Lawmakers in Denmark announced a plan to reform existing sexual violence laws in order to institute a lack of consent, rather than force, as the basis for determining rape.
A memorial highlighting the 122 names of women murdered by men over the past year was held in Paris to commemorate the one-year anniversary of Collages Feminicides, a street-art campaign calling attention to violence against women.
Brazil expands the requirements for rape victims seeking an abortion less than two weeks after a 10-year-old rape victim was denied an abortion in her home state, sparking protests across the country.
A US study found that working from home during the pandemic has benefited men while disproportionately damaging the careers of women and people of color.
MARY HICKMAN HAS DONE VOICE WORK FOR THE ENGLISH AUDIO TOUR OF THE WAR AND WOMEN’S HUMAN RIGHTS MUSEUM IN SOUTH KOREA. SHE IS CURRENTLY DEVELOPING A VOLUNTEER-RUN AUDIO PROJECT TO BRING AWARENESS TO FEMINIST WRITERS.
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