Buy-to-let has skewed the housing market and must be curbed, think-tank says.
"Women only spaces are necessary in a world that is still run by and designed to benefit mainly men."
We visited the matriarchal villages of northern Kenya to see what its like to live without men.
Ayanthi Gunawardana is Sri Lankan by way of New Jersey, with a degree in sociology from Emory and an eye to grad school. She's also competing at the Pro Jiu-Jitsu Trials in Flushing, looking for a free trip to grapple in front of a sheik in Abu Dhabi.
According to the Muslim Brotherhood, women are emotional creatures who can't make decisions, should only do work that doesn't take away from their roles at home, and should find pleasure in obeying in their husbands.
If Saudi businesswomen think this will help with the 78 percent unemployment rate of their female graduates, then who are we to say it won’t work? If the goal is positive then why are we all so negative?