Spiked drink at the bar. Two experiences
The article was written with the aim of talking about sexual crimes in Estonia, more specifically about the danger of date rape. The article explains what to do if you suspect that you or your friend may have been drugged, and also shares information where to seek help.The story draws attention to the fact that foreigners in Estonia are in a particularly vulnerable state. Apart from the locals, they should also better understand what sexual violence and rape are and be able to react effectively if necessary. Two people share their experience and a comment from a police representative is attached. The article is published in both Estonian and English.
I did not consent to this. #MeToo story
It is a story of a young woman temporarily living and working in Estonia, who points out several urgent issues about sexual justice in Estonia.
Wars do not stand in isolation from each other, they are linked by violent structures
We must condemn all wars and treat people seeking refuge from war in a much more humane and dignified manner.
Swedish Gender Photographer Spends One Week Consuming Estonian Media
A quick picture analysis of how the Estonian media presents women and men and maintains and produces gender norms.
Kaunas Pride organizers: we do not want to hide, live in fear or conform to standards imposed on us
We decided to organise Kaunas Pride as it was something that we had hoped would happen for quite some time.
To my fellow-men on the right
All this, while there are other constructive non-sexist, non-racist projects that can help with preserving and propagating our national cultures more effectively.
Call for contributions: Tallinn Feminist Forum 2019 program
On 2 November, 2019, we are organizing a community event - Tallinn Feminist Forum (TAFF). Would you, your organization or informal group like to contribute to the program? Leave your proposal until August 8.
Who’s Afraid of the Cultural Marxist?
It’s appalling that the political discourse in Estonia has reached a point where even a moderate centrist will admit that we’ve gone into excessive, mostly leftist extremes. What are they talking about?