The Philippines returns to women’s volleyball action for the first time in 36 years in the continental meet
'The role of legislation in this case is to rip away the protective veil of sexual discrimination,' says Labor and employment committee chair Randolph Ting, who sponsors the bill on second reading
Part 2: The methods used by backstreet abortionists in the Philippines are barbaric, as told by women who experienced it themselves
Don't be fooled. Benevolent sexism lives on in silence and maintains the harm.
In the Philippines, abortion is illegal and deeply stigmatized, leaving desperate women with no choice but to seek unsafe options online
The nationals are training in Okayama prefecture for the upcoming 2018 Asian Games
Williams' disclosure comes a week after she suffered the worst loss of her career
Amatul-Wadud is a mother of seven, a lawyer, a community activist and a Muslim, who rises before dawn, prays five times a day and fasts during Ramadan
The Philippines braces for a tough grind as only two teams from Asia will nab a spot in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
WWE finally decides to feature an all-women pay-per-view event
The Philippine softball team vies for an Olympic berth in the World Championship starting August 2 in Japan
'I think all women will be happy to know that sanitary pads will now have 100% exemption,' says India's acting finance minister Piyush Goyal
It's a shame that the WWE stint of local wrestling queen Crystal didn't push through as it would have been historic
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The Ateneo volleyball standout decides to play her 5th and final UAAP season due to an 'unfinished business'
On Twitter, she accuses her ex-boyfriend of repeatedly beating her up
JM believes that Barbie and Paul will settle the issue between themselves
'Clothes don't cause rape, rapists do,' Senator Risa Hontiveros responds in a statement
Though Paul Salas is not named in the posts, fans accuse the actor of hurting the 'Araw Gabi' actress
The Philippine women's football team absorbs another heartbreak but aims to keep on fighting
The #BabaeAko movement is organizing a protest on the day of President Rodrigo Duterte's third State of the Nation Address, calling the activity the 'Anti-Misogyny Activists sa SONA', or #AMaSONA.
Despite the Nationals' victory, coach Shaq Delos Santos says there's still a need to get the team in sync
All in all there are 13 recorded cases of abuse against women by cops since the start of the anti-illegal drugs campaign, says the Center for Women's Resources
The national team only had 8 players in the lineup against the HD Spikers
Dimaculangan wants to take a break from juggling her club and national volleyball team duties
The Philippine women’s volleyball team makes a statement in its first tuneup game for the 2018 Asian Games
The Philippine women’s volleyball team captain hopes to do the same as basketball standout Bolick, who balances his time between two teams
Claudia Sheinbaum, a Jewish scientist, environmentalist and left-wing politician, has made a rapid political rise to lead North America's largest city – though it has not been without controversy
These stories are the unheard narratives of the drug war
Moskovsky Komsomolets, one of Russia's biggest daily tabloids, publishes the article entitled, 'The era of whores: Russian women at the World Cup are bringing shame on themselves and the country'
The Filipino movement that began as a social media campaign gets global recognition
Rosegie Ramos and Jane Linette Hipolito are looking to follow the footsteps of the country's only female Olympic silver medalist
Many Iranian clerics oppose women attending football matches, saying they must be protected from the masculine atmosphere
Dubai-based ride-hailing app Careem, along with global behemoth Uber, reacts to Saudi King Salman's September announcement of an end to the kingdom's ban on female motorists by saying it would hire women
(UPDATED) But much of the initial optimism over reforms appears to have been dented by a sweeping crackdown on women activists who long opposed the driving ban
On the dating app, women are required to message matches first. But is it as 'feminist' as it claims?
PRESS RELEASE: Full scholarships in animation, game creation and web development are open to women ages 18 to 45 years old
Here are some of the other historic moments for women in government.
Shaq delos Santos says the national volleyball team's overseas training – which Alyssa Valdez and Jia Morado plan to join – can boost the Philippines' chances in the Asian Games
Women's rights group Oriang says poor women suffer the most under the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law
An epic ‘manel’, sexist jokes about breasts, and on-stage sexual harassment at the World News Congress in Portugal put the gap between acknowledging gender inequality and actually empowering women into stark relief. In response, senior international news professionals write this open letter.
Aby Maraño leads as team captain of a seasoned national team lineup
The Philippine national women's volleyball team plans to see action in the PSL invitational conference to prepare for the 2018 Asian Games
Ahead of the historic lifting of a decades-long ban on female drivers in Saudi Arabia on June 24, women gather weekly at the privately owned Bikers Skills Institute to learn how to ride bikes
New coach Shaq delos Santos has two months to whip the national volleyball team into competitive shape for the 2018 Asian Games this August in Indonesia
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'Women are a force to contend with and Duterte should be careful lest he bear the brunt of their force unleashed,' says Joms Salvador of Gabriela
IMMAP's Margot Torres bested 7 other finalists and was the only Filipino in the category's shortlist
The Iranian government wants to end its support for the 3-a-side game
After a notable debut in the FIBA 3x3 World Cup 2018, Perlas Pilipinas looks forward to a better national program starting August 2018