Thursday, 12 June 2014

News for Today

Contributed by Farah Najar Arévalo:
Gana mención honorífica esta foto de mujeres en el Metro:
Las princesas saudíes cautivas piden auxilio por Internet
Las estudiantes nigerianas secuestradas llevan 50 días en cautiverio
Staring at women is an Indian pastime, even nuns get stared at: UK travel expert
Tamara, une Libanaise de 22 ans, battue par son mari qui voulait lui "arracher les yeux"
Egipto lanza su primera ley contra el acoso sexual:
#PrimerosCapítulos: Prólogo de Lydia Cacho sobre las Muertas del Estado en tiempos de EPN:

Contributed by Karol Arámbula:

'World's oldest man was younger than 65 women' (ABC News):

'Penis size study shows women want one thing for flings, another for long relationships' (The Huffington Post):

'Ask well: Do monogamous women still need a pap smear?' (The New York Times):

'Women's colleges are on the wrong side of history on transgender women' (TIME):

'How a lack of toilets puts India's women at risk of assault' (NPR):

'20 Women abducted in Nigeria; Boko Haram still holding 272 girls' (Los Angeles Times):

'More and more, young women are being diagnosed with ADHD' (Iowa Public Radio):

'Pictured: The last living Chinese women with bound feet more than 100 years after the centurie-old symbol of beauty and status was banned' (The Daily Mail):

'Feminists freak out over Miss Nevada suggestion women learn self-defense to avoid rape' (Town Hall):

Contributed by Suyog Shelar
[US] Karen DeCrow, Former President of the National Organization for Women, Dies at 76
[Zimbabwe] Young free enterprise pundit for youth, women empowerment

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