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Japan’s Ruling Party Reveals New Plan: More Women In Meetings; But They Shouldn’t Speak

If this wasn't in legit newspapers, it would be unbelievable - that 1st world country Japan shows such regressive views about women in governance. Women at meetings for show?

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New Study Finds Severity Of Crash Injuries In Women Not Coz Of Any ‘Lack Of Driving Skills’

The reason most women get hurt worse than men in car accidents is the size of their cars. Will we stop calling women 'bad drivers' now?

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Tokyo 2020 Olympics Chief Yoshiro Mori Says Women Talk Too Much At Meetings, Called Out For Sexism
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In yet another case of workplace sexism, the Tokyo Olympics chief Yoshiro Mori said women delay meetings, as they talk too much. 

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Women Can Only Be Either Smart Or Beautiful, Says Big B’s Latest Comment!

Amitabh Bachchan recently seemingly 'complimented' the IMF Chief Gita Gopinath. But the comment only showed our sexist beliefs about women. 

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When Politicians From Both Sides Consider A Woman Just A ‘Viable’ Baby Making Machine

When will men, especially men in power, stop thinking of women just as baby making machines that can uphold a patriarchy that benefits only men?

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69y.o. Kerala Actor Rajini Chandy’s Glam Photoshoot Was ‘Too Sexy’ For Sexist & Ageist Trolls
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Rajini Chandy, a 69-year-old Kerala actress was viciously trolled for her glamorous photoshoot, called 'too sexy'. This denial of older women’s agency and sexuality is blatantly sexist and ageist and has to stop.

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