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Male Afghan TV presenters mask up to support female colleagues after Taliban decree

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Male TV presenters in Afghanistan are wearing face masks on screen to show solidarity after the Taliban issued an order that all women on news channels must cover their faces. In a protest dubbed #FreeHerFace on socia...

La giudice donna afgana ha assegnato il prestigioso premio per i diritti umani

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Una delle più alte giudici donne dell'Afghanistan è stata premiata con un premio internazionale per i diritti umani mentre continua il suo lavoro per difendere le donne e le ragazze del suo paese da un hotel di Londra. Fawzia Amini, 48, fuggito ...

Taliban orders female Afghan TV presenters to cover faces on air

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Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers have ordered all female TV presenters to cover their faces on air, the country’s biggest media outlet has said. The order came in a statement from the Taliban’s virtue and vice ministry, T...

Female referees to officiate at men’s World Cup for the first time

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Female referees are to officiate at a men’s World Cup for the first time, Fifa has confirmed, with three female assistant referees joining them. In a breakthrough for gender equality within football, Stéphanie Frappar...

How the US is failing female veterans suffering illness from toxic burn pits

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Lacy Hollings watched the billowing black smoke rise a hundred feet from her door and sensed a disaster waiting to happen. Era 2006, and she had been deployed to the Ghazi province in Afghanistan as an interrogator...

Élisabeth Borne diventa la prima donna primo ministro in Francia 30 anni

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Elisabetta Borne, il ministro del lavoro francese, è stata nominata primo ministro, la prima donna a ricoprire la carica in più di 30 anni e solo la seconda donna primo ministro nella storia francese moderna. "Io dedico...

Female student in Nigeria beaten to death over ‘blasphemy’

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A female student in Nigeria was beaten to death and set on fire by fellow students who accused her of posting “blasphemous” statements in a WhatsApp group, two witnesses have said. The school, located in Nigeria’s nor...

Sheffield nurse who filmed up gowns of unconscious female patients jailed

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A voyeur nurse who filmed up the gowns of unconscious female patients and recorded staff using the toilet has been jailed for 12 years by a judge who said he had “brought shame on an honourable profession”. Paul Grays...

Female sports reporters rail against sexism at Scottish newspapers

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Female journalists have accused Scotland’s newspapers of sexist and discriminatory attitudes towards sports reporters after controversy arose over misogynist jokes at an awards dinner. Women in Journalism Scotland (Wi...

‘The pendulum has swung’: Why we female Trinidadian writers are having our moment

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La settimana scorsa, Trinidadian writer Lisa Allen-Agostini’s novel The Bread the Devil Knead landed a coveted spot on the Women’s prize shortlist. As a fellow Trinidadian writer, this is both exciting and unsurprising. These d...

Female facial hair is not uncommon. What happens when we make it visible?

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It is not uncommon for women to have facial hair. It is uncommon for women to have visible facial hair. “Excessive” hair on a woman’s face has a name: hirsutism. Spesso, but not always, it is linked to polycystic ovari...

‘Emotional support witches’: farewell to Grace and Frankie, TV’s greatest female friendship

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Pop culture has long taught us that the worst possible thing that could happen to a woman is for her to end up alone – with cat ladies serving as warnings of the fate awaiting anyone left without someone to love her. ...

Venice Biennale: female artists outnumber males for first time

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There is no shortage of art’s big beasts in Venice, as the world’s most prestigious international art event, the city’s biennale, opens to the public. Georg Baselitz has made works to hang in the 18th-century stucco f...

‘A glorious cacophony of Black female voices’ – Sonia Boyce’s soul train hits Venice

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Voices rise and fall, picking their way through songs and wordless sounds. They break and bend, whisper and tremble. There are cries and ululations, gentle bluesy riffs, operatic moments and open-throated roars, as we...

The new wave of female film-makers confronting Mexico’s violence against women

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When young Ana is forced to have her hair cut in Tatiana Huezo’s film Prayers for the Stolen, her tears indicate the heartbreak of lost youth. It’s a protective measure taken by her mother who is desperate to prevent ...

Nina Stibbe: ‘In fiction, female friendships are either ridiculously saintly or psychopathic’

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Nina Stibbe’s Love, Nina (2013) was a disarming, intelligent and hugely entertaining memoir based on being a nanny for the children of Mary-Kay Wilmers, the former editor of the London Review of Books, and records enc...

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