TheHumanist.com | October 14, 2011
Women have always been under threat from conservative forces—especially religious fundamentalist groups—and that threat seems to be increasing now. But I am encouraged by how activists both young and old are mobilizing in response. Even if the mainstream media outlets are ignoring such progressive movements for change, it is happening—on the Internet and in local community actions. This kind of citizen action has always characterized the women’s health movement and it continues to give me hope for the future.
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