Chile dating scene
This means you can send and receive messages, Chat, Instant Message, Blog, and Post in our wild but friendly international and Chile dating Forums without any costs ever. Last year, Chilean journalist Javiera Tapia Flores opened the doors to a friend’s house in Santiago and invited about 20 women from the music scene over with a simple request: “Tell me about your experiences as a woman in the industry.” For hours, she listened to story after story of the abuses women had endured.Tapia Flores says she hopes to partner with places like Brava in the south of Chile, Santiago’s Femfest and Ruidosa, Udara in Valparaiso, and many others.
As the cultural zeitgeist has drawn a spotlight onto the harrowing effects of sexism and misconduct amid the Me Too movement, Tapia Flores has become intent on reopening questions of gender discrimination that have always captured her interest.“So it’s been hard because obviously it’s something that affects all of us.” When she started asking women for their stories last year, one of the people she reached out to was Karla Sanchez Layera, a journalist and concert photographer who shared her own story of being harassed at a live show.Seeing how many other women had been through similar abuse struck a profound chord in Sanchez Layera, and she instantly jumped to make Muchacha a reality.The central imperative of the network is to uplift women professionally and have them get to know one another for future projects—a social alliance and system of solidarity meant to boost careers.For Tapia Flores, this kind of visibility among women is critical.
“When you go to see a band, you just want to enjoy it, and I thought I was the only one that this had happened to.