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No Means No
by Fania Simon   

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Publisher:  Bois-Caiman-Books ISBN-10:  0974858331


Copyright:  2006

The book is all about a worldwide movement agaist rape and child abuse.



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Glory To The Aftermath
Glory in The Aftermath 5 Feb 2007 (updated 5 Feb 2007)
by Castina Charles

No Means No: The Aftermath is a powerful outcry against social injustice, child abuse, and violence against women. Collaborating with other women poets, Fania Simon passionately explores the pain of the victims, drawing upon her own experiences to formulate a spiritual unity with all those who have suffered. Touching upon many themes, such as rape and child abuse, one of the things that Ms. Simon does exceptionally well is capture the voice of the disenfranchised. Her words are ripe with emotion, and are always deeply moving. It is a pain that has been stifled and silenced, that she seeks to bring to the forefront. However she does not stop there. Perhaps one of the most powerful aspects of No Means No: The Aftermath is Simon’s thorough analysis of humanity as a whole. With poems such as “Upside Down Humanity” she forces the reader to look through the spiritual abyss and question the callous cruelties of humanity. Beautifully crafted, potently delivered, and courageously written No Means No:The Aftermath is a spiritually and mentally uplifting text. It is a call to arms to all those who have been victimized and who wish to reclaim their strength and dignity. Most of all No Means No:The Aftermath is a living testament that there is life after the devastation and that if one simply taps into the inner depths of one’s soul, one will find that there is glory in the aftermath.

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