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Helping Lebanese Men and Boys Break Out of the “Box”

Interview with Hussein Safwan: Helping Lebanese Men and Boys Break Out of the “Box” – Promundo

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#قطر #أبوظبي #دبي #mydubai #الشارقة #البحرين #رأس_الخيمة #الإمارات #صباح_الخير #emirates #العين #الامارات #woman #egypt #photo #instapicmixapp #statigram #vine #arab #quotes #jordanian #jerusalem #man #lebanese #iraq #equality #palestinian #syrian #feminist #tagsforlikes#سوريا #الجهراء #ليبيا #فلسطين #خبر #الرياض #عاجل #حصري_نيوز #العراق #تونس #مصر #الجزائر #الدمام #تركيا #المغرب #روسيا #لبنان #اليمن #الاردن

It must be that hard living and being that freaking stupid

It must be that hard living and being that freaking stupid<amen

And she cuts off his transmission completely. Journalist Shuts Man Down After He Says It's Beneath Him To Be Interviewed By A Woman. Ain't nobody got time for that!

Badass Journalist Shuts A Man Down After He Says It's Beneath Him To Be Interviewed By Her

A video has gone viral of Rima Karaki, a TV host and university professor who cut short an interview with a London-based Islamist scholar after he told her to “shut up”

In the 20th century a movement for women's rights developed in Syria, made up largely of upper-class, educated women.  In 1928 Lebanese-Syrian feminist Nazira Zain al-Din, one of the first people to critically reinterpret the Koran from a feminist perspective, published a book condemning the practice of veiling or hijab, arguing that Islam requires women to be treated equally with men.

In the 20th century a movement for women's rights developed in Syria, made up largely of upper-class, educated women. In 1928 Lebanese-Syrian feminist Nazira Zain al-Din, one of the first people to critically reinterpret the Koran from a feminist perspective, published a book condemning the practice of veiling or hijab, arguing that Islam requires women to be treated equally with men.

With atrocities in Sinai, Beirut and Paris (and let’s keep the order in sequence here, since all those lost innocents, Russian, Lebanese and French, are equal as our brothers and sisters), I was beginning to think that our emotions were becoming as insane as the perpetrators of these crimes. An “act of war”, a response “without mercy” – the French response was straight out of the Isis vocabulary.

Robert Fisk: 'We remain blindfolded about Isis' says the man who should know

'We remain blindfolded about Isis' says the man who should know

Also because america isn't the only country in the world. Women's lives matter. Black women, Lebanese women, Mexican women, Iraqi women, all women of color matter too. Don't forget that. We aren't just fighting for the women of America but also for the women of every country in the world.

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

Women's rights advocates partnering with men to combat violence against women. Story via Women News Network.

Lebanese advocates ABAAD partner with men for gender equality

"Do Women Like to Be Sexually Harrassed? Men in New Survey Say Yes" | Slate Magazine | by Christina Cauterucci

Do Women Like Being Sexually Harassed? Men in New Survey Say Yes.

A new report illuminates why some men harass women—and why they think some women are to blame.

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