In today’s strange, sad news, authorities in Chile rescued a malnourished two-year-old boy after he was discovered being breastfed by a dog. A witness saw the pup, which is named Reina, feeding the child at a mechanic’s workshop in the port city of Arica. The boy also had a skin infection and lice infestation.
Turn your eyes to France, justice enthusiasts, because there’s quite a case unfolding across the Atlantic. A woman is currently on trial for allegedly bilking people out of hundreds and in some cases thousands of dollars, with pie-in-the-sky promises they could make and sell fancy cheeses to French beauty product…
Ana Tijoux, the powerhouse French-Chilean diva who is one of the most recognizable and important rappers in Latin America, has just released the video for “Antipatriarca,” one of the more explicitly feminist songs in her repertoire. It’s glorious.
A 14-year old Chilean girl who suffers from cystic fibrosis and who'd sought public approval to end her life has changed her mind, reports AP Online.
Proving once again that "pro-life" is a total misnomer, the UN Human Rights Committee has harshly criticized both Ireland and Chile for their ridiculously draconian abortion laws, warning that the restrictions may be a violation of international human rights treaties.
Today, in the city of Valparaiso, Chile, Michelle Bachelet was sworn in for the second time as Chile's new President. She previously served as president from 2006-2010 before becoming the executive director of the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women).
A dog waits as his owner casts her vote during presidential elections in Santiago, Chile, Sunday, Dec. 15, 2013. Michelle Bachelet is widely expected to return to Chile's presidency by beating conservative rival Evelyn Matthei in Sunday's runoff vote.. (AP Photo/Jorge Saenz)
Well, that's it. All of the pictures of people crying. All of the gifs of people crying. All of the tears.
You guys, being a feminist in Chile is hard. Abortion is illegal (in ALL CASES), we are always seeing some new story in the news about a woman killed by her abusive husband, one time a facebook (female) friend said feminism was just an unfortunate trend. And then THIS SHIT HAPPENED.
Camila Vallejo, the 23-year-old president of the University of Chile student federation, is the much-beloved face of a populist uprising that some are calling the "Chilean winter." And she's also a babe, a fact some reporters just can't get over.
Chilean President Sebastian Pinera is fond of telling jokes, and he couldn't resist sharing one with 32 other heads of state at a recent meeting in Mexico. Swallow whatever you're drinking and take a seat, because the joke is hilarious, rapey, and definitely worth humiliating yourself over:
Santiago, Chile, Aug 12: Students with their bodies painted from head to toe protest in front of La Moneda government palace. Students have been striking for more than two months now and marching by the tens of thousands calling for free and equal quality education. The government of Chile is standing firm against…
Fuck 2010. This year fucking sucked.
Chilean miner Yonni Barrios' wife learned he'd had a mistress when she met her at a vigil for the trapped men. Barrios asked for both of them to be there when he was rescued. He only got half his wish.
As though the Chilean miners trapped underground for weeks needed more to worry about, their personal lives just got complicated — apparently their wives and mistresses are fighting it out on the surface.
Dawn breaks in a field. A border collie reports faithfully for duty, only to find his lover hasn't been as faithful. Locked in an embrace with... a mutt? Dagger to the heart. If only he'd kept his weight under control.