Feminization of Poverty as Economic Violence

by Lilith Usog A puzzling sight, which bothers me as I ply the main thoroughfares of Manila are young girls peddling sampaguita leis and old people begging. Another is a mother mixing coffee or selling congee at the sidewalk while breast-feeding an infant. Still another desperate sight is the convertible pushcart – a mobile store/rolling … Continue reading Feminization of Poverty as Economic Violence