Khalida Popal did not let the harassment by the Taliban stop her from playing soccer. But daily death threats left her no choice — she fled her homeland and ended up in Denmark. Today she prepares a team of Mexican teenagers who will compete in the upcoming Street Child World Cup.
As more details emerge about the possible motives of the accused killer, particularly his alleged connection to the misogynist movement known as incel, could he face charges under Canadian law for gender-based terrorism?
Since its publication by Simon & Schuster in 1973, "Our Bodies, Ourselves" has changed the way women view their bodies and how health care professionals view women's health. Here's a look at the impact the book has had globally.
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