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Saturday, November 25, 2017

Who will mourn teen vogue?

| By and Bonnie Wertheimnov
When Women's Wear Daily reported Thursday morning that Condé Nast would shutter Teen Vogue in print, the overwhelming response was: Why now, when the brand seemed more in
Who will mourn teen vogue?

How 6 women changed the New York City marathon forever

| By and Talya Minsberg
In the fall of 1972, the New York City Marathon organizer Fred Lebow contacted The New York Times. He told reporters to come to the start line of
How 6 women changed the New York City marathon forever

'Theresa May's silence on women's issues is deafening

| By and Jessica Elgot
Women's Equality party leader hits out at government over lack of action on pay transparency, childcare and social care She may be the UK's second female prime minister,
 'Theresa May's  silence on women's issues is deafening

Should age bar for women continue?

| By and Anannya Paul
In our society a man needs to be educated and get a job before getting married because he needs to take care of his family. On the contrary,
Should age bar for women continue?

Lovers, prospectors and predators

| By and David Brooks
The world seems full of sexual predators these days. But I don't think good men wake up one morning and suddenly start thrusting their tongue down the throats
Lovers, prospectors and predators

Girls, don't become Boy Scouts

| By and Kate Tuttle
The news arrived on Oct. 11, a day - as Facebook reminded us - designated as the International Day of the Girl. On the surface, it even seemed
Girls, don't  become Boy Scouts

Raping skimpily-dressed girls is patriotic duty: Egyptian lawyer

| By Asian Age Online
An Egyptian lawyer has sparked a public outrage for saying raping girls who wear revealing dress is a “national duty”.
Raping  skimpily-dressed girls is patriotic duty: Egyptian lawyer

18 Escaped Girls, 18 Interviews

| By and Dionne Searceyoct
I was driving down the street in Maiduguri, Nigeria, not long ago when a billboard caught my eye. It was an image of a wild-eyed girl with explosives
18 Escaped Girls, 18 Interviews

Women vs. Women vs. Men

| By and Barbra Streisand
It's a natural quality for women to nurture, and we should hold on to that generosity of spirit. At the Women in Film luncheon in 1992, I spoke
Women vs. Women vs. Men

Celebration of 12 years of glorious journey

| By and Protiva Rani Karmaker
The core function of Jagannath University is the pursuit of academic excellence. Muktijoddher Prostuti, a sculpture on the Bangladesh Liberation War, is situated at the heart of Jagannath
Celebration of 12 years of glorious journey

Military women, too, should serve unmolested

| By and Supriya Venkatesan
It was 2004 and I had been in the Army for only three months when I first began to suspect something was wrong. I was walking by our
Military women, too, should serve unmolested

The society where a man is never the boss

| By and Hannah Booth
Imagine a society without fathers; without marriage (or divorce); one in which nuclear families don't exist. Grandmother sits at the head of the table; her sons and daughters
The society where a man is never the boss

Media should reflect all society, not just a typically male ruling class

| By and Jane Martinson
A hunch five years ago that the front pages of British newspapers were dominated by men prompted research that proved the hunch right: daily newspapers were full of
Media should reflect all society, not just a typically male ruling class

Pregnant refugees must have access to better care

| By and Sarah Boseley
Pregnant refugees who have fled across the Mediterranean to Greece are at risk of harm to themselves and their babies because they are not routinely given the care
Pregnant refugees must have access to better care

My mother speaks through me

| By and Deborah Tannen
I was looking forward to having my friend Tamara over for dinner last year, since she had hosted me and my husband many times. But it didn't turn
 My mother speaks  through me

Trump takes away fundamental health care for women

| By and Raegan McDonald- Mosleyoct
The average American woman spends just three years pregnant or trying to become pregnant, and a full 30 years trying not to be pregnant. So it's no surprise
Trump takes away fundamental  health care for women

Women make less than men straight out of college and it's getting worse

| By and Emily Peck
The gender pay gap is actually widening for some, a new report finds. The difference between what male and female college graduates earn is growing, with men making
Women make less than men straight out of college and it's getting worse

How did women fare in chaina's communist revolution?

| By and Helen Gao
My grandmother likes to tell stories from her career as a journalist in the early decades of the People's Republic of China. She recalls scrawling down Chairman Mao's
How did women fare in chaina's communist revolution?

Seminar 'An Ode to Neruda', poetic drama staged at NDUB

| By and Zakia Tasnim Chowdhury & Md Saifuddin Al Quaderi
A seminar in memory of the literature Nobel laureate on his death anniversary, entitled 'An Ode to Neruda', was organized by the English Club of Notre Dame University
Seminar 'An Ode to Neruda', poetic drama staged at NDUB

In Angela Merkel, German women find symbol, but not savior

| By and Katrin Bennhold
Just 9 years old when Chancellor Angela Merkel was first elected in 2005, Kristin Auf der Masch cannot really remember a time when Germany was led by a
In Angela Merkel, German women find symbol, but not savior

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