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World Cup Allows Iranian Women Freedom to Watch Matches in Russia

Iranian women are experiencing the freedom to attend mixed sporting events during the World Cup events in Russia without facing the fear or actuality of being punished or experiencing jail time as they would for doing the same thing in the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman conducts a meeting with Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May with other members of their delegations, inside 10 Downing Street, London, on Wednesday March 7, 2018. Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman received a royal welcome with high level political talks to begin his …

Saudi Crown Prince Asked to Explain How ‘Equal Pay’ Program Doesn’t Contradict Sharia

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman insisted in an interview with 60 Minutes aired Sunday that he will enact reforms to ensure equality of the sexes, claiming that a Saudi “equal pay” initiative is in the works despite the country not yet allowing women to drive or conduct many basic activities without a male guardian.

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Women Launch Motherhood Movement, Push Back on Feminist Propaganda 

Organizers said the press conference held at the Phyllis Schlafly Center was to announce to the nation and the world that mothers want to take back America from the grip of feminism and liberalism and return it to a country focused on family, freedom and the principles embraced by its founding fathers.

Participants march against sexual assault and harassment at the #MeToo March in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on Sunday, Nov. 12, 2017. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

Cassie Jaye on #MeToo: ‘Falsely Accused People Are Victims, Too’

“We all need to recognize that falsely accused people are victims, too,” said Cassie Jaye of persons — mostly men — who are falsely accused of committing sexual misconduct. She made her comments within a broader discussion on feminism and associated #MeToo narratives.