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I don't know if everybody who clicks on the link sees the same "related stories" at the bottom if the page, but here's the first one I saw.
The fast food chain apologises for promising a lifetime of free burgers to Russian women who get pregnant to a World Cup player, ensuring "the success of the Russian team for generations to come".Read more from www.abc.net.au
What the hell is with Burger King and constantly offending women?
The Pakistani Taliban on Friday threatened women's rights activists who organised demonstrations to mark International Women's Day in the country, accusing them of blasphemy and obscenity.Read more from U.S.
President Tayyip Erdogan pulled Turkey out of an international accord designed to protect women, the government said on Saturday, prompting protests and criticism from those who said it was necessary to tackle rising domestic violence.Read more from U.S.
The Warrnambool mother had a rude introduction to the world of online dating after coming out of a long-term relationship four years ago. And she is not alone.Read more from www.abc.net.au
Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:
President Tayyip Erdogan pulled Turkey out of an international accord designed to protect women, the government said on Saturday, prompting protests and criticism from those who said it was necessary to tackle rising domestic violence. Read more from U.S.
Erdogan was the first Head of State to sign the Accord in 2010. Since then he has been courting his Islamists and with elections coming up, he needs to appeal to his power base of peasants living outside the main towns. It's easy to frighten them with LGBTQ ideas and with the idea that a man hasn't the right to discipline his wife and daughters.
Displays of misogyny online are nothing new, but these experts say anti-women terrorist and extremist groups are radicalising teenagers in new ways.Read more from www.abc.net.au
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan is facing a backlash from rights groups as well as his two ex-wives for remarks over the weekend linking the country's high incidence of rape to "obscenity" in society.Read more from U.S.
Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:
"anti-women terrorist and extremist groups are radicalising teenagers in new ways."
We live in a strange world if that's happening.
I would treat anti-women groups in the same way as we treat terrorist or racist groups.
Imagine being afraid to try on clothes in a change room, use the bathroom at a bar or even shower at a hotel. It's a daily reality for women in South Korea, where cameras are increasingly hidden in locations designed to capture people in their most private moments.Read more from www.abc.net.au