“But It’s Not Fair”
Addressing a New Landscape of Laws
The law is not static; it’s a living entity, adapting and morphing as society evolves. That’s why the third edition of “But It’s Not Fair” needed to come to life. This edition addresses the significant changes in UK law around Forced Marriage, including issues of virginity testing, hymenoplasty, and the monumental shift in the age of consent for marriage being raised to 18.
Why Virginity Testing and Hymenoplasty Are Crucial Topics
Virginity testing and hymenoplasty have sadly become part and parcel of the forced marriage discourse. These practices are not just medically unnecessary but are fundamentally rooted in gender inequality. They subject young women to humiliation and emotional trauma, thereby perpetuating a cycle of Dishonour Abuse.
Celebrating Legal Milestones: The Age of Consent
One of the most notable legal changes in the UK has been the raising of the age of consent for marriage to 18. This isn’t just a number; it’s a safeguard against child marriage and a victory for human rights. By incorporating this into the new edition, the book aims to educate the young and the old alike on this significant milestone.
A Book for All School Children
The ambition is clear: “But It’s Not Fair” should be in the hands of every school child in the UK. It’s not merely a book but an educational package, designed to nurture critical thinking and moral clarity.
Young Men: Part of the Solution
Discussions on Forced Marriage often centre around young women, but young men play an equally vital role. They need to be part of the conversation and, more importantly, part of the solution. Only when both genders understand the gravitas of Forced Marriage can we hope to eradicate it.
The Unwavering Mission of Freedom Charity
Freedom Charity has been at the forefront of these battles, and the third edition of “But It’s Not Fair” is yet another arrow in our quiver. The book has been lauded widely, receiving excellent reviews on platforms like Amazon. It aims to serve as a catalyst for meaningful dialogue and tangible change.
A Final Word
As the third edition of “But It’s Not Fair” rolls off the presses, it carries with it ink and the hopes and dreams of a society that wishes to consign Forced Marriage to the annals of history. But It’s Not Fair” by Aneeta Prem: A Groundbreaking Update on Forced Marriage and Legal Reforms
As Mother’s Day approaches, we are reminded of the unconditional love and selflessness of our mothers. In this guide, we will explore ways to celebrate and cherish our mothers, not just on this special day, but every day.
Mother’s Day is a day of celebration, a day to honour our mothers for their unwavering love, their sacrifices, and their dedication to their families. It is a day to show our gratitude and appreciation for everything they have done for us.
My Mum, My Inspiration
My mum, Savita Prem, is an extraordinary woman. She is beautiful inside and out, and her love and care have been the driving force behind everything I have accomplished in my life. Losing my dad, Chandra Shekhar, was one of the most challenging moments in our lives. Mum almost had to become my mum and dad. We held on to each other because we didn’t have anyone else to hold onto.
A Selfless Love
My mum’s love is selfless, she gives without expecting anything in return. She is always there for me, supporting me in every decision I make, even when those decisions are difficult. She invested all our money into a bungalow that I later decided to demolish. However, she supported me in building our new home. She agreed to leave everything we had known to move to the country. She supported my friends as if they were her own children, a loving Nannie and Mum.
My Mum Savita supported me and helped me with Freedom charity when I founded it.
Celebrating Mother’s Day
Mother’s Day is a time to show our appreciation and love for our mothers. It is an opportunity to make them feel special and let them know how much we love and care for them. Here are some ways to celebrate Mother’s Day:
the way of showing your mother how much you care. You can get her something she has been wanting for a long time or make a handmade gift that she will cherish forever. A handmade card for mothers day means so much to any mum and shows how much you care.
Spend Quality Time Together
Spending time with your mother is one of the best ways to celebrate Mother’s Day. You can take her out for a walk, have a picnic, or watch a movie together. The most important thing is to be present and enjoy each other’s company. Today Mum Vinny and I spend a lovely afternoon having a nice lunch and enjoying Mum’s company.
In conclusion, Mother’s Day is a day to celebrate and cherish our mothers. It is a day to show our gratitude and appreciation for everything they have done for us. We should celebrate our mothers not just on this special day, but every day. Let us take this opportunity to make our mothers feel special and loved.