Browsing All posts tagged under »Women’s Rights«

NY Times Front Page: Women, Stripped Of Rights By Trump, Still Won’t Vote For Women

January 20, 2020 by


By Clay Waters ~ On the front page of Saturday’s New York Times, reporter Lisa Lerer wondered why so many women were reluctant to vote for a woman (i.e. Elizabeth Warren) to run for president in “Taking Feminism to Heart, if Not to the Caucuses – Beating Trump Matters More Than Electing a Woman, to […]

The Women’s March Is Melting Down, And It Makes Perfect Sense

January 21, 2019 by


By Kelsey Harkness ~ Two years into the movement, the Women’s March is melting down. Much of the media will blame its decay on the leaders’ unwillingness to denounce anti-Semitism, but that will only be part of the story. The other reason it will ultimately demise is because it was a fraud from the very […]

As American Women Put Their Pink Hats Back On, Women In Iran Rip Off Their Hijabs

January 6, 2018 by


By Kelsey Harkness ~ As American women prepare to put on their pink hats for a second time to protest President Donald Trump on the anniversary of his inauguration, women in Iran are taking off their hijabs, protesting an oppressive theocratic regime. For nearly 40 years since the 1979 revolution, Iranian women have been forced […]

Equal Opportunity Stop Lights For Melbourne

March 7, 2017 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ TonyfromOz prefaces: If this is not the silliest, most ridiculous thing I have read in ages, then sometimes I wonder. If a major city council or State Government has nothing better to do with taxpayers money than change lighting warning signs that have been around since road crossing signs were first […]

Feminist Mother Traumatised By Boy Growing Inside Her

December 22, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Right or Left, there is something scary about people who put the cause above the individual. Take Polly Dunning,  who when pregnant felt “sick” at realising she was carrying a boy and was already planning to read him the riot act when he got out. Just when you thought the world […]

Liberated Women And The Traditional Family

September 16, 2014 by


By Alan Caruba ~ My generation, born in the late 1930s and the 1940s, has witnessed a dramatic change in the role and the rights of women in America. A significant result of the women’s liberation movement is a change in the role of traditional marriage that was reported in early September. “If you count […]

Scandal Staining Hillary’s Record

July 13, 2013 by


By Salena Zito ~ In September 1995, then-first lady Hillary Clinton spoke on human rights for women and girls, detailing in a speech in China a shocking list of abuses around the world. “It is time for us to say here in Beijing … that it is no longer acceptable to discuss women’s rights as […]

Rape Epidemics May Spell Death Throes For A Culture

March 10, 2013 by


By Dr. Laina Farhat-Holzman ~ When I first lived in Iran, before the Islamic Revolution, I never felt threatened in the streets. Upper class women went about their errands in Tehran, dressed in the latest Paris fashions of the day, including miniskirts during the 1960s. Other than being pinched in a crowd, the prospect of […]

United Nations Declares Contraception Access a “Human Right”

December 3, 2012 by


By Sarah Morris ~ In the United Nations Population Fund’s (UNFPA) recent State of World Population report, access to contraception is described as a “universal human right.” While the report has no legal force, it declares that cultural and financial barriers to accessing contraception are an infringement on women’s rights. While access to contraceptives may […]

Why Aren’t Feminists Here Fighting This War On Women?

March 23, 2012 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Strange idea of honor: At least 943 Pakistani women and girls were murdered last year for allegedly defaming their family’s honor, the country’s leading human rights group said Thursday… Some victims were raped or gang raped before being killed, the Commission said. Most of the women were killed by their brothers […]