The 80000 Too Many is an abortion storytelling project to demystify and destigmatize abortion, with the broader goal of strengthening lobbying, and resource mobilization and facilitating creative collaboration to decriminalize and support safe abortion in Zimbabwe.
Feminist Voices Zimbabwe envisions a world where stories, conversation, and creative expression are used to challenge worldviews, values, and practices – by providing frames of references, reliability, and community. We want to empower women to participate in society and amplify the voices of those marginalized, making them visible in feminist practice.
We believe in creating an inclusive environment that promotes diversity and equality for all individuals, regardless of their gender identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, religion, ability or socio-economic background.
We recognize the interconnectedness of various forms of oppression and how they intersect with one another. We strive to promote social justice by addressing issues of race, gender, sexuality and other forms of marginalization.
We aim to empower individuals to take control over their own sexual and reproductive health choices through education and access to information.
We advocate for the rights of all individuals to have access to comprehensive sexual and reproductive health services without discrimination or barriers.
We hold ourselves accountable for our actions and strive to be transparent in our decision-making processes.
We believe in working collaboratively with other organizations and stakeholders who share our values in order to achieve a common goal of promoting sexual and reproductive health rights for all.
We approach all individuals with dignity and respect regardless of their choices or lifestyles.
We work towards ensuring that our spaces are accessible for all individuals by welcoming feminists as they are.
I have been queer all my life,on this fateful day my friends invited me to a party because I enjoyed…
I was 19 years old,already a teen mum.I found myself pregnant again.The man responsible had visited from another town and…