a pandemic and not about independent cases, as many media want to make us believe.
From here we want to say ENOUGH and we want to do our bit with these quotes against gender-based violence to help prevent and educate boys, girls, men, and women.
We don't want any more victims of any kind; we want a society educated in equality, respect, and freedom. Here you have 30 quotes against gender violence!
We begin the list of quotes against gender-based violence with a message that should be clear: if, unfortunately, a woman is already in a situation of gender-based violence, it is always a good time (as sooner the better) to say "enough" and start the life she deserves.
This quote explains reality. Abusers make the victims feel responsible for the abuse.
The quote against gender-based violence that best explains what violence is. We shouldn't allow a single gesture of contempt towards us.
Nicole Kidman is one of the UN ambassadors and makes clear the seriousness of the matter and the importance and urgency that must be given to this issue.
Violence against women should concern not only women but men as well.
We continue with this list of quotes against gender violence in a more poetic but still direct way. Surrender is not a possibility, there is always something to cling to within us and to fight for in order to eradicate violence.
It's clear, right? It is everyone's job to fight for a society where no woman is subjected to the violence of a man.
And we have the right; let's do the impossible so that this becomes a reality and ceases to be a utopia.
After the amount of violence and abuse women suffer on the street, we must listen to things like "be brave". Of course we are brave, but we don't need to be encouraged to be brave, or that going out on the street should be something that requires courage, we really need to have the same right to be free.
And we would add: you stop being a person.
Got it? It can't be put any straighter than that.
You're not alone! There are many ways to get out of hell, you just have to find them.
Not only fear, anything, report it!
We're tired of gender inequality, let's do something about it.
Today, a utopia, but we must fight to make it real. Stop violence!
Let's all raise our voices, both men and women so that we can put an end to gender inequality.
So do not touch if you don't have the consent to do so.
We continue with the list of quotes against gender violence with this invitation. As we have already said, it is everyone's job to put an end to this.
That is why we must all fight on the side that ends gender-based violence in the world.
No means no.
There's not much else to say...
Hence the question, isn't it silly that it still exists, then?
A very curious and at the same time shameful fact: the number of times an aggressor's behavior is justified by how the victim dresses (or speaks or acts). Why don't we ask ourselves what is really important and act to put an end to it?
And that is what we must all achieve through the fight for equality and the non-existence of violence that kills many women.
Be one of those good men and speak out for women.
This quote against gender-based violence tells us that education is really important in this matter. If you want men to respect women as they respect other men, make sure they learn how to do so, right from the beginning.
Precious words that well describe the importance of being a strong, brave woman who fights for the freedom that others insist on taking away from you.
It's true. We need to continue working on this important issue and keep making progress.
We put an end to this list of quotes against violence against women with this one from the United Nations Secretary-General, to recognize the merit of all people who fight to eradicate gender-based violence but also to call for many more to join in a fight for equality, respect, and freedom for women.