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Faced with huge public opposition, Poland’s government hasn’t enacted a court ruling that would almost completely ban all abortions. But that hasn’t stopped hospitals from cancelling them.
When opposed by their families over their choice of men, the women of Pakistan’s Kalash community choose to elope and marry.
The president just sent a bill to congress that could legalize abortion completely.
Military service remains one of the most heated and divisive topics in Singapore, more so with gender equality being debated in parliament.
As Lebanon battles corrupt leadership and economic chaos, the women employed as domestic workers pay the highest price.
Early this week, the Indian Navy deployed its first set of women combat aviators in frontline warships.
Cambodian Women Are Posting Photos Wearing ‘Sexy’ Clothing to Protest Proposed Law That Would Police Women’s Outfits
Cambodia is considering draft legislation that would ban women from wearing clothing deemed “too short” or “too see-through.”
Even before women in the U.S. had the right to vote, political strategists assumed married women would just cast the same votes as their husbands. A century later, the questionable theory continues to stick.
A United Nations report reveals “heartbreaking” state-sponsored punishment for women who attempt to cross the border and are repatriated.
After a sustained campaign on social media, Lahore Grammar School has fired four male staff for sexually abusing students.