H 1 Sexuality, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and the Internet.
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Information technologies are now part of the chemistry of activism. The struggle for digital sovereignty and freedoms online are not necessarily new; they are a continuation of existing political struggles. The internet works in a manner inimical to access and voice. Harassment, abuse, manipulation, exclusion, and discrimination— these experiences that we have known and experienced offline find their twins online…Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube are also sites of abuse and harassment, which affect women and sexual minorities disproportionately compared to the other populations online. A politicised perspective on data use and applications, and from global feminist perspectives, is much needed.
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SANTE SEXUELLE ET REPRODUCTIVE ; INTERNET ; PLAIDOYER ; MILITANTISME ; RESEAUX SOCIAUX ; VIOLENCES FAITES AUX FEMMES ; SEXISME ; HOMOPHOBIE ; ASPECT MEDICAL ; RECOMMANDATION ; ETHIQUE ; AVORTEMENT MEDICAMENTEUX ; PERSONNE HANDICAPÉE
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