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Activists projected the phrase, ‘Kavanaugh is a sexual predator’ onto a courthouse building in Washington
A women's rights group called UltraViolet projected the message "Kavanaugh is a sexual predator" onto the US Court of Appeals building where Kavanaugh is currently working as a judge. The group previously projected the message "Roe V Wade is more popular than Brett Kavanaugh" onto the Supreme Court.
Japan has been trying to open its military to more women, and it just picked the service's first woman fighter pilot, whose selection comes amid a broader effort to grow the armed forces.
In Canada, women have full legal rights to seek employment, access family planning and abortion services, and express their gender identities and sexual preferences as they see fit. In Saudi Arabia, women need permission to marry, get an advanced education or a job, or to travel abroad.
Argentina rejects bill to legalize abortion – pushing back against a wave of support from a pro-choice movement in the Latin American country th...
Argentine senators rejected a bill to legalize abortion after an impassioned debate ran into the early hours of Thursday. The Senate voted 38 to 31 against the proposed measure, which would have legalized a woman's right to seek an abortion into the 14th week of pregnancy.
Roe v. Wade probably won’t get overturned — but here’s what could happen to slowly chip away at abortion rights if the Supreme Court...
Experts say it's more likely for abortion access to get slowly eroded away over time.
Women in Saudi Arabia were finally allowed to begin driving on Sunday, a culmination of a decades-long rights campaign. But Saudi women have seen many changes this past year as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ascended to the throne and began modernizing the Kingdom.
Opinion: American women already have equality under the law. Decades after it was written, the Equal Rights Amendment, or ERA, is being described as a vital addition to the US Constitution.
Vogue Arabia has been called out for its cover on ‘trailblazing’ Saudi women after the country just arrested a dozen women’s rights ...
Vogue Arabia's June 2018 spread on "trailblazing" Saudi women has been called out for being "tone deaf." The cover features a Saudi princess behind the wheel of a car, and made no mention of the nearly dozen women's rights activists connected to the driving movement who were arrested last week.
Successful candidates must reside with a male guardian and, if they are married, have a Saudi husband.
Women’s March 2.0: Protesters flooded the streets to rally against Trump presidency on its one-year anniversary
The second annual Women's March took place on Saturday as thousands poured into the street in cities across the US to protest against Donald Trump.