In the 1990s, Nepali native Anuradha Koirala would walk by Kathmandu’s Pashupatinath Temple every morning. And every morning she would meet the women who were begging on those streets. When she struck up a conversation with them, she realized that they were all survivors of gender-based violence. This hit home, because she had dealt with the physical and emotional trauma at the hands of an abusive ex-husband. That moment of connection is what set her on the path to becoming Nepal’s Mother Teresa. ➤➤
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(MEMO) — Saudi Arabia is going to extraordinary lengths to hunt down women who are fleeing the country seeking life outside the repressive kingdom. Technology normally used by the military to track targets for lethal drone strikes is being used against women that run away from the country.
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A digital tracking app that allows Muslim males who live in Saudi Arabia to keep track of their female “property” in real time is reportedly approved and available for download in both Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store – even as independent media outlets like Infowars and even Natural News that challenge mainstream narratives remain banned for their supposedly “offensive” content.
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By Afef Abrougui The October 2018 murder of Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi — who US and Turkish officials say was killed at the order of Crown Prince Bin Salman — has cast new light on the many human rights abuses that take place in the kingdom. International and regional human rights groups and activists are…Read more & petition
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Google employees worldwide are walking off the job to protest the company’s treatment of women and its handling of sexual assault cases. Employees walked out of Google offices worldwide at 11:10 a.m. in each time zone on Thursday. Workers have walked out in Singapore, Zurich, London, Dublin, and New York City, filling nearby streets, sidewalks……Read more
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Because cops kidnapping people and then having sex with them is legal in 35 states, two alleged brutal rapists may walk free for savagely raping a New York teen. The post Cops Charged for Raping Teen in Van May Walk Free Because Cop/Suspect Sex is LEGAL—In 35 States appeared first on The Free Thought Project….Read more
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Isaac Davis, Staff WriterWaking Times With every major event in our world, there is always a side of the story that always brushed under the rug of public awareness for political reasons. For years we’ve been hearing about the mass migration of millions of Muslims into all corners of Europe, and heard the divisive argument….Read more & video
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In what is being hailed as one of the largest prosecutions of its kind in US history, dozens of high-level modern-day slave traders were recently indicted in the US for enslaving hundreds of young women. Spreading from coast to coast, authorities are calling it a sophisticated sex trafficking ring that forced hundreds of women to be…
via Largest Sex Trafficking Bust in US History, Dozens of High-Level ‘Slave Traders’ Indicted — Humans Are Free
“The march is known for its topless protests and has taken place in a number of cities around the world. In Jerusalem, many women stripped down to their underwear and wrote slogans on their bodies calling for an end to the rape Culture.
Hundreds of activists took to the streets of Jerusalem yesterday to march for women’s rights and to protest against sexual harassment in the ‘Slut Walk’. The scene was made up of women shedding their clothes and holding placards saying “No means no,” “Don’t tell us how to dress, tell men not to rape,” and “My body is solely mine,” which were written in both English and Hebrew.
The annual march, which has proved controversial in the past, was held with a police escort and passed off without incident. The Slut Walk is an international movement that was sparked in 2011 when a police officer stated that “women should avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimised” during a speech to university students…
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