What’s Current: New Zealand teacher sentenced to prison for filming 90 women & girls in bathroom

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  • A teacher from Wellington, NZ, who filmed over 90 women and girls in the bathroom of his home during homestay arrangements, has been sentenced to two years and nine months.
  • The parents of a six-year-old girl have filed a complaint with the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario over gender theory lessons taught at her Ottawa school, which left her anxious and wondering why girls were “not real” or if she needed to “go to a doctor” over being a girl.
  • In Seoul, 80 percent of women, and 57 percent of men, report being afraid of being secretly filmed by spy cameras in public places, like hotel rooms and restrooms. City government says they’ll be conducting more inspections of public facilities and hospitality businesses.
  • Minors in the State of Vermont will be able to get cosmetic genital surgery on the state’s Medicaid program with a parent’s permission, rather than having to wait until the age of 21.
  • Spanish police have busted a prostitution ring believed to have lured as many as 200 women, mostly Ukrainian, to Spain with the promise of hotel jobs, only to trap them into sex trafficking.
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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