Words still matter.
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There were times in 2017 when it felt like rage might burn me up from the inside out. At times, that anger felt paralyzing.
06 April 2016: A young USA fan with a message on equality in pay. The United States womens national soccer team defeated the womens national team of Colombia 7-0 in an international friendly at Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field in East Hartford, Connecticut. (Photo by Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)
The White House has been trying to shut women up this whole time.
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Global gender equality declined this year for the first time since WEF began tracking it.
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A US study shows women are not advancing in corporate careers, while Trump reverses progress for women in other areas.
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The women's education activist shared a snapshot of her first day on Twitter.
Azza Al Shmasani alights from her car after driving in defiance of the ban in Riyadh on June 22, 2011.
Women who participated in protests against the ban have received phone calls instructing them not to comment on the decree.
Tunisia has recently been at the forefront of women's rights among countries in the Middle East and North Africa.
“I’m full of hope and optimism and joy and very proud today to be a Saudi woman,” one student told HuffPost.
A new law allows Muslim women to marry outside the faith, just like their male counterparts.