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Britain Branded the Most Sexist Country in the World

Britain Branded the Most Sexist Country in the World

UN spokeswoman for violence against women, Rashida Manjoo, has in some rather controversial comments branded Britain the most sexist country in the world, sparking a fierce defensive backlash in the British media. On a recent visit to the country, the UN envoy claimed that the sexism exhibited in the UK was more “in your face” […]

Texas Republicans and the Fight for Women

Texas Republicans and the Fight for Women

“Radical feminists have been making the pitch that justice demands that men and women be given an equal opportunity to make it to the top in the workplace”- former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Penn). With quotes like this one from Republican leaders, it has been clear in recent times that Republicans (especially in Texas) and the […]

International Women’s Day: Most Underrated Women in History

International Women’s Day: Most Underrated Women in History

March 8, was officially deemed International Women’s Day by the United Nations in 1975. It is a day the world recognizes the achievements women have made through history. It is a day to celebrate progress in women’s rights and an inspiration to continue making changes for the rights of women. Observing International Women’s Day, educates […]

Celebrating International Women’s Day 2014

Celebrating International Women’s Day 2014

March 8th is the annual day of celebration for International Women’s Day, and in 2014 it falls on a Saturday. Every year on that date, women around the world observe the day. Early recognition of the day – as National Women’s Day – began more than 100 years ago. In 1908, females marched through the […]

Women Celebrated Worldwide [VIDEO]

Women Celebrated Worldwide [VIDEO]

This Saturday, March 8th, is International Women’s Day. Many may have already been reminded of this special day by catching Google’s current “Doodle” video, that appears as a clickable graphic just above the Internet giant’s search bar (scroll down for video). It features a group of multicolored characters, most likely representing women of all races […]

International Women’s Day: Cause for Celebration?

International Women’s Day: Cause for Celebration?

Imagine if Saturday were International Men’s Day, but it’s not, of course. It is the 103rd International Women’s Day. It would never be necessary to have an International Men’s Day because men do not suffer from gender inequality. International Women’s Day is a curious beast that aims to celebrate women around the world, their bravery […]

What happened to Esraa Mohamed: Sexual Violence Story in Egypt

What happened to Esraa Mohamed: Sexual Violence Story in Egypt

Esraa Mohamed is your regular 23-year-old girl from Egypt. She updates her Facebook regularly. She enjoys watching American movies like Angels and Demons or Cloud Atlas. Her favorite TV show is Spartacus: Vengeance. She listens to contemporary Arabic music and is a huge fan of the Egyptian 80s/90s pop music movement. One day Mohamed was […]

India Official Compares Rape to Gambling

India Official Compares Rape to Gambling

India official compares rape to gambling and has caused offence and disgrace to thousands. As the most highly ranked bureaucrat for the police department he has now attempted to retract his self-construed proverb. Ranjit Sinha, the leader of the central department for the Investigation of India, foolishly compared rape to unlicensed betting in public. He […]

Egypt Day of the Women in the Worst Place to Be Feminine

Egypt Day of the Women in the Worst Place to Be Feminine

Egypt was ranked worst place to be a woman according to a Thomson-Reuters Foundation recent survey. Egypt ranked worst among the 22 Arab countries included in the report. The reasons varied from the high percentage of genital mutilation victims, the acceptance of sexual harassment and trafficking in child brides. Although the study put Egypt ahead […]

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  • Obesity Society Recommends Kids Drink Fewer Sugar Sweetened Beverages April 24, 2014
    The ever-expanding line of sugary drinks may actually be contributing to the obesity epidemic, especially when it comes to kids. Even one sugary drink per day can contribute to weight gain, which is why The Obesity Society is now recommending fewer sugar sweetened beverages for kids. This includes soda, sports drinks and any other beverages […]
    Tracy Rose
  • Christians Faced With New Dilemma April 24, 2014
    Many who consider themselves Christians are finding themselves faced with a new dilemma. These so-called “Christ-followers,” except for a few hiccups, have tried to follow Jesus (who they see as the Son of God) as much as their limited selfish condition will allow. But lately, they find themselves encountering people or groups of people who are ready and […]
    Rick Hope
  • Kaley Cuoco Chops Hair for Real This Time April 24, 2014
    Kaley Cuoco has chopped of her hair for real this time. It is not quick Miley Cyrus short, but it is much shorter than the Big Bang star is used to. To make it clear that this time is was not a prank at the expense of her fans, she shared a photo of herself […]
    Alexandria Ingham
  • Avril Lavigne New ‘Helly Kitty’ Song Racist? April 24, 2014
    Hundreds of people recently took to Twitter to complain about Avril Lavigne’s new song Hello Kitty being racist. However, others have defended the decision to use the colorful, girly, cupcake style entertainment in her new music video. For many, the new track is just downright terrible. The new music video involves four deadpan Japanese girls […]
    Alexandria Ingham
  • HBO and Amazon Team Up Against Netflix April 24, 2014
    HBO has teamed up with Amazon Prime against Netflix to allow Prime members the ability to watch HBO classics like The Sopranos and Six Feet Under as well as some of the newer popular shows like True Blood. However, Amazon Prime members should not get too excited as their, nearly, $100 per year subscription fee […]
    Michael Smith

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