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Anger over US Supreme Court decision on birth control

In this edition, we take a look at a controversial ruling by the US Supreme Court that will allow a Christian-owned company to refuse to pay for their workers' contraception. Also, how a dire shortage of potential brides in China has led to rise in the trafficking of young women from neighbouring Vietnam. And we speak to two Marie Claire journalists about their report on northern Nigeria, where girls have become a valuable currency as kidnappings continue in the troubled region.

By Yara JAMALI , Annette YOUNG , Stéphanie CHEVAL

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2018-04-20 health

Harmful for your health: When gender bias affects medical diagnosis

In this edition, we take a look at how doctors are failing women when it comes to diagnosis, thanks to gender bias. We talk to Maya Dusenbery, journalist and author of 'Doing...

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2018-04-13 pornography

For her pleasure: Is 'feminist porn' a contradiction?

In this special edition, we head to LA where a small but growing number of filmmakers are starting to make porn which aims not to portray women in a degrading fashion. We talk to...

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2018-04-06 art

Being a single woman in India

In this edition, how India is dealing with a boom in single women, with an estimated 78 million of them. But while life might be looking up for those in the city, that is...

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2018-03-30 women

Raising little boys in the #MeToo era

In this edition, how do you raise children in the #MeToo era and is it physically possible to change views on gender at a young age? We talk to leading American neuroscientist...

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2018-03-23 France

The rise of artificial intelligence: How will it impact women’s jobs

In this edition, how dangerous is the rise of automation for women when it comes to job losses? We talk to Emma Martinho-Truswell who advises government bodies on the impact of...

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