What’s Current: UK police officers disciplined for fining victim who was murdered by her stalker

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  • Two UK police officers face disciplinary action after Shana Grice was fined for wasting police time before she was murdered by her stalker, who was reported to the police by 13 other women.
  • On Monday, May 20th, Meghan Murphy will speak in London, UK, with Julie Bindel and Prof. Selina Todd, at the event, “A Woman’s Place Is Back In Town,” moderated by Ruth Serwotka.
  • Forty-three per cent of women surveyed in Vietnamese garment factories face sexual harassment and assault on production lines while making clothing for western brands.
  •  US women die from heart disease more often than men, and doctors are (finally) raising awareness and researching women’s specific risk factors and symptoms.
  • A trans-identified male activist, Stephanie Hayden, won a court battle ordering UK parenting site, Mumsnet, to reveal the identity of a user who allegedly “abused” him. Hayden was previously unsuccessful in suing Irish comedy writer, Graham Linehan, for alleged “transphobic harassment.”
Natasha Chart
Natasha Chart

Natasha Chart is an online organizer and feminist living in the United States. She does not recant her heresy.

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