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Sad!!! Over 900 Women Killed By The Men In Their Lives Over A  6-Year Period

Sad!!! Over 900 Women Killed By The Men In Their Lives Over A 6-Year Period

More than 900 women were killed by men over a six-year period, most by their current or former partners, according to the first detailed analysis of deadly male violence against women in those countries.   The Femicide Census, which tracks and analyses the deaths of women killed by partners, ex-partners, male relatives, acquaintances, colleagues and […]

Amnesty Internations Calls For Restraints On Law Reforms Impacting Women’s Rights

Amnesty Internations Calls For Restraints On Law Reforms Impacting Women’s Rights

  The human rights watchdog, Amnesty International has called on the Dominican President, Danilo Medina to stop “regressive reform” for women’s rights. On December 14, the Dominican Congress adopted a reform of the Criminal Code, which maintains the criminalization of abortion, except when the pregnancy poses a risk to the life of a pregnant woman […]

In The News: Serena Williams Writes Sweet Note To Her Unborn Child

In The News: Serena Williams Writes Sweet Note To Her Unborn Child

US tennis great Serena Williams has marked her fiance’s birthday and her return to the world number one ranking by posting an emotional message to her unborn baby on Instagram. Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian turned 34 on Monday, the day that Williams also recaptured the women’s top ranking. Williams’ social media post showed the 35-year-old […]

How The Match Is Made Between The Surrogate And The Intending Parents

How The Match Is Made Between The Surrogate And The Intending Parents

After her friend had several miscarriages, Tina Dettlaf said she jokingly offered to use her “German birthing hips” to have her child. While the friend was ultimately able to conceive on her own, Dettlaf said the conversation sparked something inside her, and she began the quest to become a surrogate. After carrying two children as a […]

An Attitude of Gratitude

An Attitude of Gratitude

Recently, I came accross an article that was posted anonymously from a set of soon-to-be parents that underwent IVF. They transferred two embryos. Both stuck. They are pregnant with twins. After trying for a few years, and getting negative after negative, one would think that they would be elated at the news. (I know I would). But […]