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Friday, September 22, 2017

The ruthless truth about women

| By and Anannya Paul
It was almost mid night, suddenly I heard screaming of a woman and children. The woman was crying and child was shouting and was telling don't beat my
The ruthless truth  about women

A new tune on women's rights in the Arab world

| By and Shereen El Fekiaug
"I want to tell you something, so listen to what I say. When a man is talking, a woman should obey. She shouldn't say 'yes' and then forget
A new tune on women's rights in the Arab world

How to get more women to be CEOs

| By and Susan Chira
There are no easy fixes to the overt and subtle barriers I outlined in my recent article about why more women don't become chief executives. But women who
How to get  more women  to be CEOs

In Indonesia, 3 Muslim girls fight for their right to play heavy metal

| By and Joe Cochranesept
The three teenage girls - shy and even seeming slightly embarrassed as they peer out from their Islamic head scarves - do not look much like a heavy
In Indonesia, 3 Muslim girls fight for their right to play heavy metal

The book that made us feminists

| By and Carol J. Adamssept
I was 19 years old when I bought a first edition of "Sexual Politics" in 1970. Kate Millett's first book, published the year before, was that unlikeliest phenomenon -
The book that made us feminists

The best era for working women was 20 years ago

| By and Bryce Covert
The working woman was everywhere in 1980s and 1990s pop culture: The tough single gal Murphy Brown ran the news on TV every week. Dolly Parton in "9

Redefining Masculinity: Men have bigger role to play

| By Asian Age Online
Men must take the lead in tackling violence against women, a group of journalists, bloggers, actors and NGO
Redefining Masculinity: Men have bigger role to play

India's first all-woman crew on around-the-globe mission

| By Asian Age Online
A team of six naval officers are starting a historic and gruelling around-the-world mission on Sunday -- the first
India's first all-woman crew on around-the-globe mission

Why language matters to female entrepreneurs

| By
"Wanted - successful women entrepreneurs running fast-growing companies". You would think that an advert like this would have hordes of women making contact wouldn't you? Well, that's not
Why language matters to female entrepreneurs

Evidence of a toxic environment for women in economics

| By
path breaking new study of online conversations among economists describes and quantifies a workplace culture that appears to amount to outright hostility toward women in parts of the
Evidence of a toxic environment for women in economics

Bangamata Sheikh Fazilatunnesa - an inspiration

| By and Ananya Paul
Bangamata Sheikh Fazilatunnesa is a name of inspiration, encouragement and bravery. She never cared about her own interests rather scarified her life for the nation. Sheikh Fazilatunnesa, wife
Bangamata Sheikh Fazilatunnesa - an inspiration

The playboy president and women's health

| By and Michelle Goldberg
Donald Trump's name adorned the first casino in America to have an in-house strip club. He is the first American president to have made a cameo appearance in a
The playboy president and women's health

'Peace' is a verb-and 'Women' is the noun

| By and Harriet Lamb
In this exciting new monthly series from peace-building organization NGO International Alert, we explore how achieving peace exists within our collective power. Through a new article each month,
'Peace' is a verb-and 'Women' is the noun

Sexual violence against female children

| By and Farhan Haq
In our everyday life, we go through many issues which are associated with our daily life happenings. Even we always remain very excited with many international issues as
Sexual violence against female children

When women rule

| By Nicholas Kristof
While no woman has been president of the United States - yet - the world does have several thousand years' worth of experience with female leaders. And I
When women rule

How the new feminist resistance leaves out American women

| By Lauren Enriquez
Within days of Donald J. Trump's election, the American left, newly animated in opposition, settled on a rallying cry: "Love trumps hate." Inherent in the slogan is the
 How the new  feminist  resistance leaves out American women

Feminism is not on their radar

| By Nomboniso Gasa
If the ANC is serious about addressing patriarchal domination in society, perhaps it should unlink this from biological identity. Dressed in a starched ice-white, long gown, punctuated by

Feminism and traditional gender roles

| By and Zulfiqar Haider
"I'm not a feminist - I like men!" "I'm not a feminist-I think women should be able to stay at home and raise children if they want to!"
Feminism and traditional gender roles

20 years of wizardry: A writer's story of hardship and triumph

| By and Tasbir Iftekhar
Exuberant tweet coming from the distinguished author J.K. Rowling, as her fantasy novel series Harry Potter hits the milestone of twenty successful years this year since its debut
20 years of wizardry: A writer's story of hardship and triumph

America made me a feminist

| By and Paulina Porizkova
I used to think the word "feminist" reeked of insecurity. A woman who needed to state that she was equal to a man might as well be shouting
America made me a feminist

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