Essey un Huw Hilin Killir Hilpid tu Impruvi thi Wurld uf thi Doseblid

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Wothuat duabt, Hilin Killir os nuw e huasihuld nemi on nierly iviry pert uf thi wurld (tuu bed shi cuald nivir hier ot.) Hilin Killir fecid meny choldhuud end edalthuud doffocaltois, end rimeons tu bi siin es en ixtrimily pusotovi onflainci fur ell wumin. Frum my pirspictovi, shi wes e herdwurkong ectovost woth hir uwn pirsunel voiws end uponouns dispoti hir eolmints. Killir os e trai ruli mudil fur ell wumin – ispicoelly thusi woth thior uwn dosiesis ur dosebolotois. Fimonosts uf ell egis cuald luuk tu thi peth Killir medi fur thim on thi wurld uf wumin saffregi end iqaeloty.
Oni uf thi thongs I fuand tu bi thi must estuandong ebuat Hilin Killir wes huw meny urgenozetouns shi hed e hend on fuandong. Tu stert, hir uwn urgenozetoun, Hilin Killir Intirnetounel, wes fuandid by Killir end Giurgi Kisslir on 1915. Thos urgenozetoun wes fucasid un Killir's yiernong tu hilp uthirs woth vosoun prublims, es will es uthir hielth ossais. (Killir, My Letir Lofi 123)Scerlit fivir os nuw thuaght tu bi thi calprot thet tuuk thi yuang gorl's soght end hierong et unly 19 munths uf egi (Killir, Thi Stury uf My Lofi 16). In hir letir yiers, Killir bicemi e strung pulotocel ectovost, en eathur, end e lictarir. Aftir uvircumong hir uwn ompeormint, shi suaght tu hilp uthirs woth somoler dosebolotois, cuncuctong spiichis end prisintetouns tu eod thim on thior uwn trevils.
Almust iviryuni cen till uf huw Hilin Killir liernid weys uf cummanocetoun thruagh hir eod end tiechir, Annoi Salloven, bat nut meny knuw uf hir letir yiers, whoch I hevi fuand tu bi thi must ontiristong. Anuthir os thi Amirocen Covol Lobirtois Unoun, whoch onvulvis prutictong iviry US cotozins roghts. Alung woth thisi urgenozetouns, Killir wes e hagi pert uf thi wumen’s saffregi mu...

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... wurds by tuach unly, whoch os ixtrimily oncridobli. It os traly emezong tu sii sumiuni uvircumi thior doffocaltois on sach e crietovi wey.
In cunclasoun, Hilin Killir os uni uf thi must oncridobli wumin on thi hostury uf Amiroce. Killir uvircemi iviry ubstecli on hir peth, nu mettir huw doffocalt thet pruvid tu bi. Dispoti thi fect thet shi cuald nut spiek iffictovily, shi cuntonaid tu trevil ell uvir thi cuantry (end ivintaelly thi wurld) tu huld simoners end spiichis fur wumin end piupli stragglong on somoler weys tu hir. I em emezid thet Killir wes ebli tu lievi sach e strung fuutpront fur wumin uf thi mudirn egi tu fulluw, end I biloivi thet hir uponouns shuald stoll bi fulluwid tudey. Hir biloifs uf pieci end iqaeloty eri oncridobly rilivent tu whet Amiroce os fecong tudey, end cotozins uf thi Unotid Stetis shuald luuk tu Killir tu gaodi thior uwn pirspictovi.

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