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Bill Clinton’s Rape Victim Breaks Down in Tears: "Hillary Angrily Intimidated Me"

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Juanita Broaddrick, one of Bill Clinton’s rape victims, spoke with Breitbart.com this week about the abuse she suffered at the hands of Bill and Hillary Clinton. Broaddrick alleges that Bill Clinton raped her in 1978 when he was running for governor of Arkansas. She described the assault in an NBC interview in 1999, : Then he tries to kiss me again. And the second time he tries to kiss me he starts... 

World's Most Dangerous Holiday Destinations for Women

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There are some countries where women exposed to misogyny, pestering and, in some cases, danger. Travelling to far-flung exotic third world destinations can be a hugely rewarding experience that many women in the West take for granted. For most, it is an entirely safe and liberating adventure that they will never forget, for all the right reasons. But while wolf whistles, cat calls and belligerent taxi... 

Girls wearing lipstick or having an iPhone are labeled BAD in India

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The poster by students at the Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology in Bangalore details things that a bad girl does in India. There are many ways to be labelled ‘A bad girl’ in the UK, including stealing from the tuck-shop, cheating in an exam and smoking behind the bike sheds. But in India, the bar for being a disappointment to society is much, much lower. A group of students from... 

7 shocking restrictions of women's rights in the world

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International Women’s Day is over, but there are millions of women in the world, who do not enjoy life to the fullest. Many women are considered inferior members of the human race, who are deprived of basic and constitutionally enshrined rights. For example, in Yemen, if a woman is a witness in a court case, which is a very rare occurrence, her testimony will be counted as only 50-percent truthful.... 

Erdogan's gender inequality comments at women's rights conference spark outrage

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Turkey’s president says men and women cannot be equal, and that feminists don’t understand motherhood. Recep Tayyip Erdogan caused widespread offence with his comments at a conference on women’s rights in Ankara. “You cannot make women and men equal; this is against nature,” Erdogan stated on Monday. “You cannot subject a pregnant woman to the same working conditions as a man. You cannot... 

Saudi activists set to defy no-women driving law

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Activists in Saudi Arabia are set to defy a no-women driving law by getting behind the wheel amid warnings of punishment by officials. Saudi activists are encouraging women to drive themselves in public on Sunday on the anniversary of an October 26 campaign last year by female drivers in defiance of a driving ban in the kingdom. In recent weeks, campaigners have been pushing on social media for women... 

Saudi King's Daughters kept Hostage for 13 years

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Sahar and Jawaher Al Saud The Saudi princesses who have been locked up by their father – the king of Saudi Arabia – for about 13 years for speaking out against the country’s oppression of women, told RT they are on survival mode in their own palace. “We are running out of food and out of water. We are on survival mode. We are eating some expired food. All that we can find,” Sahar... 

Kuwaiti woman arrested in Saudi Arabia for driving sick father to hospital

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A Kuwaiti woman was arrested in Saudi Arabia for driving a car while taking her diabetic father to the hospital. The arrest comes just one week after Saudi women protested the driving ban in the conservative Gulf monarchy. The woman was driving a Chevrolet Epica with her father in the passenger seat when she was pulled over in an area located near the border with Kuwait, Saudi police told Kuwait Times... 

Iranian women organize topless protest against hijabs in Swedish capital

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The Iranian female activists have followed the footsteps of the scandalous Ukrainian FEMEN movement, flashing their breasts in protest against the hijab headscarf, women wear in the Islamic world. The action performed by members of the Iranian Communist Party and the Organization Against Violence on Women in Iran took place in the center of the Swedish capital, Stockholm on Sunday, and was dedicated... 

Women's rights in Saudi Arabia

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Recently, the dictator Abdullah of Saudi Arabia (who for the traditional media remains as a democratic and righteous king) granted in an absolutely benevolent form the right to vote being passed for the women of his country. The treatment of Abdullah goes together with the sympathy shown by the media to the dictator – or “president” – of Yemen, Ali Saleh, who has not fallen... 
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