Last week marked a major event and anniversary in Malala Yousafzai’s life. “5 years ago, I was shot in an attempt to stop me from speaking out for girls’ education. Today, I attend my first lectures at Oxford,” she wrote on Twitter with a photo of her school books.
An 11-year-old girl was told her outfit was "distracting" because it showed her shoulders.
London-based DJ and party promoter Ashley James recently posted about an experience in which she felt disrespected and sexualized by a cab driver.
"If you’re okay with your daughter lifting up her shirt and putting her baby dolls mouth to her little ‘dots’ pretending to breastfeed then I personally think you need punched in the d*** face!!! It’s just simply not okay!!! Arguments welcome. While shopping, she looked over and noticed that the two-year-old had lifted her shirt and was "feeding" her doll in the same way she had seen her mother feed her younger sibling many times. Shocked by the response, she shared the incident with Facebook group, Breastfeeding Mama Talk.
Annie Ferguson Muscato from Florida was shopping for formula for her baby she was approached by a stranger who told her “breast is best.” The comment hit a nerve with the new mum because she’d struggled to breastfeed her little one for weeks.