Friday, 14 February 2014

News for Today

Contributed by Karol Arámbula

'For women, a more complicated choice on maammograms' (New York Times):

'Women with good sex lives don't lose interest as they grow older' (The Dailymail):

'Dennehy murder case: Why do women kill?' (BBC):

'Why size does matter to a woman' (The Independent):

'Time running out for aging Korean "comfort women" seeking compensation for WWII sexual slavery' (CBS News):

'The abortion rate is declining - for some women' (The New Yorker):

'Worldwide, 1 in 14 women sexually assaulted by someone other than a partner' (Medical News Today):

'India's urban work boom is leaving women behind' (The Hindu):

Contributed by Ana Maria Guerra
Bob Jones University stifled sex abuse claims: ‘If you report it, you hurt the body of Christ’ (US)

Ending the beatings, rapes, murders: where are India's men?

Russell reiterates US commitment on preventing gender-based violence (Nepal)

Women's pro sports leagues have trouble staying in the game

Persisten diferencias de género en el ámbito laboral (Chile)

Anti-abortion clinics should be clearly labelled as such – or shut down (UK)

Oppressed Majority: the film about a world run by women that went viral

Wall Street Journal Columnist: Rape Victims Are Just As Guilty As Rapists If They’re Both Drunk (US)

Contributed by Agnese Cigliano

Contributed by Suyog Shelar
Abortion Laws May Be Axed; Afghan Victims Muzzled  
Designer Puts Wheelchair in the N.Y. Fashion Mix  
[Tanzania] Think Call the Midwife looks like hard graft? Try delivering babies in the dark 

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