Prominent Lebanese novelist and lifelong women's rights activist Emily Nasrallah has died at the age of 87. A distinguished author of novels, ...
Since time immemorial, the struggle for women’s rights has played out on streets, cinema screens and in art
Elisa Camahort, asked Kardashian why she likes to post nude photos of herself on social media.
A popular Iranian actress has found herself at the center of a dispute over the “women power” symbol tattooed on her arm
The country of racial and cultural diversity now has an all-male predominantly white cabinet
The marches are organized by women's rights group GoTopless, which campaigns for women to be able to go shirtless across the world
Two members of controversial feminist campaign group Femen were arrested in Morocco
Last month, 11-year-old Rowan Hansen of Champaign, Illinois, wrote a letter DC Comics to express her disappointment about the absence of female superheroes
Elshakmagia is said to be the first feminist comic-strip magazine to discuss societal topics
Judge Kalthoum Kannou has recently entered the history books as the first female presidential candidate in modern-day Tunisia
The publication aims to break the silence about taboo topics in the Egyptian society
Torn between culture and progressiveness, families are key to female freedom of expression
The speech on feminism and gender was part of the launch of the U.N. campaign “HeForShe”
Three guards were meanwhile given suspended fines of $390 to $1,300 for manhandling three of the activists
Shahla Sherkat has been accused by hard-liners in Iran of promoting 'obsolete' feminist views
Celebrities including Richard Branson vow to boycott a hotel chain linked to Brunei's sultan after he introduced a controversial Islamic penal code
Atatürk’s Muslim faith led him to pursue equality between men and women
“An American Bride in Kabul” tells the story of a young American college girl who married an older Afghan man. Despite the initial ...
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