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Senator Risa Hontiveros also chimed in on the issue.
The Angono Municipal Police Station issued a public apology on Facebook after their guidelines on how to avoid rape drew flak online."Ang Angono Municipal Police Station sa pamumuno ni PSUPT RUBEN M PIQUERO ay taos-pusong humihingi ng paumanhin sa lahat
Come on guys, it's 2018.
UPDATE: July 18, 2018 6:46 p.m.: The Angono Municipal Police Station has taken down their Facebook post. Here is a screenshot of the original post:***Warning: We're angry, and you're about to be, too. On July
That people in powerful positions in this country do not get this is worrisome.
It's been a few days since the internet was up in arms over news anchor Anthony Taberna victim-blaming a 19-year-old woman who was raped when she went drinking with someone she had met online. Even when his co-
Let’s fight it together.
Recently, women have been coming forward with their own stories of sexual harassment and assault on social media, their posts held together by a common thread: the words "Me too," written as such or as a hashtag. A trend launched by actress
But the disturbing provision still exists in the Philippines.
Lawmakers in Jordan marked a milestone for women's rights when they recently voted to abolish a law that essentially pardons rapists if they marry their victims."They hailed the move-which comes a week after Tunisia scrapped a similar law-as
It doesn't stay there.
In our country, one woman or child is raped every hour. That means that every single hour, there's a man who makes the conscious decision to violate another human being. It's easy to dismiss them as isolated cases that don'