Feminine hygiene leader Modess recently geared up young girls into speaking their minds up with their "Your Voice, Your Move" campaign. Starting off with the just-concluded elections, they put the focus on young students who strongly believe that even if they aren't still at the right age to vote, that doesn't mean they don't have the power to speak up, since they know that whoever wins the seat produces a great impact on their future.
Modess spearheaded producing Girl Talk, a compilation of shoutouts from young girls to Philippine senators, which will then be distributed to the latter's offices. Using social media as an avenue to spread awareness on the empowering project, youth leaders from various schools and celebrities like Bea Binene, Barbie Forteza, Louise delos Reyes, and Julie Ann San Jose also contributed their shoutouts. Issues like child-trafficking, climate change, and education were tackled, and you'll definitely feel a certain high after reading—a palpable passion for change and initiative will get your activism juices flowing, even if, yes, you're well above the legal voting age.