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CHALLENGE ACCEPTED @clairemccarthygram @barbarabaumel • You may have seen black & white photos from the women you follow with #womensupportingwomen #womenempoweringwomen pop up in your feed recently. The origin of this movement comes from what is happening to Turkish women - to cite @auturkishculturalclub, in recent years, reports of violence against women have skyrocketed. Well over 1,000 women have been officially killed in gender-based violence since 2010. This year has been particularly difficult for Turkish women - the combined effects of social media trolling, a plummeting economy, deepening toxic masculinity, and the COVID-19 crisis have escalated an already delicate situation. Then came Pinar Gültekin, a university student who was reported missing on July 16th. She was last seen waiting for a bus in Mugla Province. When her body was exhumed, she had been beaten, strangled, and buried in a barrel. Although her killer has been identified and taken into custody, many fear that he will be released soon or receive a light sentence - which is the case for many of the men who killed these women. In honor of #pınargültekin, let’s stand against Femicides in Turkey. Turkish people wake up every day to see black & white photos of murdered women on their social media feeds, in their newspapers, and on their TV screens. In solidarity, #challengeaccepted - not one more murdered woman. #stopviolenceagainstwomen
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