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Sudan Olympia Team

Yusra was one of the only people who could swim when her boat, full of families fleeing Syria, began to sink. So she jumped into the water and swam for three hours to the Greek shores, towing the boat and saving everyone on board. Now, 2 years later, Yusra will be swimming in the Olympics as the youngest member of the world’s first refugee team. In just days, 10 incredible men and women - from Syria to South Sudan - will compete in the Olympics as the first refugee team in history. But…

von BuzzFeed Community

Community Post: 22 Things Only Women's And Gender Studies' Majors Understand

Some people say we don't need feminism anymore. (1) 1 in 4 women are STILL raped. (2) 87 out of 100 U.S. Senators are STILL men. (3) 5 million women STILL starve themselves to look "beautiful." (4) Women's health, freedom, safety, and reproductive rights are STILL threatened around the world.

Joe Brennan When you next ponder posting a 'funny' piss off we're full picture or a Britains First post about migrants being scum, parasites, swarm of thieves etc. look at this father with his child escaping from Syria and imagine looking him in the eye and pushing his boat back out to sea...

von Washington Post

7 ridiculous restrictions on women’s rights around the world

7 ridiculous restrictions on women’s rights around the world. The "war on women" imaginary or over?? Not so much.

von The Huffington Post

The UN Sent 3 Foreign Women To The U.S. To Assess Gender Equality. They Were Horrified.

The U.N. Sent 3 Foreign Women to the U.S. to Assess Gender Equality...and the human rights experts concluded that the country falls far behind most others.

von the Guardian

Colleen McCullough: we'll celebrate a woman for anything, as long as it's not her talent

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von Unstrange Mind

Deeper Levels of Stigma

Deeper levels of stigma - "This is an important piece. A disabled life is not a lesser life but our cultural attitudes certainly say it is, and to drive that home, some of the responses to the news that Robin Williams learned he had Parkinson's included people saying that they now understand why he killed himself. NO NO NO." Quote, Christine Claire Reed

THIS. I need feminism because some people think "You don't look like a physicist" is a compliment.