Gov campaign against oppression & power abuse

With the influx of info coming in from all sides of the ring, women finally got to stand up and speak up. Thank God. Obviously, #metoo. But that's old news. Any woman in any industry has felt the creep of insinuation and meaning behind something that shouldn't have been there in the first place. Or the blatant display of not so subtle power abuse.


This is why I was very glad to have been able to take part in a recent Quebec Government campaign against sexual harassment and oppression, in which they had three women pose with an empowering look and statement about what it means to be hindered upon.

My poster was against domestic violence. Being told what to think - or silenced.

I think the images they produced speak volumes, and I'm just glad to have been part of it.