While living in Lesotho with 25 girls from my health class we created and exhibited a photo exhibition. It was called“Bo-ausi ba na le tokéló ho hana,” translated to “girls have the right to refuse/say no.” Teaching health to primary aged students was an integral part of my life in Lesotho. In our classes we discussed examples such as sex, drugs, alcohol, forced labor, and fulfilling unwanted gender expectations. We pasted the photos appropriately onto the walls of the Child & Gender Protection Unit in our village and printed smaller versions for the girls to take home. Our hope was that people passing by will see the photos and take action for gender equality and the rights of all people, or just think about it. After a year and a half, the photos are still there.