Feminism growing despite catcalls of 'feminazi'
Columnist and contributor for Magdalene
PREMIUM Jakarta took part in the global Women’s March on March 4, waiting for the hotly contested Jakarta gubernatorial election to pass. The march in front of the State Palace focused on several issues affecting Indonesia, such as respect for diversity, a proposal to pass a sexual violence bill, public service support for transgender and disabled women and public attention for international women&r...
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