Flickr DES Diethylstilbestrol’s Photostream

In a bid to further raise awareness about the DES issues and reach a wider audience, we’ve created a new DES flickr page. It includes photos of DES events such as the recent DES Symposium at Massachussets General Hospital in Boston, DES adverts, pills, tablets and bottles, DES brochures and newsletters, DES graphs, press cuttings and much more.

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NEW: flickr DES Diethylstilbestrol's Photostream

flick is an online photo management and sharing application. Its primary goals are to help people make photographs available to those who matter to them, and to enable new ways of organizing images. It offers the perfect platform to share photos from around the world.
But flick is one of those ideas that depends on interconnectivity.

We would like to invite all DES support groups and activists to collaborate to this project by contributing photos to the new Diethylstilbestrol flickr page. By sharing as many images as possible we can create a comprehensive source of DES related photos and really show how far and wide the DES issues are affecting people’s lives.

By “Geotaging” the DES photos we can highlight on the DES Diethylstilbestrol Map where the DES community is taking action to break the wall of silence around the DES issues, as well as where the DES health concerns are being ignored.

Join us on flickr:

  1. Check out the DES Diethylstilbestrol Photostream and Map
  2. If you already have a flick account, add us as a contact.
  3. Email your photos to info@diethylstilbestrol.co.uk with a short description and title.

DES Diethylstilbestrol flick page was created and is administered by Diethylstilbestrol, Journal of a DES Daughter.

If you haven’t done it yet, you can also join us on facebook and/or twitter. Our facebook community is the perfect medium to share views, photographs and DES stories. Follow us on twitter and keep up to date with everything Journal of a DES Daughter is doing.

Help us break the wall of silence around the DES issues by joining these social networks and encouraging your friends to do the same.

3 Replies to “Flickr DES Diethylstilbestrol’s Photostream”

  1. Great website. You’re doing a great job spreading awareness about DES

    Kind regards, Erik

  2. Great job of raising awareness about this important issue – it has touched so many lives.
    I am 48 and tend to think of it as a distant past thing – fortunately was not affected, but realize now that it can affect several generations!

    Kind regards, Holly

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