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Stop Sex Trafficking by dididouli Stop Sex Trafficking by dididouli
Feminism!!! Booya!

So I made this poster for "Poster for Tomorow" ([link]).
This year, the theme of the contest was gender equality.

Here I worked on the sexual exploitation of women and girls in human trafficking.
My other work for Poster for tomorow is here [link]

I was happy to finally be able to work on a project that really matters to me. As a feminist and a designer I want to be able to make a difference.
This is just the beginning!!! *dramatic music*

No doll were harmed in the making of this project!!
When I was done, I even rewarded the doll by making her new clothes : she's now a punk rockstar with silver eyeshadow (pictures are coming)!! >: D
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Diana-darko Featured By Owner May 10, 2012
this is amazing
dididouli Featured By Owner May 13, 2012
Thank you I'm really happy you think so!
MR-NIK Featured By Owner May 9, 2012
This is really really good.
It is both alarming and also far removed enough to not be traumatizing.
The doll is identifiable as a female child but thankfully also a piece of plastic so that we aren't bludgeoned by the true image of this disgusting practice.

If I had a superpower I truly would use it to rescue trafficked women all over the world.
If evil is even a real concept, this qualifies as evil of the highest order.
I applaud you!
dididouli Featured By Owner May 13, 2012
Thanks for your amazing comment! I didn't want the poster to be triggering to anyone, so I'm happy to hear you say it was removed enough.
Sex trafficking is truly one of the most repulsive practice in the world. When I hear the stories it just make my blood boil and when I heard that the subject of the contest was women equality, I knew I had to do it.
Truly it was one of the most rewarding projects I've worked on.

And thanks again for the feedback, your comment made my day! ^^
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Submitted on
March 15, 2012
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