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Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Bloghers Act Poll

Blogher has opened the Blogher's Act Cause - one cause they would like women bloggers to focus on making a tangible change in over the next year - up for a vote. Many of them included health issues.

Obviously, for the purposes of So Sioux Me, I voted for Girls Health . There are quite a few women's health issues that could be resolved before a girl reaches womanhood. Can we say HPV vaccine, dating violence, body image, self worth, eating disorders, sexual abuse, to name only a few.






Please participate in the poll through Aug. 25 at midnight. United, women can impact the world, divided we're just nagging, bitching and complaining with limited power to change anything. Click here to put your two cents in.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think teen pregnancy needs to be included in girls health. Many many teen pregnancys can be prevented if people would educate young girls about it more often.

So Sioux Me said...

I absolutely agree.

Tracee

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Bloghers Act Poll

Blogher has opened the Blogher's Act Cause - one cause they would like women bloggers to focus on making a tangible change in over the next year - up for a vote. Many of them included health issues.

Obviously, for the purposes of So Sioux Me, I voted for Girls Health . There are quite a few women's health issues that could be resolved before a girl reaches womanhood. Can we say HPV vaccine, dating violence, body image, self worth, eating disorders, sexual abuse, to name only a few.






Please participate in the poll through Aug. 25 at midnight. United, women can impact the world, divided we're just nagging, bitching and complaining with limited power to change anything. Click here to put your two cents in.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think teen pregnancy needs to be included in girls health. Many many teen pregnancys can be prevented if people would educate young girls about it more often.

So Sioux Me said...

I absolutely agree.

Tracee