A national magazine that targets teenage girls, run in a country that fights a daily battle for women’s rights, is subtly promoting that women are useless while menstruating, and must therefore hide their periods, which demonstrates how even our progressive country needs to focus in on the menstrual taboo.
The petition outlines a series of serious allegations regarding the HPV vaccines Gardasil® and Cervarix®. Petitioners Kalpana Mehta, Nalini Bhanot and Dr. Rukmini Rao reported that the two HPV vaccines were illegally brought into the states of Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat and subsequently administered to thousands of young, vulnerable Indian children before the vaccines were known to be safe.
Say NO to Psychiatric Drugs! Take Action Once for Every Member of Your Family, Like and Share as Widely as Possible People like you with families like yours are under attack. Handed out like candy, psychiatric drugs are dispensed as if they were trivial, safe and effective. Nothing could be further from the truth. In Continue Reading …
Marcia G. Yerman sums the political issue of domestic violence well in another excellent expose. Three women die a day from a domestic violence related act. Our government is proposing to cut vital protections in the Violence Against Women Act. If it happens to one woman it happens to all of us. Shout out to Marcia Yerman for bringing this issue to the forefront.
Leslie Carol Botha: My colleague Christina England exposes another dark side of vaccine injury: when parents are accused of child abuse and have their children removed from home. In one, case the innocent father was blamed for the death of his daughter and is now serving life imprisonment. Christina has helped hundreds of families Continue Reading …
No doubt in my mind that any man who uses violence against women should be classified as a ‘terrorist.’ I am glad Lucy Berrington has brought this issue and this perception into the media. Women do not have homeland security to protect us. Many of us have been told that if police handled every single domestic disturbance between women and men – they would not have time to fight crime.
On July 11, World Population Day, the British government and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation are hosting an international Family Planning Summit in London to launch an ambitious $4 billion contraceptive program initiated by Melinda Gates. On the surface it all sounds good, wrapped in the language of saving and empowering women. But many reproductive health and human rights activists worry that the summit represents a serious backslide to the bad old days of population control when contraception was deployed as a technical fix to reduce birthrates.