Melanie Chisholm, Bodily Respect

Story by Ajda Ender

Melanie Chisholm’s statement that she was abused is an encouraging statement for abused women and trans women.

Spice Girls member Melanie Chisholm said she was harassed at the hotel years ago when they came to Istanbul for a concert.

Women and trans women who have been harassed and subjected to violence in the world’s societies are not allowed to disclose harassment by society and family.

Societies that harass women and trans women by hiding behind the heterosexist family structure legitimize the abuse.

Women and Trans Women, whose bodily immunity is violated, cannot explain the abuse inflicted on them, and they fall into depression and get sick.

The families of women and trans women who have been abused in the family do not allow them to explain the abuse, and they apply pressure.

The police, who legitimize the harassment of women and trans women, commit hate crimes by questioning the abused women and trans women, instead of questioning the perpetrators.

Heterosexist societies that judge women and trans women for the way they dress and make-up commit hate crimes and attack the lives of women and trans women.

The mentality that women and trans women can be harassed by the heteropatriarchal society because of their dress and make-up is common.

Harassing women and trans women because of the way they dress and make-up is a sickly rudimentary mentality and behavior.

Attacking the right to life and gender identity of women and trans women because of their clothing, make-up and lifestyle is the morbid mentality and behavior of underdeveloped societies.

It inflicts emotional and social violence on women and trans women in heteropatriarchal courts and legitimizes the violence.

Women and trans women, who cannot explain the attacks on their bodies for years, have to live in trauma and psychological earthquakes.

The police and courts, which do not protect the rights of life of abused women and trans women, protect harassing criminals.

The fact that Melanie Chisholm did not talk about harassment for years and said that she was abused years later shows that women and trans women are discouraged in the world’s societies.

Unexplained harassment and violence begins to create diseases in the bodies and psychologies of women and trans women.

It is necessary for women and trans women to explain the attack on their bodies in order for them to live physically and psychologically healthy.

In societies where the rights of women and trans women to live are restricted, psychological and social torture is increasing.

Those who abuse women and trans women are committing hate crimes by wanting to seize the bodies and life rights of women and trans women.

Heteropatriarchal societies that want to devalue, disempower and enslave women and trans women attack the bodies of women and trans women and practice social torture.

Heteropatriarchal societies that want to de-identify women and trans women legitimize sexist crimes.

The traditional harassment mentality puts pressure on women and trans women.

Harassment is a sick mentality and sick behavior.

Harassment is a societal threat.

Societies should respect the bodies of women, trans women and all people.

Societies must respect the bodily immunity of women, trans women and all people.

To respect bodily immunity is to respect human rights.


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