The party proclaimed the need for more stringent measures in support of Britain in World War I. Indeed, it gave out white feathers to all conscientious objectors. It changed the name of its paper from "The Suffragette" to "Britannia": a paper which concentrated on enlisting women for the war effort. It claimed that this was far more important than the fight for women's suffrage, although it also had policies on equality for women and the abolition of trade unions.
The JI leader expressed these views while addressing a women’s convention as well as a party event. Rehman said the government and the “candle mafia” always talk about the rights of working women, but the women are practically facing acute hardships.
“In the 1970s and 1980s, when people did what they called sexual assault prevention, most of it was focused on women and girls. “They called it prevention but really it was risk reduction where women and girls were taught things like not to put their drink down at a party, have a buddy system or have a man’s voice on the voicemail,” he said.
Senate in North Carolina, a key battleground and a state that could draw more women seeking abortions from nearby states barring the procedure ... Some argued it could also help the party improve its standing among women, including those in the suburbs who grew frustrated with Democrats over pandemic school closures.
Sixty-seven women contesting municipal elections in Port Vila. In Vanuatu's capital, Port Vila, a third of the candidates for the municipal elections are women. 67 people are contesting the 17 seats on the council, including 22 women. Political parties are now campaigning around the city.
Model Meadow RainWalker, 23, joined the army of other females sharing personal stories and outrage at the Supreme Court's rejection of the landmark 1973 ruling, leaving terminations illegal for millions of women in America... "There are countless women who have struggled with making the decision to have an abortion.
Los Angeles, Jun 26 (EFE).- Up to 36 million women of childbearing age are looking over the US map with unease, trying to figure out where the guaranteed right to abortion remains in effect after last week’s Supreme Court ruling revoking the right that has been constitutionally protected since 1973.
Guests on an NBC panel laughed out loud at conservative columnist Peggy Noonan after she suggested that Republicans should use the "victory" over abortion rights to become a "party that helps women." ... that helps women.".
As a record number of Black women run for statewide office and Congress in the 2022 election cycle following the historic elections of Vice PresidentKamala Harris and more recently Virginia Lt ... But amid the optimism, challenges persist for these women running for governor, the majority of them Democrats ... 'Black women have a voice' ... Women.".
PARIS -- A group of lawmakers belonging to French PresidentEmmanuel Macron's party will propose a bill to inscribe abortion rights into the country's constitution, according to the statement by two members of parliament on Saturday ...Supreme Court overturned a 50-year-old ruling and stripped women's constitutional protections for abortion.
The NewYork progressive also took aim at her party's leaders for sending out campaign fundraisers soon after the ruling was issued on Friday ... The lawmaker slammed party leaders for sending out fundraising emails such as this one within hours after the decision had an immediate effect on millions of women.
“To see that principle now lost in the United States feels like a loss for women everywhere ...Nicola Sturgeon, leader of the Scottish Nationalist party, the third biggest party in the UK parliament, said it was “one of the darkest days for women’s rights in my lifetime ... this will embolden anti-abortion and anti-women forces in other countries too”.