Offerring on Maya Achi women, victim of sexual abuse in Guatemala

5 Guatemala Paramilitary Soldiers Undergo Trial After 40 Years Over Sexual Abuse on Country's Indigenous Women

Five paramilitary soldiers from Guatemala were accused of raping indigenous women during the country's war.
Afghanistan Ambassador Says Pres. Joe Biden Doesn’t Care about Women, Children Left Behind; Will Take Time before Country Trusts Another U.S. President

Afghanistan Ambassador Says Pres. Joe Biden Doesn't Care About Women, Children Left Behind; Will Take Time Before Country Trusts Another U.S. President

Afghanistan's ambassador the U.S. Adela Raz said that she has lost trust in the U.S. government while claiming that U.S. President Joe Biden does not care about the women and children who were left behind.
New York City's Second Tallest Office Building Opens In Now Quiet Midtown Manhattan

NYU SPS Schack Institute of Real Estate to Host 4th Annual Symposium of Women

Building on the success of its first three years, the School of Professional Studies (NYU SPS) Schack Institute of Real Estate will be hosting its 4th Annual National Symposium of Women in Real Estate (WiRE).
Amnesty International Report: At Least 10 Women, Girls Murdered in Mexico Daily

Amnesty International Report: At Least 10 Women, Girls Murdered in Mexico Daily

An Amnesty International report said at least 10 women and young girls are murdered daily in Mexico.
2 Women in Colombia Caught Smuggling Cocaine Hidden in Their Vaginas

2 Women in Colombia Caught Smuggling Cocaine Hidden in Their Vaginas

Two women in Colombia were caught smuggling cocaine hidden in their vaginas after airport authorities noticed them walking strangely.
Mexico: Oaxaca Declares Beauty Contests as 'Symbolic Violence' Against Women, Bans Use of Public Funds For Such Events

Mexico: Oaxaca Bans Use of Public Funds for Beauty Contests

Mexico's Oaxaca state has banned the use of public funds in beauty contests after the local Congress labeled such events as "symbolic violence" against women.
Kamala Harris’ Mexico Trip Likely to Focus On Women and Youth Aside From Migration Issues

Kamala Harris’ Mexico Trip Likely to Focus On Women and Youth Aside From Migration Issues

Vice President Kamala Harris will be heading to Mexico for her next stop after her Guatemala. She will be meeting with President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.
Chile's Government Gave Out Flawed Birth Control Pills Which Caused Dozens of Unplanned Pregnancies

Chile's Government Gave Out Flawed Birth Control Pills Which Caused Dozens of Unplanned Pregnancies

The government of Chile has provided hundreds of thousands of defective birth control pills to women that resulted in at least 140 unplanned pregnancies.
Hispanic Women More Vulnerable to COVID-19 During Pregnancy, Study Finds

Hispanic Women More Vulnerable to COVID-19 During Pregnancy, Study Finds

A new study finds that Hispanic pregnant women in the Southern United States are twice likely to have coronavirus than non-Hispanic women.
Republicans Hold Virtual 2020 National Convention

Kellyanne Conway Speaks at RNC, Praises Trump for 'Elevating Women'

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said during her speech at the Republican National Convention (RNC) that President Donald Trump has "elevated women."
Women Possibly to Lose Jobs at a Higher Pace than Other Groups During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Women Are More Likely to Lose Their Jobs During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Women are more possibly to lose jobs at a higher pace than the other groups amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Amazon's Best Women's Perfumes for 2020

Amazon's Best Women's Perfumes for 2020

If you're looking to stay smelling lovely through 2020, this is the article for you!
Emmy Rossum Shares Sexism Story

Emmy Rossum’s Sexism Account is Sick and Still a Thing

The Shameless actress shares an unsettling experience with her Hollywood peers.
Weekly Employment Claims Rise

Women in the Workplace

Highly successful women don’t attribute their career success to chance or sweet luck. These women used the most powerful traits of their personalities and developed their skills to get to the top.
Patricia Riggen

Female Directors on the Rise in Mexico

Gender inequality in the film industry has been a rampant topic for the past few years. Patricia Arquette's Oscar acceptance speech became a rallying cry, binging the issue back to the forefront of industry conversation. Advocates emphasize that women, despite originally building the film industry back in its heyday, do not get equal pay or representation.
Brazilian Tennis Star Maria Bueno

10 Famous Latina Athletes Who Made Their Mark in the Sports World

Women's History Month honors some of the most famous and notable females throughout history in multiple countries around the world. Here, Latin Post takes the time to honor those women and list 10 influential Latina athletes in sports.
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