Mexico City’s initiative to combat sexual harassment on the city’s public transit system – handing out rape whistles to women – was met with ridicule and outrage after its initial launch in May. Half a year later, critics say the whistles haven’t stopped gender violence and are calling for more integral changes.
Critics say Mexico City lacks plan to combat sexual harassment
Women have been targeted in the failed Turkish coup
In the days since a failed military coup stunned Turkey’s citizens, photos of crowded and often violent male-dominated protests erupted…