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South Korean former sex slaves renew calls for Japan to apologize

Originally published in:
Mainichi Daily News (Japan)

NEW YORK -- It was a moonlit night in the autumn of 1943 when Yong Soo Lee experienced the darkest moment of her life -- Japanese soldiers snatched her from her home in southeast South Korea.

At Religious Universities, Disputes Over Faith and Academic Freedom

Originally published in:
New York Times

Neela Banerjee

C'mon, guys, there's nothing to be afraid of

Originally published in:
The Salt Lake Tribune, Opinion

Peter Walters
Why are people afraid of "The Vagina Monologues"?

Body by Eve

Originally published in:
PLAYBACK:stl (St. Louis)

Brian Jarvis
“It’s what I call the heartbreaking campaign,” Ensler says, “because there is no end. We spend 40 billion a year on beauty products, and the only end is vanishing.”

Warrior of another kind

Originally published in:
East Standard, Nairobi, Kenya

Jayne Rose Gacheri

For more than a decade, Agnes Pareiyo has been traversing the expansive Maasai plains on foot with a dummy organ in her hand

V-Day Letter To The Editor Of The Michigan Daily

Originally published in:
The Michigan Daily (Ann Arbor, Michigan)

Dear Editor,

Eve Ensler on BBC-TV’s "Talking Point" program

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On Sunday, November 27, Eve Ensler appeared on BBC-TV’s “Talking Point” to talk about the recent World Health Organization (WHO) Multi-Country Study On Women’s Health and Domestic Violence aga

The Dignity Works

Originally published in:
Al-Ahram Weekly, Egypt

Fatemah Farag
How to assert a woman's right to a violence-free existence? Women activists from across the ideological spectrum met in Cairo to discuss this.