Saturday, 22 February 2014

News for Today

Contributed by Karol Arámbula:

'Why is it so hard for women to write about sex' (The Atlantic):

'Women are beautiful' de Garry Winogrand en Moscú' (

'Cambridge academics call for more women professors' (BBC):

'Do men lose weight faster than wome? (CNN):

'Number of women in work in Britain hits record high - but figures show the gender pay gap is growing too' (The Independent):

'Women with health issues at greater risk of abuse; study' (The Globe and Mail):

'Women's orgasm woes: Could 'C-Spot' be the culprit?' (LiveScience):

'Immigration reform as a women's issue' (The Washington Post):

'Why Tory Burch wants to empower women entrepeneurs' (Forbes):

Contributed by Ana Maria Guerra
Egyptian security forces abuse female detainees

Women Bear Brunt of South Sudan Conflict, UN Official Says

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Writes About Nigeria’s Anti-Gay Law

Women with mental-health issues at greater risk of abuse: study (Canada)

The Escalating War on Hormonal Contraception (US)

Institute to fight sexual crimes opens in Kampala (Uganda)

Prostitutes in Italy fight for right to pay tax and qualify for pensions

Libya Gaddafi rape victims to be compensated

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