In 2018, Noor Salman was prosecuted and then acquitted for helping her husband plan his attack. But the verdict was far from vindicating.
The notorious “two-finger test” was outlawed in Pakistan last year, but an investigation by The Fuller Project and VICE World News showed that doctors are still carrying out the test on rape survivors with impunity.
With the Taliban in power, artists and musicians are silent, as "blasting Metallica or Iron Maiden would be acts that could get one killed.”
Videos show protesting Afghan women before they were violently stopped by the Taliban, using their guns and tear gas.
In South Korea, ejaculating onto a woman's belongings is not considered a sex crime. There are calls to change that.
"He’s a man, you’re a woman. Women are not allowed to work anymore," one Taliban fighter allegedly told a journalist.
“It’s just sport for them. A woman is not someone you see as a human being worthy of respect, care or basic decency; she’s considered a plaything.”
The small but daring demonstration occurred as women fear a reversal of hard-earned freedoms, while other protests cropped up nationwide.
Young women who have never experienced the Islamic fundamentalist group's regime are especially afraid of what they stand to lose.
The streets of Afghanistan's capital were empty a day after the Taliban took over, as universities, schools and shops remained closed.
“The Taliban will kill us. It’s our responsibility to share women’s voices and reporting from our country. But it’s become really hard to even write.”
Severe flaws in South Korea’s legal system has allowed perverts to evade harsh punishment. That might change.