While too abstract to be an explicitly codified principle, the concept of machismo is present on a social, economic, and political level.
Nearly a decade following worldwide media coverage of Malala’s activism for women’s right to education, Pakistan’s road to a more accessible & equitable education for female students has remained stagnant, showcasing the varied factors holding Pakistan from forging ahead.
A feminist foreign policy necessitates a shift in values and a transition from militaristic to diplomatic tactics in dealing with actors on the world stage.
The problem of legal support and mutual aid for sex workers has been a topic of increasing importance as sex workers are speaking out against violence committed by customers, managers, and the police.
The Great Divide
White, Male Supermanagers as the Purveyors of Income Inequality
In South Korea, tattoos are commonly viewed as satanic corruptions of the temple of one’s bodies. One way that South Korea’s legal system discourages tattoos through overwhelming obstacles is by requiring tattoo artists to possess medical doctor’s licenses.
Across generations and within every major civil rights movement, Lebanese women have stood at the forefront of protests. They lead revolution, hope for change, and new beginnings. And yet, Lebanon gives nothing in return to its most loyal soldiers.
The apparent rise of gender-based homicide has impelled Latin American countries to legally distinguish the crime as “femicide.”