They call her "the woman who is like a hundred men." She calls herself "a girl of the revolution." And now newscaster turned activist Bothaina Kamel is running for president, the first woman to do so in the country's history.
A Saudi daily reported that a businesswoman in Medina had gone to the police, saying her driver had raped her at gunpoint.
Maybe it was a coincidence that Mick Foley — currently on a fundraising drive for RAINN — was on the late-night Fox News show Red Eye last night just as the host went on a rant about Toronto's SlutWalk. But he wasn't just going to sit there.
Qaddafi's public rambling today has told us nothing about what will happen in Libya, nor whether the bloody reprisals against protesters will end. But as the dust settles on Tunisia and Egypt's unusually peaceful revolutions, women inside and outside of those countries are asking what's next for them.
That's from a December article in an independent Egyptian newspaper by Saudi journalist and women's rights activist Nadine al-Bedair (interviewed, last year, in the clip above). Her article, "My Four Husbands and I," in which she suggests that women should enjoy multiple marriages as men do, has drawn heated…