So this interview is from our teenage podcast, “Teenage Dramas”, I thought you guys should listen to it because the tips given here apply even to us adults. We have here, Tinashe, a domestic violence survivor, giving our teens tips on how to spot an abuser and also explaining what abuse is, because some people especially teenagers are being abused without even knowing it. Take a listen and let us know what you think, find the link below or you can find the podcast on ITunes, Spotify, and iHeart Radio.
Let’s not force the girl child into marriage because she has come home late and you tell her to, ‘go back to where you are coming from?’ Because of this backward reasoning the boys and young men see you doing this, many a times they lock the girls so they can be intentionally late and where does this leave the girl child? This is all about critiquing our traditions to bring positive changes that prepare the youth for global citizenship.
Love Always Tinashe
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Take responsibility and accumulate woods for rainy days!
How can a president stand in front of a church with a bible in the midst of violence and abuse? Sorry but faith without action is dead.
How can a president ask a nation to pray and fast? Whilst they have innocent young women claiming to have been tortured and raped under his nose yet the leaders do nothing, hypocrites!!!!
As a passionate advocate, author, and motivational speaker Tinashe La is no stranger to standing up in the face of adversity.
“Above all else, I am a passionate advocate who was reborn in order to raise the curtain and start the conversation by breaking down the walls of silence and educating men, women and youth about domestic violence.
Many people are afraid of speaking out because of what other people will say, LET THEM TALK, YOU JUST DO YOU👉.
Let your fruits speak for themselves.