Rappler's latest stories on Duterte on women
After signing the Bawal Bastos law, President Rodrigo Duterte talks about his ‘smelly’ girlfriend and sunbathing girls waiting for foreigners in Boracay
Malacañang says President Rodrigo Duterte 'will be the first one to obey' the Bawal Bastos law
(UPDATED) In an 'unprecedented coming together of women,' advocates will gather for a united women's action against misogyny on March 8 at La Madre Filipina Statue in Rizal Park, Manila
Senator Leila de Lima calls on Filipinos to 'stand strong and united to destroy this evil'
(UPDATED) ACT Teachers Representative France Castro calls as 'really disgusting' [and] uncalled for' President Rodrigo Duterte's confession of molesting their maid when he was a teenager
President Rodrigo Duterte bares details of the supposed incident before a large crowd in Kidapawan City, as he attacked the Catholic Church for its 'abuses'
(UPDATED) 'Itong mga babae, prim and proper man 'yan, isang tingin lang sa nanay niyan wala na, tunaw na 'yan,' says President Rodrigo Duterte
Using the hashtag #BabaeAko, Filipino women are taking to social media to fight President Rodrigo Duterte's sexist and misogynistic behavior
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On the second day of Women's Month, Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque insists, 'The President does not promote violence against women'
President Rodrigo Duterte says he received reports that some New People's Army members have been committing sexual abuse
In her speech read during the 1st Southeast Asian Women's Summit, Senator Leila de Lima says she stands for the power and potential of women to make a difference in the world
With the recent celebration of International Women s Day it s time to ask: Has President Duterte been good or bad for women empowerment?
On International Women s Day President Rodrigo Duterte thanks women for the critical role they play in Philippine society
As we commemorate Independence Day 2016 it might be worth our while to reflect on the singular possibilities of a Leni Robredo vice presidency
As the highest official of the country we hope President Rodrigo Duterte will help educate the general public on the respect of women s rights says Gabriela
The presidential candidate approved a city ordinance which includes protections for women but some argue his words and actions violate his own orders
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Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte says he won t mind losing the presidential race as long he s able to kiss his beautiful supporters
They also say the country needs a leader with an iron fist
The vice presidential bet says Duterte s pro women policies in Davao City should outweigh his political incorrectness