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I recently learned that genetic paternity tests are being restricted or even banned in Germany and France (and perhaps in other countries as well). In Germany the law requires consent from both ...

Feminism holds that men and women should have equal rights (e.g. Feminism on Wikipedia). Many religions preach that men and women are fundamentally different, and even that men are superior to women. ...

According to this article Saudi Arabia was (and still is for a little while) the only country that did not allow women to drive: Women in Saudi Arabia will be allowed to drive, the government ...

I bumped into a Wikipedia article with a long list of historical figures who were supposedly feminists. Joan of arc is on the list. Is it scientifically correct to label someone feminist just because ...

Given that it took the 27th Amendment to the United States Constitution over 200 years to be ratified, would the Equal Rights Amendment that is currently three states short of the required 38 states ...

It is well known that the human sex ratio (men/women) is high in India and China due to gender-based abortion and infanticide (e.g. India and China). Under certain interpretations of the word, this ...

I've read there was a 2017 Women's March held on the day after President Trump's inauguration in Washington. It's not clear to me why? What's their motivation? And what goals do they hope to ...

Feminists oppose the Violence Against Women Act for multiple reasons: Domestic violence victims who avoid calling the police or seeking other help can put themselves in even more danger. A 2007 ...

I have a question about the sex gender distinction, and how trans-advocates interpret it, vs how feminists interpret it. My understanding, is that the classic feminist model of sex and gender is: Sex ...

ISIS has recently been accused of making female genital mutilation compulsory for girls and women under the age of 49. They've denied the claim. My understanding was that no government has ever made ...

Many people simply assume that the life expectancy gap is due to biology, but is the gap also a result of social polices, attitudes, values and beliefs?

Could anyone tell me why the United States has not ratified the CEDAW (The Convention of the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women) yet ?

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