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Sex crimes are on the rise in Mexico
EL UNIVERSAL reveals that the reports denouncing sex crimes have increased in the last years
Puerto Rico governor Ricardo Rosselló resigns amid public outcry
After 12 days of demonstrations, Rosselló said he would step down on August 2, having failed to soothe critics by vowing not to seek re-election & giving up the leadership of his political party
Circle K launches sexist ad to celebrate Administrative Professionals' Day
Sexual harassment drives thousands of women to quit their jobs every year
Violence against women has increased in the last four months
According to the SESNSP, 1,182 women were murdered from January to April 2019
Vans discriminated female skaters
Criticism erupted after the company discriminated female skaters
No justice for infant femicide in Mexico
In late 2018 and early 2019, an outbreak of deaths and attacks against girls has taken over the State of Mexico
Sexual harassment has to stop
In recent years, a new harassment method has taken place: recording or taking pictures of other people without consent
Sexual harassment and attempted kidnaps in Mexico City's Metro
Mexican women have been sharing their harrowing experiences in Mexico City's subway system on social media
Mexican women won't be silent
Mexico City's government can't act like it has been acting the past years, especially in regards to kidnap attempts of women in public transport and other public places
Femicides and impunity
On the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, it is outrageous to learn that impunity reigns in the majority of femicide cases in Mexico