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On March 9th, 2020 Mexican women will be removing themselves from society to show what it would be like if feminicides and other acts of injustice and violence towards them continue. I don't usually post time-sensitive content or current affairs but being a woman in Mexico with privilege and a voice, I wanted to do my part to increase awareness and activism.
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**Please help me translate this into Spanish**

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LD: I'm Dr. Lindsey Doe, I'm a clinical sexologist, and I moved to Mexico because I love it here. I have spent a lot of time with this amazing woman, Olivia, and she has informed me that on March 9, 2020, there will be an enormous movement to validate women and their place in society, and so I have asked her to share, in both Spanish and English, how you can participate and what you need to know about that.

[Sexplanation intro]

Olivia: Entonces, el nueve de marzo, 2020, estamos todas las mujeres en ausencia. Vamos a estar ausentes de nuestros trabajos, ausentes de nuestras responsabilidades familiares, porque es una representación de qué pasaría si yo no llego a casa. Es una huelga pacífica, silenciosa, es una protesta. Es todas las mujeres de México negándose a operar en el mundo de México. Negándose, esto significa: cero internet, apágase el data de tu celular, no vas al trabajo, no vas a la escuela, no mandas el email que tienes que mandar, no llegas a la presentación que tienes que hacer. Como actriz, no llegas tu trabajo. Como noticiera, no llegas a trabajar. Como doctora, no llegas a tu trabajo. Realmente, es no operar, no funcionar como mujeres para hacer el simbolismo de haber, México.