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DDS Murders
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In May 2018 (Babae Ako - I'm a woman.) a women's rights movement in the Philippines was inspired by a politician's rants about women's rights. The movement launched in May 20, 2018 as a social media campaign using hashtag #BabaeAko but live protests were later held. The founders of the movement were included among the "25 Most Influential People on the Internet in 2018" list by Time Magazine.
Women and girls must be protected from discrimination on the grounds of gender, age, marital status and sexual preference. Governments have a responsibility to ensure that no element of government is encouraging rape, incest or the violation of women and girl's rights. In the case of the Philippines, human rights should be women's rights. Watch this section for special local developments. - babaeako.org
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• Headline: Saudi vs Yemen = USA vs Iran. Feed Trump Locusts too, says Melissa.

by Melissa Hemingway, Mon, 16 Sep 2019 06:44:56 GMT

Did you ever ask a Houthi how many Houthis does it take to screw in a light bulb? FPMag once responded to a harassing gaggle of catcalling Houthi men with that question. It made their mouths drop. For some reason … more →


• Headline: Huawei left Master-Slave relationship aiming for friend status.

by Micheal John, Sun, 15 Sep 2019 07:59:45 GMT

Huawei has just announced that it will make its 5G source code available to any buyer or licensee of its technology. On closer look,  one sees it already does that. Analysis by Micheal John Real coders know this and whenever … more →


• Headline: Don’t let go of your humanity, despite Trumpists. [Analysis]

by Melissa Hemingway, Sat, 14 Sep 2019 03:33:08 GMT

In retrospect, the history of the Trumpists running the United States has been more deleterious to the health of American culture and global society than was predicted. “The election of Donald Trump as president in November 2016 capped a campaign … more →


• Headline: Love what Donald Trump hates. But don’t hate him. Love him. Get him help.

by Behar Abbasi, Thu, 12 Sep 2019 04:49:11 GMT

Donald Trump leads a hate movement is how some pundits see the reality of Trumpism. Trump hates imports, women, blacks, all other non-whites, Muslims, criticism, and The Squad. by Behar Abbasi Click image to enlarge. Photo Credit: left clockwise, Melissa Hemingway, … more →


• Headline: Trump presidency a panacea of validation for misogyny.

by Melissa Hemingway, Wed, 11 Sep 2019 10:39:11 GMT

This article in the series “Don't let go…” argues that Trumpism and  its trajectory through society over five years has induced subtle, compounding violences that have quashed the global safety of women & children because of induced severe and dangerous … more →


• Headline: Canadians – Ahead by a Century [Comment]

by Micheal John, Tue, 10 Sep 2019 02:36:59 GMT

Where are Canadians at these days? Global village? Tuned out? Navel gazing? Impervious to the world because of Canada's saturation in wealth, scraped from the ground? Nope. Just being Canadian [Comment] by Micheal John The early morning Monday this week … more →


Other fundamental women's issues suggested for your reading.

  1. Abortion
  2. BreastFeeding
  3. Feminism
  4. Female Genital Mutilation
  5. FPMag Women's Views
  6. Gropers
  7. #MeToo
  8. Mysogyny vs Gender Equality
  9. Nuclear Disarmament
  10. Pornography
  11. Prostitution
  12. Rape and Sexual Assault defined
  13. Women's Literature
  14. War Crime of Rape

‣ From time immemorial, rape has been regarded as spoils of war. Now it will be considered a war crime. We want to send out a strong message that rape is no longer a trophy of war but a serious war crime. ~ The RINJ Foundation


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