Rappler's latest stories on National Women's Month
One of the report's most chilling findings: 28% of people believe it is okay for a man to beat his wife
The list features picks from women all over the world
(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
'Hindi ibig sabihin na tatalikuran ko 'yung mga paniniwala ko,' says the Dinagat representative on taking contrary positions as a member of the supermajority
'I’m still a full-time activist who just happens to be a congresswoman,' the newbie legislator tells Rappler
When she talks to Rappler, it’s not the politics and internal dynamics Deputy Speaker Sharon Garin zooms in on, but the hard work that’s seldom aired live or broadcast on primetime news
On the second day of Women's Month, Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque insists, 'The President does not promote violence against women'