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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

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

Money woes force children on streets

| By Ilia L. Likou
Financial problems are responsible for a growing number of children ending up on the streets of Apia instead of going to school. Some of these children beg, sell
Money woes force children on streets

Tales of betrayal, pain and misunderstanding

| By and Yasif Ahmad Faysal
In 1797, something magical happened in the domain of English literature. Two gentlemen, William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge betook themselves to a long walk across the countryside
Tales of betrayal, pain and misunderstanding

Can love survive when a woman earns more than a man?

| By and Maureen Rice
It's a seismic social shift: nearly half of women are paid as much as or more than their man. But, it could all end in tears... Most women
Can love survive when a woman earns more than a man?

Merit in mindset

| By and Ishrat Binte Aftab
Public vs Private University-the debate seems more pivotal than India-Pakistan war sometimes, especially in Bangladesh, right? Well, our society has monopoly on defining things. With sheer enthusiasm and vague
Merit in mindset

New magazine, TV channel give Afghan women cautious voice

| By Asian Age Online
Afghan women are redrawing the media landscape in the deeply conservative country with the launch of a new magazine and a television channel, risking the anger
New magazine, TV channel give Afghan women cautious voice

Why women have no opinions

| By and Maura Kelly
Early a hundred years since women won the right to vote, their political and societal power is still only a fifth of what it should be - if the
Why women have no opinions

The importance of family bonding time

| By and Andrea Miranda
Family bonding time is time the family spends together meaningfully. This is a designated time your family plans to interact with each other over a group of activities or
The importance of family  bonding time

28, Female and Unmarried

| By and Harisha V.
A regular day at home starts with mother blaming father for not getting his daughter married. Cousins and friends who are my age and even younger are married with
28, Female and Unmarried

Are we subliminally drawn to violence?

| By Asian Age Online
Why do we watch social videos of beheadings, lynching, attacks, rapes and suicides which, unlike the make-believe violence in film, are real people caught on
Are we subliminally drawn to violence?

Why men harass women in the street

| By Asian Age Online
You’re walking to work, planning what you’re going to have for lunch, when it happens: a man you don’t know yells ‘nice tits’ in your
Why men harass women in the street

Princess Diana tried to cut her wrists weeks after wedding

| By Asian Age Online
Diana was so unhappy in the few weeks after her fairy tale wedding with Prince Charles that she tried to slash her wrists, according to
Princess Diana tried to cut her wrists weeks after wedding

Say bye to gender bias

| By and Beas Dev Ralhan
For a gender-sensitive society, reforms have to begin early -in the classroom Gender bias pervades all aspects of our lives. To cite the example of teaching, it is perceived
Say bye to gender bias

Is technology making people less sociable?

| By and Larry Rosen
With the spread of mobile technology, it's become much easier for more people to maintain constant contact with their social networks online. And a lot of people are taking
Is technology making people less sociable?

Sexualized music videos only teach women how to sell out

| By and Justin Coulson
WOMEN'S bodies sell. We all know that, but perhaps no industry understands this, and uses this knowledge to its advantage, more than the music industry. In the last few
Sexualized music videos only teach women how to sell out

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