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Idaho bans biological males form competing in women’s sports

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Women’s sports in Idaho will now be protected under a bill signed by Governor Brad Little (R.) on Monday. The Fairness in Women’s Sports Act prohibits biologically male students from participating in ...

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Special exhibit on Kansas women opening at the Kansas Museum of History

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The next special exhibit at the Kansas Museum of History commemorates the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and the courageous women who made it possible. A special ...

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‘Women Where They Belong: In Government and Politics’ is new museum exhibit

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In celebration of Women’s History Month, the Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site is featuring a temporary exhibit, “Women Where They Belong: In Government and Politics,” which features 9 women ...

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Long saga of Equal Rights Amendment comes to end, Justice Department rules

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The ongoing push for an Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) to the U.S. Constitution is over, the U.S. Department of Justice has ruled. “Congress may not revive a proposed amendment after a deadline ...

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Saudi Arabia issues ban on most child marriages

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In another move implementing Western values, Saudi Arabia Monday issued a de facto ban on child marriages throughout the kingdom. The order comes after an amendment to the kingdom’s Child Protection Law was ...

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Miss Saigon makes you face Vietnam War head-on

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The destructive consequences of war are present throughout the ages: destruction of entire communities, sex trafficking, refugees, helpless children and more. Women and children always suffer the brunt of these conflicts. The ...

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2019 Christmas wish list for local groups serving women, babies and adoptive children

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This week saw Giving Tuesday as a way to assist non-profits in their missions to serve the community. The giving wasn’t just for Tuesday. All month long, individuals are donating to their ...

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‘Horror story’ of violence against women ‘must end’

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The World Bank, a source of financial and technical assistance to developing countries, estimates that one in every three women around the world will suffer violence in their lifetime. Globally, as many ...

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Will transgender athletes ruin women’s Olympic events in 2020?

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The question of biological males competing in women’s sports over the last couple of years has made headlines in regard to fairness. Now, several transgender people have set their sights on a new ...

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Birthright celebrates 51 years in USA

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The annual convention of Birthright International was held in Atlanta in June where we celebrated 50 years of Birthright in the United States. Terry Weaver opened the Atlanta Center in 1969 and ...

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Planned Parenthood opens Illinois abortion clinic to attract women from St. Louis

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Missouri has a pro-life governor and legislature, while Illinois has one of the most liberal climates for abortion in the nation. As abortion options dwindle in the Show-Me state, Planned Parenthood has ...

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Broken bones: UK rugby referees quitting after bearded transgender players injure women

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Biological males, allowed to play as transgender women in the United Kingdom, are ruining the amateur sport of rugby, according to women referees who are quitting the sport in droves. The referees ...

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World’s fastest growing church: No buildings, no central leadership, led by women

For the last few years, researchers have credited the underground church in Iran as the fastest growing Christian church in the world. It has unique characteristics that defy comparison with churches in ...

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Man convicted in Muslim honor killing of Texas woman

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A Muslim man in Texas will serve 40 years in prison for a murder that prosecutors called the “honor killing” of an Iranian rights activist who was his sister’s friend. Nasim Irsan, ...

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With Epstein case, public cannot ignore human trafficking

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After the high profile arrest and suicide of billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, the topic of human trafficking and the egregious perpetual slavery of young girls and boys came to light – if ...

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Women do have a better memory than men

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From remembering the dentist appointment to the date of your mother-in-law’s birthday, women are champs. A new study finds that when it comes to specific events, women have better memory and instant ...

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Why Christian women are the most persecuted group in the world

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“Christian women are the most persecuted group in the world.” The first time I heard that statement, I was sitting safely at church in Washington, D.C. David Curry, the president of Open ...

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‘Where’d You Go Bernadette’ explores mental illness and a family’s love

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Mental illness is rarely a matter of being just fine on one hand and asking your filing cabinet out to tea on the other. Sure, sometimes the answer’s easy, obvious. But often, ...

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‘I knew I had hurt my baby:” GEM connects imprisoned moms with daughters

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The bus is loaded with snacks, ready to go. It’s a two-hour drive well worth the trip. If you take a look around the room, there are arts and crafts and plenty ...

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After biological male dominates their race, female athletes file federal complaint

On Monday, three high school female athletes filed a federal discrimination complaint against Connecticut’s policy regarding transgender athletes. The young women assert they were racing at a disadvantage against their transgender opponent, a ...

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You Can Begin Again needs support for program

You Can Begin Again/You Can Begin Again Too, a local non-profit, is launching their newest program called Project 3000! You Can Begin Again/You Can Begin Again Too is a non-profit organization that ...

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‘Beto’ O’Rourke plan would destroy women’s sports say critics

Parents, coaches and female players say a plan hatched by Democrat primary presidential candidate Robert Francis O’Rourke, who refers to himself as “Beto” could destroy women’s sports as we know it. The ...

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Southern Baptists release report on sex abuse

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A report on sexual abuse within the Southern Baptist Convention and member churches was released by the organization’s advisory council on Saturday. Coming just a few days before their annual meeting on ...

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First female-narrated Bible brings comfort to women’s prisons

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A first-of-its-kind audio Bible app is available to download on devices across the country, including for women inmates in state prisons. Courage for Life has worked to develop the first female-narrated New ...

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Palestinian Uber driver kicks Jewish women out of car

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A Palestinian Uber driver has been banned from the ride-sharing app after kicking two Jewish women out of his car for attending a pro-Israel event in Los Angeles. The Jewish Journal reports ...

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