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Cardi B Speaks Out for Sexual Assault Awareness Month – The Teal Mango

Every year, April is aside a month to raise awareness of sexual assault, harassment, and abuse.

April is Sexual Abuse Awareness Month and it’s the appropriate time to reflect on what sexual assault means in our communities. It’s important that we talk about what it means, and how to prevent it.

Sexual Assault Awareness Month is upon us which means we all need to keep in mind how important having these conversations are. By starting them now, it’ll allow us to get on the right track before and hopefully make our communities safer. 

Survivors of sexual violence often don’t receive the support they deserve. And yet, it’s a situation that many survivors find themselves in – not being believed or cared for.

By sharing what you experience with someone safe for those first few weeks, and by accessing appropriate medical attention and counseling, you will start to heal and make peace with yourself. 

Bringing out the topic loudly to the table, Cardi B, the global rapper took to her Twitter and spoke about Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Where she marked it bold, “NO means No”. Here’s everything you should know.

Cardi B Supports Sexual Assault Awareness Month by Posting Tweets

The American rapper Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar who is popularly known as Cardy B is actively supporting and speaking about Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

A couple of tweets shared by her recently are doing rounds on the internet with people appreciating and supporting her thoughts on the Sexual Assault Awareness Month. 

In a series of posts, the American rapper talks about  Sexual Assault Awareness Month and encourages people to come out in the light and share their experiences with the world. She emphasizes not feeling any sort of shame if someone has experienced such discomforting situation. 

The 29 year old rapper shared the tweet saying “Before April is over, don’t forget it’s sexual assault awareness month, no means no,” she wrote. “It doesn’t matter what you wear, it doesn’t matter who you are, male or female. For anyone going through this, the shame is not yours to carry… it’s the monsters who do this.”

Cardy B Speaking on Child abuse and Molestation

In another tweet followed by Cardy B speaking up to encourage people to talk about sexual abuse and assault, the “I like it” rapper who is also a mother to 2 children spoke about the importance to teach our children about sexual awareness from a very young age. 

In a tweet shared along with the previous one, the rapper is reminding parents and older people to have a check on the little ones. She writes about schools, daycares and primary institutions filled with people who could harm their children in any way especially sexually. 

She wrote that we should teach our children about their private parts and make them aware of their privacy everywhere. She also wrote that we should share an environment where kids could tell their parents about any mishappening without hesitation. 

April 2022 marks the 21st anniversary of Sexual Assault Awareness Month and we’re here to help spread awareness and prevent sexual assault, harassment, and abuse.

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