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Global Quickies: Sexist Slogans on Vans, Topless Protest, and Ikea Catalog Without Women


“A transgender woman has been blocked from seeing her five children after a family court ruled it was not compatible with her ex-wife’s ultra-orthodox Jewish background.”

“Hundreds of women stage mass topless protest in Buenos Aires. [The] march follows beach incident when 20 police threatened three with arrest for showing their breasts. (NSFW)

“Furniture giant IKEA sent out a catalog for the ultra-Orthodox community in Israel that deliberately omits women or girls from the images inside.”

“An Australian state has banned sexist and offensive slogans on campervans and other vehicles following a high-profile campaign. It follows complaints about “degrading slogans and imagery” on hire vehicles primarily aimed at young backpackers.”

“Tanzania’s government has stopped 40 privately run health centers from providing AIDS-related services, accusing them of catering to homosexuals in a country where gay sex is criminalized.”

“The parents of a woman whose 2012 gang-rape and murder in Delhi triggered national outrage have asked that a museum established in her honour uses her real name in its title, to dispel the stigma around sexual assault victims.”

Featured image: Ikea catalog

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