Women's Rights

“When I see them, I feel that these mannequins are also captured and trapped, and I get a sense of fear,” said a woman shopper.
The minister of higher education in the Taliban government has broken his silence over his controversial decision to ban women from higher education.
An ambassador for the event dubbed homosexuality "damage in the mind."
Illinois may soon be the second state to pass the Reproductive Health Act to protect the right to abortion.
Chanting crowds have rallied in Berlin, Washington DC and Los Angeles in solidarity with protesters facing a violent government crackdown in Iran.
Elnaz Rekabi took part in the Asian Championship in Seoul without her country's mandatory headscarf.
Iran's "Woman! Life! Freedom!" protests continue despite crackdowns, but the movement's future is unclear.
New Hampshire's Don Bolduc said that "as a man," he thinks women “get the best voice” when state legislators decide how to regulate their rights.
Nearly three weeks in, the demonstrations against Iran's religious regime have found their new, courageous leaders: schoolgirls and young women.
Protests against the country’s strict dress code and “morality police” continue in the wake of Mahsa Amini’s death.