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SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSS
October 25, 2013
Instructor Rosemary McCallum (R) shows students how to serve a table during a session on English dining...
GLION, Switzerland
Instructor McCallum shows students how to serve a table during a session on English dining during the...
Instructor Rosemary McCallum (R) shows students how to serve a table during a session on English dining during the Intensive Etiquette Courses at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSR
October 25, 2013
Teacher Rosemary McCallum shows students how to set a table during a session on English dining during...
GLION, Switzerland
Instructor McCallum shows students how to set a table during a session on English dining during the Intensive...
Teacher Rosemary McCallum shows students how to set a table during a session on English dining during the Intensive Etiquette Courses at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSQ
October 25, 2013
A general view of the Institut Villa Pierrefeu is pictured in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland,...
GLION, Switzerland
A general view of the Institut Villa Pierrefeu is pictured in Glion
A general view of the Institut Villa Pierrefeu is pictured in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSP
October 25, 2013
Yann Olivier Tavernier, Managing partner at GMHBI International, poses in front of the Institut Villa...
GLION, Switzerland
Yann Olivier Tavernier, managing partner at GMHBI International, poses in front of the Institut Villa...
Yann Olivier Tavernier, Managing partner at GMHBI International, poses in front of the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. Tavernier followed a Course on Etiquette in February 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSO
October 25, 2013
French student Guillaume observes a peer serving the bread during a session on English dining during...
GLION, Switzerland
French student Guillaume observes a peer serving the bread during a session on English dining during...
French student Guillaume observes a peer serving the bread during a session on English dining during the Intensive Etiquette Courses at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSN
October 25, 2013
A sign addressed to the kitchen requesting the main course is pictured during a session on English dining...
GLION, Switzerland
A sign addressed to the kitchen requesting the main course is pictured during a session on English dining...
A sign addressed to the kitchen requesting the main course is pictured during a session on English dining during the Intensive Etiquette Courses at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSM
October 25, 2013
Guillaume, a French student takes part in a conversation role during a session on English dining during...
GLION, Switzerland
Guillaume, a French student takes part in a conversation role during a session on English dining during...
Guillaume, a French student takes part in a conversation role during a session on English dining during the Intensive Etiquette Courses at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSL
October 25, 2013
Instructor Rosemary McCallum (2nd L) shows students how to serve a table during a session on English...
GLION, Switzerland
Instructor McCallum shows students how to serve a table during a session on English dining during the...
Instructor Rosemary McCallum (2nd L) shows students how to serve a table during a session on English dining during the Intensive Etiquette Courses at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSJ
October 25, 2013
Instructor Rosemary McCallum (R) shows students how to serve a table during a session on English dining...
GLION, Switzerland
Instructor McCallum shows students how to serve a table during a session on English dining during the...
Instructor Rosemary McCallum (R) shows students how to serve a table during a session on English dining during the Intensive Etiquette Courses at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
SPAIN/
RTX1061I
May 30, 2013
A woman walks past graffiti sprayed on bank windows in Bilbao's Gran Via during a general strike called...
Bilbao, Spain
Woman walks past graffiti sprayed on bank windows in Bilbao's Gran Via
A woman walks past graffiti sprayed on bank windows in Bilbao's Gran Via during a general strike called by Basque nationalist unions ELA (Eusko Langileen Alkartasuna, or Solidarity of Basque Workers) and LAB (Langile Abertzaleen Batzordeak, or Commission of Patriotic Workers) in Spain May 30, 2013. The graffiti reads, "Independence, Socialism and Feminism". REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
BELGIUM/
RTR2RTU9
September 25, 2011
A woman poses during a SlutWalk rally against sexual abuse and inequality in Brussels September 25, 2011....
Brussels, Belgium
A woman poses during a SlutWalk rally against sexual abuse and inequality in Brussels
A woman poses during a SlutWalk rally against sexual abuse and inequality in Brussels September 25, 2011. SlutWalk is a protest movement that has attracted thousands of people in various cities who rally to bring attention to sexual inequality in general, and in particular the injustice of blaming the victim rather than the rapist or abuser, the organisers said during speeches at the rally. REUTERS/Sebastien Pirlet (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
BELGIUM/
RTR2RTU4
September 25, 2011
A woman displays a message that reads "(You can) watch (but) not touch" on her bottom during a SlutWalk...
Brussels, Belgium
A woman takes part in a SlutWalk rally against sexual abuse and inequality in Brussels
A woman displays a message that reads "(You can) watch (but) not touch" on her bottom during a SlutWalk rally against sexual abuse and inequality in Brussels September 25, 2011. SlutWalk is a protest movement that has attracted thousands of people in various cities who rally to bring attention to sexual inequality in general, and in particular the injustice of blaming the victim rather than the rapist or abuser, the organisers said during speeches at the rally. REUTERS/Sebastien Pirlet (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
KOREA/
RTR2OXM6
July 15, 2011
A woman takes part in a SlutWalk protest, in central Seoul July 16, 2011. About 100 protesters, mostly...
Seoul, South Korea
A woman takes part in a SlutWalk protest, in central Seoul
A woman takes part in a SlutWalk protest, in central Seoul July 16, 2011. About 100 protesters, mostly women, attended the SlutWalk protest march which became a movement of rallies around the world after a Toronto policeman suggested in January that women could avoid sexual assault by not dressing like a "slut." REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY CRIME LAW)
San Femin Festival 2011
San Femin Festival 2011
Day Three - 08 Jul 2011
36 PICTURES
San Femin Festival 2011
San Femin Festival 2011
Day Two - 07 Jul 2011
55 PICTURES
CHINA
RTR2O0YE
June 24, 2011
A protester holds a placard which reads "Against sexual discrimination" outside a Prada store in Hong...
Hong Kong, China
Protester holds placard outside a Prada store in Hong Kong
A protester holds a placard which reads "Against sexual discrimination" outside a Prada store in Hong Kong June 24, 2011, the day Prada SpA's debut at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Italian fashion house Prada SpA is suspected of discriminatory practices towards female employees in Japan, and that such complaints are still currently under investigation, according to a press release by the Association for the Advancement of Feminism. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: FASHION EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
CHINA
RTR2O0XZ
June 24, 2011
A security guard (L) from Prada urges protesters to leave outside a Prada store in Hong Kong June 24,...
Hong Kong, China
A security guard from Prada urges protesters to leave outside a Prada store in Hong Kong
A security guard (L) from Prada urges protesters to leave outside a Prada store in Hong Kong June 24, 2011, the day Prada SpA's debut at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Italian fashion house Prada SpA is suspected of discriminatory practices towards female employees in Japan, and that such complaints are still currently under investigation, according to a press release by the Association for the Advancement of Feminism. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: FASHION EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
PRADA/
RTR2O0XQ
June 24, 2011
Rina Bovrisse (3rd L), a former Prada manager in Japan, protests with Hong Kong lawmaker Lee Cheuk-yan...
Hong Kong, China
Rina Bovrisse protests with lawmaker Lee Cheuk-yan outside the Hong Kong Stock Exchange
Rina Bovrisse (3rd L), a former Prada manager in Japan, protests with Hong Kong lawmaker Lee Cheuk-yan (2nd L) outside the Hong Kong Stock Exchange during the debut of Prada SpA in Hong Kong June 24, 2011. Italian fashion house Prada SpA is suspected of discriminatory practices towards female employees in Japan, and that such complaints are still currently under investigation, according to a press release by the Association for the Advancement of Feminism. Chinese characters on the banner reads "Against Prada. No sexual discrimination". REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: FASHION EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
CHINA
RTR2O0XK
June 24, 2011
Rina Bovrisse, a former Prada manager in Japan, protests outside the Hong Kong Stock Exchange during...
Hong Kong, China
Rina Bovrisse, a former Prada manager in Japan, protests outside the Hong Kong Stock Exchange
Rina Bovrisse, a former Prada manager in Japan, protests outside the Hong Kong Stock Exchange during the debut of Prada SpA in Hong Kong June 24, 2011. Italian fashion house Prada SpA is suspected of discriminatory practices towards female employees in Japan, and that such complaints are still currently under investigation, according to a press release by the Association for the Advancement of Feminism. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: FASHION EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
PRADA/
RTR2O0XF
June 24, 2011
Rina Bovrisse, a former Prada manager in Japan, protests outside the Hong Kong Stock Exchange during...
Hong Kong, China
Rina Bovrisse, a former Prada manager in Japan, protests outside the Hong Kong Stock Exchange
Rina Bovrisse, a former Prada manager in Japan, protests outside the Hong Kong Stock Exchange during the debut of Prada SpA in Hong kong June 24, 2011. Italian fashion house Prada SpA is suspected of discriminatory practices towards female employees in Japan, and that such complaints are still currently under investigation, according to a press release by the Association for the Advancement of Feminism. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: FASHION EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
HONGKONG/
RTR2NZE4
June 23, 2011
A member from a women's concern group (Association for the Advancement of Feminism) holds a sign during...
Hong Kong, China
A member from the Association for the Advancement of Feminism holds a sign during a protest against Prada...
A member from a women's concern group (Association for the Advancement of Feminism) holds a sign during a protest against Prada SpA's global offering, outside a Prada store at Hong Kong's Tsim Sha Tsui shopping district June 23, 2011. Italian fashion house Prada SpA is suspected of discriminatory practices towards female employees in Japan, and that such complaints are still currently under investigation, according to a press release by the Association for the Advancement of Feminism. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FASHION CIVIL UNREST EMPLOYMENT)
HONGKONG/
RTR2NZDP
June 23, 2011
Members from a women's concern group (Association for the Advancement of Feminism) holds up signs during...
Hong Kong, China
Members from the Association for the Advancement of Feminism holds up signs during a protest against...
Members from a women's concern group (Association for the Advancement of Feminism) holds up signs during a protest against Prada SpA's global offering, outside a Prada store at Hong Kong's Tsim Sha Tsui shopping district June 23, 2011. Italian fashion house Prada SpA is suspected of discriminatory practices towards female employees in Japan, and that such complaints are still currently under investigation, according to a press release by the Association for the Advancement of Feminism. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FASHION EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST)
HONGKONG
RTR2NM0W
June 13, 2011
Members from a women's concern group (Association for the Advancement of Feminism) hold banners during...
Hong Kong, China
Members from a women's concern group hold banners during a protest against Prada S.P.A.'s global offering...
Members from a women's concern group (Association for the Advancement of Feminism) hold banners during a protest against Prada S.P.A.'s global offering at HSBC headquarters in Hong Kong June 13,2011. Italian fashion house Prada Spa is suspected of discriminatory practices towards female employees in Japan, and that such complaints are still currently under investigation, according to a press release by the Association for the Advancement of Feminism. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FASHION)
HONGKONG
RTR2NM0V
June 13, 2011
A member of a women's concern group (Association for the Advancement of Feminism) holds up a brochure...
Hong Kong, China
A member of a women's concern group holds up a brochure for Prada S.P.A.'s global offering during a protest...
A member of a women's concern group (Association for the Advancement of Feminism) holds up a brochure for Prada S.P.A.'s global offering during a protest at HSBC headquarters in Hong Kong June 13,2011. Italian fashion house Prada Spa is suspected of discriminatory practices towards female employees in Japan, and that such complaints are still currently under investigation, according to a press release by the Association for the Advancement of Feminism. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FASHION)
HONGKONG
RTR2NM0S
June 13, 2011
Members from a women's concern group (Association for the Advancement of Feminism) stamp on brochures...
Hong Kong, China
Women's concern group members stamp on brochures for Prada S.P.A.'s global offering during a protest...
Members from a women's concern group (Association for the Advancement of Feminism) stamp on brochures for Prada S.P.A.'s global offering during a protest at HSBC headquarters in Hong Kong June 13,2011. Italian fashion house Prada Spa is suspected of discriminatory practices towards female employees in Japan, and that such complaints are still currently under investigation, according to a press release by the Association for the Advancement of Feminism. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FASHION)
UKRAINE/
RTXVORR
December 13, 2010
Activists from the Ukrainian female rights organization "Femen" hold a rally near the Ukrainian government's...
Kiev, Ukraine
Activists from the Ukrainian female rights organization "Femen" hold a rally near the Ukrainian government's...
Activists from the Ukrainian female rights organization "Femen" hold a rally near the Ukrainian government's headquarters, protesting against the absence of female ministers in the Ukrainian Cabinet, in Kiev, December 13, 2010. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS)
UKRAINE/
RTXUEUD
November 09, 2010
Police detain activists from the women's rights organization Femen during a protest in front of the police...
Kiev, Ukraine
Police detain activists from the women's rights organization Femen during a protest in front of police...
Police detain activists from the women's rights organization Femen during a protest in front of the police headquarters in Kiev November 9, 2010. Police said they would detain six Femen activists who protested topless against a visit by Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin on October 27, 2010. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
UKRAINE/
RTR2FKXR
June 23, 2010
Activists from the female rights organization Femen walk away after holding a rally at the entrance to...
Kiev, Ukraine
Activists from the female rights organization Femen walk away after holding a rally at the entrance to...
Activists from the female rights organization Femen walk away after holding a rally at the entrance to the Ukrainian Security Service headquarters in Kiev June 23, 2010. Femen activists held a rally protesting against what they see as pressure on social movements and the media exerted by members of the Ukrainian Security Service. The inscription on the tops read: "Bitch". The inscription on the shorts read: "Ukrainian Security Service (USS)". The placards read: "Bitches, hands off" (L) and "Freedom to protests". REUTERS/Konstantin Chernichkin (UKRAINE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
PEOPLE-STEINEM/
RTR2BR7W
March 17, 2010
Pioneering feminist Gloria Steinem speaks during an interviewed in Beverly Hills, California March 16,...
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
Steinem speaks during an interviewed in Beverly Hills
Pioneering feminist Gloria Steinem speaks during an interviewed in Beverly Hills, California March 16, 2010. As she turns 76 next week, the woman who walked the front lines of American feminism in the 1960s and 1970s -- often in a miniskirt, big glasses and buttons with colorful expletives -- celebrates her good health and "huge, huge leaps forward." REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
PEOPLE-STEINEM/
RTR2BR7V
March 17, 2010
Pioneering feminist Gloria Steinem speaks during an interviewed in Beverly Hills, California March 16,...
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
Steinem speaks during an interviewed in Beverly Hills
Pioneering feminist Gloria Steinem speaks during an interviewed in Beverly Hills, California March 16, 2010. As she turns 76 next week, the woman who walked the front lines of American feminism in the 1960s and 1970s -- often in a miniskirt, big glasses and buttons with colorful expletives -- celebrates her good health and "huge, huge leaps forward." REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
PEOPLE-STEINEM/
RTR2BR7T
March 17, 2010
Pioneering feminist Gloria Steinem poses for a portrait after being interviewed in Beverly Hills, California...
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
Steinem poses for a portrait after being interviewed in Beverly Hills
Pioneering feminist Gloria Steinem poses for a portrait after being interviewed in Beverly Hills, California March 16, 2010. As she turns 76 next week, the woman who walked the front lines of American feminism in the 1960s and 1970s -- often in a miniskirt, big glasses and buttons with colorful expletives -- celebrates her good health and "huge, huge leaps forward." REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
PEOPLE-STEINEM/
RTR2BR7L
March 17, 2010
Pioneering feminist Gloria Steinem poses for a portrait after being interviewed in Beverly Hills, California...
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
Steinem poses for a portrait after being interviewed in Beverly Hills
Pioneering feminist Gloria Steinem poses for a portrait after being interviewed in Beverly Hills, California March 16, 2010. As she turns 76 next week, the woman who walked the front lines of American feminism in the 1960s and 1970s -- often in a miniskirt, big glasses and buttons with colorful expletives -- celebrates her good health and "huge, huge leaps forward." REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
PEOPLE-STEINEM/
RTR2BR7J
March 17, 2010
Pioneering feminist Gloria Steinem poses for a portrait after being interviewed in Beverly Hills, California...
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
Steinem poses for a portrait after being interviewed in Beverly Hills
Pioneering feminist Gloria Steinem poses for a portrait after being interviewed in Beverly Hills, California March 16, 2010. As she turns 76 next week, the woman who walked the front lines of American feminism in the 1960s and 1970s -- often in a miniskirt, big glasses and buttons with colorful expletives -- celebrates her good health and "huge, huge leaps forward." REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
PEOPLE-STEINEM/
RTR2BR7G
March 17, 2010
Pioneering feminist Gloria Steinem poses for a portrait after being interviewed in Beverly Hills, California...
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
Steinem poses for a portrait after being interviewed in Beverly Hills
Pioneering feminist Gloria Steinem poses for a portrait after being interviewed in Beverly Hills, California March 16, 2010. As she turns 76 next week, the woman who walked the front lines of American feminism in the 1960s and 1970s -- often in a miniskirt, big glasses and buttons with colorful expletives -- celebrates her good health and "huge, huge leaps forward." REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
PEOPLE-STEINEM/
RTR2BR7E
March 17, 2010
Pioneering feminist Gloria Steinem smiles while she is being interviewed in Beverly Hills, California...
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
Steinem smiles while she is being interviewed in Beverly Hills
Pioneering feminist Gloria Steinem smiles while she is being interviewed in Beverly Hills, California March 16, 2010. As she turns 76 next week, the woman who walked the front lines of American feminism in the 1960s and 1970s -- often in a miniskirt, big glasses and buttons with colorful expletives -- celebrates her good health and "huge, huge leaps forward." REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
PEOPLE-STEINEM/
RTR2BR7B
March 17, 2010
Pioneering feminist Gloria Steinem gestures while she is being interviewed in Beverly Hills, California...
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
Steinem gestures while she is being interviewed in Beverly Hills
Pioneering feminist Gloria Steinem gestures while she is being interviewed in Beverly Hills, California March 16, 2010. As she turns 76 next week, the woman who walked the front lines of American feminism in the 1960s and 1970s -- often in a miniskirt, big glasses and buttons with colorful expletives -- celebrates her good health and "huge, huge leaps forward." REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
UKRAINE/
RTR271J3
August 23, 2009
Activists of Ukrainian female rights organization Femen stage a protest 'Ukrainian Time' against the...
Kiev, Ukraine
Activists of Ukrainian female rights organization Femen stage a protest 'Ukrainian Time' against the...
Activists of Ukrainian female rights organization Femen stage a protest 'Ukrainian Time' against the country's celebrations of the Independence Day in Kiev, August 23, 2009. Protesters insist that Ukraine is not independent and plan to boycott Independence Day celebrations on Monday August 24. REUTERS/Konstantin Chernichkin (UKRAINE POLITICS CONFLICT)
POLAND/
RTXCI8H
March 08, 2009
People hold placards as they take part in a rally in central Warsaw, March 8, 2009. Several thousand...
Warsaw, Poland
People hold placards as they take part in a rally in central Warsaw
People hold placards as they take part in a rally in central Warsaw, March 8, 2009. Several thousand people gathered in Poland capital to mark International Women's Day on Sunday. The placards read, "Stop feminism". REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (POLAND POLITICS SOCIETY CONFLICT)
LEBANON/
RTXCI5H
March 08, 2009
A protester holds a banner during a demonstration to support the rights of migrant domestic workers in...
Beirut, Lebanon
A protester holds a banner during a demonstration to support the rights of migrant domestic workers in...
A protester holds a banner during a demonstration to support the rights of migrant domestic workers in Lebanon, on the occasion of International Women's Day in Beirut March 8, 2009. The banner reads," Feminism means a woman is a human being just like you". REUTERS/Cynthia Karam (LEBANON CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY)
GUATEMALA/
RTX8LIS
September 09, 2008
A Guatemalan woman places signs outside the Congress building during a protest against "femicide", the...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
A Guatemalan woman places signs outside the Congress building during a protest against femicide in Guatemala...
A Guatemalan woman places signs outside the Congress building during a protest against "femicide", the systematic killing of women, in Guatemala City September 9, 2008. Police officials say 438 women have been murdered so far this year. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
RUSSIA-BARS/STRIPTEASE
RTR1VSGQ
January 14, 2008
Strippers dance in the male striptease club 'Little Red Riding Hood' in central Moscow early December...
Moscow, Russia
To match feature RUSSIA-BARS/STRIPTEASE
Strippers dance in the male striptease club 'Little Red Riding Hood' in central Moscow early December 21, 2007. A well-waxed man wearing leather boots climbs into a little cage suspended from the ceiling of a dancefloor and starts girating to screams. With his sinewy biceps and tiny thong, this male stripper looks like a fixture from a gay club, but it is women - not men - who are egging him on in this Moscow nightclub. Unlike their Western counterparts, Russian women regularly enjoy male striptease. Picture taken December 21, 2007. To match feature RUSSIA-BARS/STRIPTEASE REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-BARS/STRIPTEASE
RTR1VSB2
January 14, 2008
A performer dances with a woman in the male striptease club 'Little Red Riding Hood' in central Moscow...
Moscow, Russia
A performer dances with woman in male striptease club in central Moscow
A performer dances with a woman in the male striptease club 'Little Red Riding Hood' in central Moscow December 21, 2007. A well-waxed man wearing knee-high leather boots climbs into a cage suspended from the ceiling of a dancefloor and starts gyrating to screams. This male stripper, with sinewy biceps and a tiny green thong, could be part of a travelling show in a small English pub or a fixture at an Amsterdam nightclub, but in Moscow he is a regular employee at a strip club just for women. Unlike some of their western counterparts, Russian women tend to view and enjoy striptease. Picture taken December 21, 2007. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA)
USA-POLITICS/CLINTON
RTX5AB2
January 06, 2008
A supporter holds up a sign that reads "Woman Power in the White House" at a campaign stop by Democratic...
Nashua, UNITED STATES
A supporter holds up a sign reading "Woman Power in the White House" at a campaign stop in Nashua
A supporter holds up a sign that reads "Woman Power in the White House" at a campaign stop by Democratic presidential candidate U.S. Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY) in Nashua, New Hampshire January 6, 2008. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES)
FRANCE/
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October 28, 2007
Demonstrators hold a banner in front of the Paris City Hall, which reads "Feminism has never killed anyone,...
Paris, France
Demonstrators hold a banner in front of the Paris City Hall during a protest against domestic violence...
Demonstrators hold a banner in front of the Paris City Hall, which reads "Feminism has never killed anyone, machismo kills every day", during a protest against domestic violence October 28, 2007. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE)
USA/
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March 21, 2007
Protesters from feminist anti-war group Code Pink sing out against the war in Iraq in the hallway of...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Anti-war protesters sing out on Capitol Hill
Protesters from feminist anti-war group Code Pink sing out against the war in Iraq in the hallway of the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill in Washington March 21, 2007. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES)
SPAIN/
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March 09, 2007
Models display a creation by Didesant during the 'Pasarela Castilla y Leon Autumn/Winter 07-08' in Burgos,...
Burgos, Spain
Models display a creation by Didesant during the Pasarela Castilla y Leon in Burgos
Models display a creation by Didesant during the 'Pasarela Castilla y Leon Autumn/Winter 07-08' in Burgos, northern Spain March 8, 2007. REUTERS/Felix Ordonez (SPAIN)
USA
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February 07, 2007
Anti-Iraq war protester from Code Pink (C) raises her arms during U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates'...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Anti-Iraq war protester during House Armed Services Committee in Washington
Anti-Iraq war protester from Code Pink (C) raises her arms during U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates' (R) and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Peter Pace's (L) testimony before the House Armed Services Committee about the Pentagon's FY 2008 National Defense Budget on Capitol Hill in Washington , February 7, 2007. REUTERS/Larry Downing (UNITED STATES)
BACHELET
RTXO56E
January 16, 2006
Newly elected Chilean President Michelle Bachelet waves to supporters during a celebration in Santiago...
Santiago, Chile
Newly elected Chilean President Michelle Bachelet waves to supporters during a celebration in Santia.....
Newly elected Chilean President Michelle Bachelet waves to supporters during a celebration in Santiago January 15, 2006. Bachelet was elected Chile's first woman president on Sunday, consolidating the growing strength of the left in Latin America.
SPAIN
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October 29, 2005
Leyla Bousquet, Professor of Saint Etienne gestures during the last day of International Congress on...
Barcelona, Spain
Bousquet, Professor of Saint Etienne gestures during International Congress on Islamic Feminism in Barcelona...
Leyla Bousquet, Professor of Saint Etienne gestures during the last day of International Congress on Islamic Feminism in Barcelona, Spain, October 29, 2005. Catalan Islamic Board organised the first conference on Islamic feminism which presents the works of various associations in the field of women's rights. REUTERS/ Albert Gea
SPAIN
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October 29, 2005
Zainah Anwar, executive director of Sisters in Islam (a feminist research and advocacy group that seeks...
Barcelona, Spain
Zainah Anwar from Malaysia gestures during last day of International Congress on Islamic Feminism in...
Zainah Anwar, executive director of Sisters in Islam (a feminist research and advocacy group that seeks to challenge the hold that conservatives and traditionalists have on interpretations of Islam in Malaysia), from Malaysia, gestures during the last day of International Congress on Islamic Feminism in Barcelona, Spain, October 29, 2005. Catalan Islamic Board organised the first conference on Islamic feminism which presents the works of various associations in the field of women's rights. REUTERS/Albert Gea
SPAIN
RTR1AFK9
October 29, 2005
Asma Barlas, Professor of politics at Ithaca College of New York and former chair of the Department of...
Barcelona, Spain
Asma Barlas looks on during last day of International Congress on Islamic Feminism in Barcelona
Asma Barlas, Professor of politics at Ithaca College of New York and former chair of the Department of Politics and founding director of the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity, from Pakistan looks on during the last day of International Congress on Islamic Feminism in Barcelona, Spain, October 29, 2005. Catalan Islamic Board organised the first conference on Islamic feminism which presents the works of various associations in the field of women's rights. REUTERS/Albert Gea
SPAIN
RTR1AFJV
October 29, 2005
Asma Barlas, Professor of politics at Ithaca College of New York and former chair of the Department of...
Barcelona, Spain
Asma Barlas speaks during last day of International Congress on Islamic Feminism in Barcelona
Asma Barlas, Professor of politics at Ithaca College of New York and former chair of the Department of Politics and founding director of the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity, from Pakistan speaks during the last day of International Congress on Islamic Feminism in Barcelona, Spain, October 29, 2005. Catalan Islamic Board organised the first conference on Islamic feminism which presents the works of various associations in the field of women's rights. REUTERS/ Albert Gea
SPAIN
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October 29, 2005
Zainah Anwar, executive director of Sisters in Islam (a feminist research and advocacy group that seeks...
Barcelona, Spain
Zainah Anwar from Malaysia gestures during last day of International Congress on Islamic Feminism in...
Zainah Anwar, executive director of Sisters in Islam (a feminist research and advocacy group that seeks to challenge the hold that conservatives and traditionalists have on interpretations of Islam in Malaysia), from Malaysia, gestures during the last day of International Congress on Islamic Feminism in Barcelona, Spain, October 29, 2005. Catalan Islamic Board organised the first conference on Islamic feminism which presents the works of various associations in the field of women's rights. REUTERS/Albert Gea
SPAIN
RTR1AF9G
October 29, 2005
Asma Barlas, Professor of politics at Ithaca College of New York and former chair of the Department of...
Barcelona, Spain
Barlas, Professor of politics at Ithaca College of New York adjusts her headphones during International...
Asma Barlas, Professor of politics at Ithaca College of New York and former chair of the Department of Politics and founding director of the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity, from Pakistan, adjusts her headphones during the last day of International Congress on Islamic Feminism in Barcelona, Spain, October 29, 2005. Catalan Islamic Board organised the first conference on Islamic feminism which presents the works of various associations in the field of women's rights. REUTERS/ Albert Gea
WADUD
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October 28, 2005
Amina Wadud of the U.S., Islamic studies professor in the department of philosophy and religious studies...
Barcelona, Spain
Amina Wadud of the U.S., Islamic studies professor in the department of philosophy and religious stu.....
Amina Wadud of the U.S., Islamic studies professor in the department of philosophy and religious studies at Virginia Commonwealth University, speaks during the second day of the International Congress on Islamic Feminism in Barcelona, Spain, October 28, 2005. [Wadud was the first woman who led the first public mixed-gender Muslim prayer service in New York City on March 18, 2005.]
WADUD
RTXNWPU
October 28, 2005
Amina Wadud of the U.S., Islamic studies professor in the department of philosophy and religious studies...
Barcelona, Spain
Amina Wadud of the U.S., Islamic studies professor in the department of philosophy and religious stu.....
Amina Wadud of the U.S., Islamic studies professor in the department of philosophy and religious studies at Virginia Commonwealth University, speaks during the second day of the International Congress on Islamic Feminism in Barcelona, Spain, October 28, 2005. [Wadud was the first woman who led the first public mixed-gender Muslim prayer service in New York City on March 18, 2005.]
SPAIN
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October 27, 2005
Chief of Gender Equality and Development Section UNESCO Valentine Moghadam (C) from Iran speaks with...
Barcelona, Spain
Chief of Gender Equality and Development Section UNESCO Moghadam speaks with Hamdi during the International...
Chief of Gender Equality and Development Section UNESCO Valentine Moghadam (C) from Iran speaks with Khadiya Hamdi (R) from Saharaui Republic and unidentified woman during the first day of the International Congress on Islamic Feminism in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2005. REUTERS/Albert Gea
SPAIN
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October 27, 2005
Chief of Gender Equality and Development Section UNESCO Valentine Moghadam (top) of Iran speaks with...
Barcelona, Spain
Chief of Gender Equality and Development Section UNESCO Moghadam speaks with with unidentified women...
Chief of Gender Equality and Development Section UNESCO Valentine Moghadam (top) of Iran speaks with with unidentified women during the first day of the International Congress on Islamic Feminism in Barcelona October 27, 2005. Catalan Islamic Board organised the first conference on Islamic feminism which presents the works of various associations in the field of women's rights. The conference will be held from October 27-29. REUTERS/Albert Gea
SPAIN
RTR1A822
October 27, 2005
Chief of Gender Equality and Development Section UNESCO Valentine Moghadam (C) of Iran speaks with Khadiya...
Barcelona, Spain
Chief of Gender Equality and Development Section UNESCO Moghadam speaks with Hamdi during the International...
Chief of Gender Equality and Development Section UNESCO Valentine Moghadam (C) of Iran speaks with Khadiya Hamdi (R) from Saharaui Republic and unidentified woman during the first day of the International Congress on Islamic Feminism in Barcelona October 27, 2005. Catalan Islamic Board organised the first conference on Islamic feminism which presents the works of various associations in the field of women's rights. The conference will be held from October 27-29. REUTERS/ Albert Gea
SPAIN
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March 18, 2005
Asra Nomani from India, who was the lead organizer of the woman-led Muslim prayer in New York City on...
Barcelona, Spain
Nomani from India, who was the lead organizer of the woman-led Muslim prayer in New York City on March...
Asra Nomani from India, who was the lead organizer of the woman-led Muslim prayer in New York City on March 18, 2005, gestures during the last day of International Congress on Islamic Feminism in Barcelona, Spain, October 29, 2005. Catalan Islamic Board organised the first conference on Islamic feminism which presents the works of various associations in the field of women's rights. REUTERS/ Albert Gea
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