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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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Feminine-Perspective Magazine Women's view of news and events.
  1. Women’s March 2019. Women you should march for.
    Published: Sat, 19 Jan 2019 21:20:50

    March for all women, no matter their race color or creed. No matter their status. And march all men who stand equal with women. March for migrant women; raped women; refugee women; human rights defenders; imprisoned women; abused women; and … Read

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  2. Women are asked to Secretly Report ISIS Members
    Published: Sat, 19 Jan 2019 10:01:48

    The Islamic State has issued a statement claiming responsibility for the horrific attack that killed 20 diners in a restaurant in Manbij  on Wednesday, 16 January. American men and women working in Manbij are included among the dead. Mostly local … Read

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  3. Proof: Beware Five-Eyes Anglo SmartPhone spies. Not China.
    Published: Thu, 17 Jan 2019 20:26:01

    Telegram, Signal, WhatsApp are just three names of encrypted communication smartphone apps that governments can’t monitor when users seek privacy and choose to create end-to-end encrypted conversations. This act is unequivocal proof the user does not want to be eavesdropped. … Read

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  4. Meng Case and Schellenberg China Case unrelated.
    Published: Thu, 17 Jan 2019 05:59:38

    The Trudeau government needs to wake up. A Canadian smuggling dangerous substances from China–drugs that are infamously destroying lives throughout Asia and Oceania–is a sensitive issue of the kind that terrifies Chinese officials who fear angering Beijing which has been … Read

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  5. TheBestMenCanBe. Thanks Gillette. Now really help.
    Published: Wed, 16 Jan 2019 00:49:01

    This week I watched the Gillette advertising from a class 4 city in the middle of Southeast Asia. Millions of people live around here. I was in court tracking several child rape cases. One was 4, one was 7,  and … Read

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  6. America is humbled by Turkey's humanitarian action.
    Published: Tue, 15 Jan 2019 03:55:20

    Trump threatens Turkey: ‘Don’t attack Kurds or else face economic devastation.’ Predictably the value of the Lira sunk. The threat has been realized. Turkey can now do whatever it likes. More than 2.8 million women and children have been driven … Read

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  7. Myanmar muzzling Journos equals witness tampering [In Depth]
    Published: Sun, 13 Jan 2019 23:41:40

    If a journalist writes about a secret, it is because a source gave up the secret. The journalist did not commit a crime. This must always be true or malign governments will officially declare their crime, a secret. From: Journalism When … Read

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  8. Welcome to Canada, Rahaf al-Qunun
    Published: Sat, 12 Jan 2019 23:16:56

    Her brilliant smile says: Free at last. She might otherwise be dead. Look: Smiling Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun, is with a welcoming and joyful Minister of Foreign Affairs, Chrystia Freeland, in Toronto, Canada. Human rights defenders are heaping accolades on the Canadian … Read

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  9. Philippines HIV Law Not Enough
    Published: Thu, 10 Jan 2019 23:58:06

    The Philippines President Duterte needs to use his bully platform to tell men not to rape and remind them incest is a form of rape. The HIV and AIDS Policy Act of 2018 approved by the Senate in May of … Read

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  10. Healthy Women: You are never alone.
    Published: Wed, 09 Jan 2019 23:27:41

    Feeling hollow, singled out, ashamed, like you’re the one to blame, heartbroken, faulty, pushed aside, invisible, used, shattered…. the list could go on. We can view our lives living with these personal views  in mind, but we can also choose … Read

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Other fundamental women's issues suggested for your reading.

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

‣ Over 10.6 million people are sexually assaulted each year. Including prisons in the United States, an estimated half million sexual assaults take place in that country yearly, a substantial percentage of which have male victims. Around the world, an estimated 10,606,000 sexual assaults take place each year. Most victims are under age 25.


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