Some articles on women:
... SFSU fields eleven sports for men and women for the fall, winter, and spring seasons ... Fall sports for women include cross country and soccer ... Winter sports for women include basketball and indoor track and field ...
... The status of women in Mormonism has been a source of public debate since before the death of Joseph Smith, Jr ... within the Latter Day Saint movement have taken different paths on the subject of women and their role in the church and in society ... Views range from the full equal status and ordination of women to the priesthood as practiced by the Community of Christ, to the Catholic-like patriarchal ...
... On 8 March 2009, Desmond Tutu joined the campaign "Africa for women's rights" launched by The International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH), The African Centre for Democracy and Human Rights ... This campaign for the fulfilment of women's human rights, and the end of violence and discrimination against women, aims to generate mass mobilisation and draw maximum attention, in order to increase pressure on ...
... Childbirth care access by all pregnant women to prenatal care Breastfeeding empowerment of all women to breastfeed their children exclusively for four to six months ...
Famous quotes containing the word women:
“I traveld thro a Land of Men
A Land of Men & Women too,
And heard & saw such dreadful things
As cold Earth wanderers never knew.”
—William Blake (17571827)
“Queen Jane was in labor
Six weeks and some more;
The women grew wearied,
And the midwife gave oer.”
—Unknown. The Death of Queen Jane (l. 14)
“I had heard so much about how hard it was supposed to be that, when they were little, I thought it would be horrible when they got married and left. But thats silly you know. . . . By the time they grow up, they change and you change. Eventually, theyre not the same little kids and youre not the same mother. Its as if everything just falls into a pattern and youre ready.”
—Anonymous Mother. As quoted in Women of a Certain Age, by Lillian B. Rubin, ch. 2 (1979)