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  1. People wearing mask at Orchard Road Singapore Feb 3 (49)

    Commentary: Here’s what women really want regarding gender equality

    As the Government looks to make gender equality a fundamental societal value, caregiving, employment and the sexual objectification of women ...
  2. Protests have broken out after a police chief's comments appeared to blame a woman who was gang

    Protests in Pakistan against police chief after 'victim blaming' in gang rape case

    A Pakistani police chief faced a growing backlash Friday after he seemed to blame the victim in a gang rape case because she was driving at night ...
  3. In a society that urges every woman to 'regard her son as her master and her husband as her

    The Buddhist nun challenging misogyny in Myanmar

    In a society where a popular saying urges women to "regard her son as her master and her husband as her god", Buddhist nun Ketumala is already an ...
  4. Kanwal Ahmed founded a female-only online hub where traditionally taboo topics such as sex, divorce,

    Pakistan's online agony aunt tearing down taboos

    "Women in Pakistan are really, really strong. We have a voice. We just don?t have enough spaces to use that voice," says Kanwal Ahmed, an agony ...
  5. Singapore society ladies skincare routine

    How to get a flawless complexion: Singapore society ladies' skincare secrets

    Clean, tone, moisturise. And don’t forget the sunblock.
  6. What are Singapore’s society ladies wearing right now?

    What Singapore’s society ladies are wearing right now: Timeless, sustainable fashion

    Comfortable basics and athletic wear are trending, but so are bodycon dresses to flaunt that gym bod. CNA Luxury speaks to five fashionistas to ...
  7. Vacheron exhibition HERO

    Did you know that women were the first to wear timepieces on their wrists?

    At a new showcase by Vacheron Constantin, which runs from now until Aug 31 at ION Orchard, gape at such horological wonders as a 186-year-old ...
  8. Challenge Accepted illustration

    Empowerment or vanity? What #challengeaccepted really means for women

    With vague origins tracing back to Turkey’s high rate of femicide, the campaign has since mushroomed without a focus – one female writer thinks ...