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Canada Passes Prostitution Bill – C-36

Bill C-36, the Canadian government’s prostitution bill, passes The Conservative government’s prostitution bill – Bill C-36 – passed in the House of Commons by a 156-124 vote. http://openparliament.ca/bills/41-2/C-36/ In 2007, a case challenging Canada’s prostitution laws as unconstitutional resulted in the Supreme Court of Canada throwing out the laws...

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Gender Equality

Gender Equality

Watch Emma Watson address the UN for heforshe.org Share on Facebook

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Criminal Misuse of Data By Gov’t

Criminal Misuse of Data By Gov’t

The MSM is spending way to much time discussing Benghazi. Fox is one thing, but MSNBC and others, have commentators talking about it with guests every day. In the mean time, we are missing out on a lot of news that is important. As a retired RN Certified Risk Manager from the Dept. of VA. I am interested in the latest news of alleged potentially criminal misuse of waiting time data. It makes me...

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Men Are Rising To Stop Violence

Men Are Rising To Stop Violence

Congolese Men Launch A Feminist Group Two dozen men in the Democratic Republic of Congo have launched a group to fight for women’s rights in the region, which has been called the worst place in the world to be a woman. “Women’s rights don’t just affect feminist movements,” the members of V-Men Congo said in a statement announcing the group’s formation. “The stakes...

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Thanks To To-Wen

This post is from TO-WEN TSENG 曾多聞 Journalist/Author/Mother We link a related post here on this topic of breastfeeding moms here. Below is her letter to the Asian American Journalists Association: Dear AAJA, Spending my entire career life with ethnic media, I often feel that among those news organizations that misrepresent Asian Americans, ethnic media are the worst. It’s ironic, but...

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Political Exposure: the Breast

Political Exposure: the Breast

© D.A. Clarke It is a blazing hot day in August, still and dusty, asphalt starting to melt in the streets…As you walk down the Mall or along the beach, as you toil up a forest path or weed your yard, shirt plastered to your back with sweat, you see men pass by in shorts—just shorts. Now and then you think, in transitory anger, “But it isn’t fair!” Now and then you long...

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