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Beyoncé pens an essay on the myth of gender equality. See HuffPost Women. Disney’s Frozen proves to be progressive and embedded with feminism. See Policy Mic. According to Jezebel, the Population Institute gave the US a C- in its annual State of… Read More ›

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India, One Year After Nirbhaya

A year has passed since the fatal gang-rape of the 23-year old student in New Delhi, which in the words of Indian President Pranab Mukherjee “shook the conscience of the whole nation.” The tragic episode led the world’s largest democracy… Read More ›

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The Canadian Supreme Court struck down its existing anti-prostitution laws. See Al Jazeera. The social construction of masculinity will be revealed in the Representation Project’s 2014 “The Mask You Live In.” See Upworthy. A federal district judge in Utah invalidated the state’s… Read More ›

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Progress in obtaining justice for abused women in Afghanistan has stalled. See New York Times. Human Rights Campaign released its 2014 Corporate Equality Index. Morocco’s Islamist-led government is under fire for excluding women from drafting a proposed legislation to combat violence… Read More ›

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Women Around the Globe: News Round Up

Egypt’s provisional military government is causing consternation in light of stories of 18 women who were stripped, beaten and administered “virginity tests” during a protest in Cairo. See Women’s eNews. Lynsey Addario, newly released from captivity in Libya, explains why… Read More ›

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Happy reading! Sex Obsessed Super Bowl, Feministing What Do You Mean It’s Not Rape?, RH Reality Check Orgasm Inc. Debunks Female Sexual Dysfunction, Women’s eNews Abortion-Coverage Prognosis: Hope is Running Low, Women’s eNews The GOP’s Tea Party Tango, The Daily… Read More ›

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