The United Nations confirms what we always suspected: Domestic Violence Is The Most Common Killer Of Women Around The World — Read on m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_5bfbf61ee4b0eb6d931142ac/amp "Geographically, Asia had the most female homicides (20,000) perpetrated by intimate partners or family members in 2017, followed by Africa (19,000), North and South America (8,000), Europe (3,000) and Oceania (300). … Continue reading WOMEN ARE PREY ANIMALS UNDER PATRIARCHY: Domestic Violence Is The Most Common Killer Of Women Around The World
Who Are the WORST Climate Offenders in Washington DC? US lobby groups representing the fossil fuel and automotive industries are world leaders when it comes to stalling government action on climate change, new research shows. Of the top 10 trade associations considered to be the most effective at opposing climate-friendly policies globally, seven are based … Continue reading US Lobby Groups Most Effective at Blocking Climate Action – Report | DeSmogBlog
Sudanese protester Alaa Salah urges on crowd during Sudan uprising Alaa Salah by Lana H. Haroun (@lana_hago) You may not have ever heard the word "Kandaka" before until this past year of protests and government overthrow in Sudan. Even now, this name for Nubian Queens, or "strong women" may not be familiar to you, unless … Continue reading The Kandakas of Sudan: A Biblical-Islamic Queen Inspires Modern Day Women
The idea of the Vikings as a marauding culture of pillage and rape, all homogeneous white males of a berserker temperament, was, of course, romantic and alluring to the losers of World War II.
Being careful online when using Social Media is a priority for everyone these days, but most especially girls and women! WHAT SHOULD YOU DO if you find yourself in a strange, unpleasant or frightening situation on line? "Everyone, including women should be safe online. The United Nations has recognised internet access as a human right. … Continue reading Slay Those Trolls IRL, Ladies!
“After nearly a year of accusations in Saudi government media that these brave champions of women’s rights are ‘foreign agents,’ the actual charges against them appear to be simply a list of their efforts to promote women’s rights,” said Michael Page, deputy Middle East director at Human Rights Watch. Saudi Arabia’s charges against women’s rights defenders … Continue reading Saudi Arabia: Abusive Charges Against Women Activists | Human Rights Watch
Jacinda Adrern PM of New Zealand repsonds to terrorism in Christchurch
The HAKA is performed by youth in honor of victims of Christchurch terrorisim