What’s Current: Sticker appearing to depict sexual assault of Greta Thunberg linked to Alberta oilfield company

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  • A graphic image alluding to 17-year-old environmental activist Greta Thunberg being sexually assaulted with an Alberta oilfield company’s logo printed on it has sparked outrage.
  • UK ministers tell officials that women should be guaranteed female-only restrooms in public buildings, as the sole option of gender-neutral restrooms make women feel unsafe.
  • Women health care providers in Hubei have to work without sanitary supplies while menstruating after city hospitals deemed donations of sanitary products not “critical” amid the coronavirus epidemic.
  • Thousands of undocumented migrant female domestic workers in Lebanon are struggling to return to their home countries, left to fend off abuse and poverty while risking penalty charges and prison amid an economic crisis.
  • The families of dozens of disappeared and murdered Native American women and girls in Montana demand that authorities take their cases seriously
Meghan McCarty
Meghan McCarty

Meghan McCarty is an undergraduate student and aspiring journalist living in the United States.

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