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One of Beatrice Lookinghorse's granddaughters, Rozelynn Whitebull, plays near an abandoned house in the backyard of Beatrice Lookinghorse's trailer on the Cheyenne River Reservation in Green Grass, South Dakota, U.S., May 31, 2018. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith

One of Beatrice Lookinghorse's granddaughters, Rozelynn Whitebull, plays near an abandoned house in the backyamore

One of Beatrice Lookinghorse's granddaughters, Rozelynn Whitebull, plays near an abandoned house in the backyard of Beatrice Lookinghorse's trailer on the Cheyenne River Reservation in Green Grass, South Dakota, U.S., May 31, 2018. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith
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Women in yukatas, or casual summer kimonos, pose to take their photos between paper lanterns during the annual Mitama Festival at the Yasukuni Shrine, in Tokyo, Japan July 13, 2018. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

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Women in yukatas, or casual summer kimonos, pose to take their photos between paper lanterns during the annual Mitama Festival at the Yasukuni Shrine, in Tokyo, Japan July 13, 2018. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
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Women walk with their belongings near the village of Baghouz, Deir Al Zor province, Syria February 26, 2019. Civilians were evacuated before the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces launched a final assault on the besieged enclave of Baghouz, the last shred of populated territory held by Islamic State, which once controlled swathes of Iraq and Syria.

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Women walk with their belongings near the village of Baghouz, Deir Al Zor province, Syria February 26, 2019. Cmore

Women walk with their belongings near the village of Baghouz, Deir Al Zor province, Syria February 26, 2019. Civilians were evacuated before the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces launched a final assault on the besieged enclave of Baghouz, the last shred of populated territory held by Islamic State, which once controlled swathes of Iraq and Syria. REUTERS/Rodi Said
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A transgender woman waits backstage to perform during an event to raise funds for their community in Mumbai, India, September 20, 2018. REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas

A transgender woman waits backstage to perform during an event to raise funds for their community in Mumbai, Imore

A transgender woman waits backstage to perform during an event to raise funds for their community in Mumbai, India, September 20, 2018. REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas
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Lauren Hoffmann, 29, a college program manager, talks on the phone while nursing her son Micah at the dinner table in San Antonio, Texas, U.S., February 6, 2019. Hoffmann only had five and a half weeks of accrued paid time off from her job. "You're worried about this tiny little new life, you love it so fiercely," she said. "Having more time to feel like you're getting good at this ... I think that could only be a good thing." REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare

Lauren Hoffmann, 29, a college program manager, talks on the phone while nursing her son Micah at the dinner tmore

Lauren Hoffmann, 29, a college program manager, talks on the phone while nursing her son Micah at the dinner table in San Antonio, Texas, U.S., February 6, 2019. Hoffmann only had five and a half weeks of accrued paid time off from her job. "You're worried about this tiny little new life, you love it so fiercely," she said. "Having more time to feel like you're getting good at this ... I think that could only be a good thing." REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare
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Flowers are left at the foot of a new mural of Savita Halappanavar put up on the day of the abortion referendum that repealed Ireland's strict abortion laws in Dublin, Ireland May 25, 2018. Hundreds of people left flowers and candles at a large mural of Halappanavar, the 31-year-old Indian whose death in 2012 from a septic miscarriage after being refused a termination spurred lawmakers into action.

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Flowers are left at the foot of a new mural of Savita Halappanavar put up on the day of the abortion referendumore

Flowers are left at the foot of a new mural of Savita Halappanavar put up on the day of the abortion referendum that repealed Ireland's strict abortion laws in Dublin, Ireland May 25, 2018. Hundreds of people left flowers and candles at a large mural of Halappanavar, the 31-year-old Indian whose death in 2012 from a septic miscarriage after being refused a termination spurred lawmakers into action. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
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Lina, who said she was raped by dozens of right-wing paramilitary fighters in the Montes de Maria region during the five-decade civil war, laughs as she puts on a hairband in Soacha, on the outskirts of Bogota, Colombia, June 12, 2018. Lina is determined to speak to the truth tribunal after she - and many women like her - was forced to remain silent during the conflict because paramilitary fighters controlled local authorities. "I had to put on a mask to hide the pain that I felt from my child. After 22 years, I can declare the facts to the competent authorities," she said. REUTERS/Nacho Doce

Lina, who said she was raped by dozens of right-wing paramilitary fighters in the Montes de Maria region durinmore

Lina, who said she was raped by dozens of right-wing paramilitary fighters in the Montes de Maria region during the five-decade civil war, laughs as she puts on a hairband in Soacha, on the outskirts of Bogota, Colombia, June 12, 2018. Lina is determined to speak to the truth tribunal after she - and many women like her - was forced to remain silent during the conflict because paramilitary fighters controlled local authorities. "I had to put on a mask to hide the pain that I felt from my child. After 22 years, I can declare the facts to the competent authorities," she said. REUTERS/Nacho Doce
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Students from some of London's all girls' schools take pictures of the 'Fearless Girl' statue unveiled by State Street in the financial district of London, Britain, March 5, 2019. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

Students from some of London's all girls' schools take pictures of the 'Fearless Girl' statue unveiled by Statmore

Students from some of London's all girls' schools take pictures of the 'Fearless Girl' statue unveiled by State Street in the financial district of London, Britain, March 5, 2019. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
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Democratic women House members stand during a briefing with the media recognizing suffragettes before the State of Union address on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., February 5, 2019. The lawmakers were dressed elegantly in white to celebrate 100 years of women having the right to vote.

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Democratic women House members stand during a briefing with the media recognizing suffragettes before the Statmore

Democratic women House members stand during a briefing with the media recognizing suffragettes before the State of Union address on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., February 5, 2019. The lawmakers were dressed elegantly in white to celebrate 100 years of women having the right to vote. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
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A woman sits as she waits to cast her vote at a polling station in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, December 30, 2018. REUTERS/Baz Ratner

A woman sits as she waits to cast her vote at a polling station in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, Decmore

A woman sits as she waits to cast her vote at a polling station in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, December 30, 2018. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
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A woman sits in a super bloom of poppies in Lake Elsinore, California, U.S., February 27, 2019. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

A woman sits in a super bloom of poppies in Lake Elsinore, California, U.S., February 27, 2019. REUTERS/Lucy Nmore

A woman sits in a super bloom of poppies in Lake Elsinore, California, U.S., February 27, 2019. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
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A woman attends a rally against gender-based and sexual violence against women in Marseille, France, November 24, 2018. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier

A woman attends a rally against gender-based and sexual violence against women in Marseille, France, November more

A woman attends a rally against gender-based and sexual violence against women in Marseille, France, November 24, 2018. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
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Christine Blasey Ford is sworn in before testifying to the Senate Judiciary Committee in the Dirksen Senate Office Building at the Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., September 27, 2018. Blasey Ford alleged that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when they were teenagers.

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Christine Blasey Ford is sworn in before testifying to the Senate Judiciary Committee in the Dirksen Senate Ofmore

Christine Blasey Ford is sworn in before testifying to the Senate Judiciary Committee in the Dirksen Senate Office Building at the Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., September 27, 2018. Blasey Ford alleged that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when they were teenagers. Win McNamee/Pool via REUTERS
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Women's rights activists gather to march through Taksim Square to protest against gender violence in Istanbul, Turkey, November 25, 2018. REUTERS/Huseyin Aldemir

Women's rights activists gather to march through Taksim Square to protest against gender violence in Istanbul,more

Women's rights activists gather to march through Taksim Square to protest against gender violence in Istanbul, Turkey, November 25, 2018. REUTERS/Huseyin Aldemir
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Kanaka Durga, 39 (L) and Bindu Ammini, 40, the first women to enter Sabarimala temple which traditionally bans the entry of women of menstrual age, pose for a photo after an interview with Reuters at an undisclosed location on the outskirts of Kochi, India, January 10, 2019. The two women were in hiding after threats by hardline Hindu groups.

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Kanaka Durga, 39 (L) and Bindu Ammini, 40, the first women to enter Sabarimala temple which traditionally bansmore

Kanaka Durga, 39 (L) and Bindu Ammini, 40, the first women to enter Sabarimala temple which traditionally bans the entry of women of menstrual age, pose for a photo after an interview with Reuters at an undisclosed location on the outskirts of Kochi, India, January 10, 2019. The two women were in hiding after threats by hardline Hindu groups. REUTERS/Sivaram V
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Frances, a migrant woman from Honduras taking refuge in a shelter with a caravan from Central America trying to reach the United States, places body lotion on her 1-year-old daughter Sujey in Tijuana, Mexico November 20, 2018. 

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Frances, a migrant woman from Honduras taking refuge in a shelter with a caravan from Central America trying tmore

Frances, a migrant woman from Honduras taking refuge in a shelter with a caravan from Central America trying to reach the United States, places body lotion on her 1-year-old daughter Sujey in Tijuana, Mexico November 20, 2018. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
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Thomas Musolino wears a mask of U.S. President Donald Trump while holding his daughter Gianna Musolino, 10, during a Trump campaign rally at Mohegan Sun Arena in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, U.S., August 2, 2018. 

REUTERS/Leah Millis

Thomas Musolino wears a mask of U.S. President Donald Trump while holding his daughter Gianna Musolino, 10, dumore

Thomas Musolino wears a mask of U.S. President Donald Trump while holding his daughter Gianna Musolino, 10, during a Trump campaign rally at Mohegan Sun Arena in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, U.S., August 2, 2018. REUTERS/Leah Millis
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Miss Spain Angela Ponce, the first transgender woman to take part in the Miss Universe contest, visits the Government House with fellow contestants after their meeting with Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha (not pictured) to promote the event, at the Government House, in Bangkok, Thailand December 11, 2018. Narong Sangnak/Pool via REUTERS

Miss Spain Angela Ponce, the first transgender woman to take part in the Miss Universe contest, visits the Govmore

Miss Spain Angela Ponce, the first transgender woman to take part in the Miss Universe contest, visits the Government House with fellow contestants after their meeting with Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha (not pictured) to promote the event, at the Government House, in Bangkok, Thailand December 11, 2018. Narong Sangnak/Pool via REUTERS
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Shinta Ratri, owner of Islamic boarding school for transgender women, sits in prayer in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, September 23, 2018. The worshippers who gather in a cramped residential neighborhood of the city of Yogyakarta are all transgender women, in the world s largest Muslim-majority country where hostility against them has surged, forcing many underground.

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Shinta Ratri, owner of Islamic boarding school for transgender women, sits in prayer in Yogyakarta, Indonesia,more

Shinta Ratri, owner of Islamic boarding school for transgender women, sits in prayer in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, September 23, 2018. The worshippers who gather in a cramped residential neighborhood of the city of Yogyakarta are all transgender women, in the world s largest Muslim-majority country where hostility against them has surged, forcing many underground. REUTERS/Kanupriya Kapoor
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Model Taelor Thein poses backstage ahead of the presentation of the Tadashi Shoji collection during New York Fashion Week in New York City, U.S., February 7, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Segar

Model Taelor Thein poses backstage ahead of the presentation of the Tadashi Shoji collection during New York Fmore

Model Taelor Thein poses backstage ahead of the presentation of the Tadashi Shoji collection during New York Fashion Week in New York City, U.S., February 7, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Segar
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Women use a smartphone as they ride the metro in Kiev, Ukraine October 25, 2018. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

Women use a smartphone as they ride the metro in Kiev, Ukraine October 25, 2018. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

Women use a smartphone as they ride the metro in Kiev, Ukraine October 25, 2018. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
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Afghan women wait to cast their votes during a parliamentary election at a polling station in Kabul, Afghanistan, October 20, 2018. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani

Afghan women wait to cast their votes during a parliamentary election at a polling station in Kabul, Afghanistmore

Afghan women wait to cast their votes during a parliamentary election at a polling station in Kabul, Afghanistan, October 20, 2018. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani
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Deb Haaland works in her office at the U.S. Capitol before being sworn in as one of the two first Native American women in the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington, U.S., January 3, 2019. The first-time elected official represents New Mexico's 1st Congressional District and is a member of the state's Laguna Pueblo tribe. "Congress has never heard a voice like mine," the Democrat said. "As the first Native American woman in Congress, I know that there will be an expectation on me by tribes across the country to be somebody that can move their issues forward," Haaland said. "That's absolutely something I feel optimistic that I will be able to do."

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Deb Haaland works in her office at the U.S. Capitol before being sworn in as one of the two first Native Amerimore

Deb Haaland works in her office at the U.S. Capitol before being sworn in as one of the two first Native American women in the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington, U.S., January 3, 2019. The first-time elected official represents New Mexico's 1st Congressional District and is a member of the state's Laguna Pueblo tribe. "Congress has never heard a voice like mine," the Democrat said. "As the first Native American woman in Congress, I know that there will be an expectation on me by tribes across the country to be somebody that can move their issues forward," Haaland said. "That's absolutely something I feel optimistic that I will be able to do." REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern holds her baby Neve after speaking at the Nelson Mandela Peace Summit during the 73rd United Nations General Assembly in New York City, New York, U.S., September 24, 2018. The 38-year-old Ardern has made global headlines since coming to power in October 2017, when she became only the second elected leader to give birth while in office, after Pakistan's Benazir Bhutto in 1990. She is not only her country's youngest premier, but the first to take maternity leave while in office, and is widely seen as a symbol of progress for women.

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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern holds her baby Neve after speaking at the Nelson Mandela Peace Summimore

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern holds her baby Neve after speaking at the Nelson Mandela Peace Summit during the 73rd United Nations General Assembly in New York City, New York, U.S., September 24, 2018. The 38-year-old Ardern has made global headlines since coming to power in October 2017, when she became only the second elected leader to give birth while in office, after Pakistan's Benazir Bhutto in 1990. She is not only her country's youngest premier, but the first to take maternity leave while in office, and is widely seen as a symbol of progress for women. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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Students react as they receive their 'A' level results at Stoke Newington School and Sixth Form in London, Britain August 16, 2018. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

Students react as they receive their 'A' level results at Stoke Newington School and Sixth Form in London, Brimore

Students react as they receive their 'A' level results at Stoke Newington School and Sixth Form in London, Britain August 16, 2018. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
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Ayah, 37, a wearer of the niqab weeps as she is embraced by a police officer during a demonstration against the Danish face veil ban in Copenhagen, Denmark, August 1, 2018. The Danish parliament enacted the face ban in May 2018, joining France and some other European countries to uphold what some politicians say are secular and democratic values.

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Ayah, 37, a wearer of the niqab weeps as she is embraced by a police officer during a demonstration against thmore

Ayah, 37, a wearer of the niqab weeps as she is embraced by a police officer during a demonstration against the Danish face veil ban in Copenhagen, Denmark, August 1, 2018. The Danish parliament enacted the face ban in May 2018, joining France and some other European countries to uphold what some politicians say are secular and democratic values. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
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A child looks on, as volunteers of Venezuelan presidential candidate Javier Bertucci of the "Esperanza por el Cambio" party, give food plates to women and children as part of Mother's Day celebrations, during a campaign rally in Caracas, Venezuela May 13, 2018. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso

A child looks on, as volunteers of Venezuelan presidential candidate Javier Bertucci of the "Esperanza por el more

A child looks on, as volunteers of Venezuelan presidential candidate Javier Bertucci of the "Esperanza por el Cambio" party, give food plates to women and children as part of Mother's Day celebrations, during a campaign rally in Caracas, Venezuela May 13, 2018. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
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Amirah al-Turkistani, a graphic design lecturer at Jeddah International College, rides her bicycle in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, November 7, 2017. When Amirah al-Turkistani left Boston in 2015 after earning a graduate degree, friends mocked her decision to ship her beloved pistachio-colored bicycle back home to Saudi Arabia. "They told me, 'What will you do with it in Jeddah, hang it on the wall?'" she laughed, referring to her hometown on the Red Sea coast. Riding in public was unthinkable at the time in the deeply conservative Muslim kingdom, where religious police patrolled public spaces to enforce modest dress, bans on music and alcohol, prayer-time store closures and the mixing of unrelated men and women. Fast forward three years and Amirah is riding regularly on the seaside corniche, alone or with her husband and children.

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Amirah al-Turkistani, a graphic design lecturer at Jeddah International College, rides her bicycle in Jeddah, more

Amirah al-Turkistani, a graphic design lecturer at Jeddah International College, rides her bicycle in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, November 7, 2017. When Amirah al-Turkistani left Boston in 2015 after earning a graduate degree, friends mocked her decision to ship her beloved pistachio-colored bicycle back home to Saudi Arabia. "They told me, 'What will you do with it in Jeddah, hang it on the wall?'" she laughed, referring to her hometown on the Red Sea coast. Riding in public was unthinkable at the time in the deeply conservative Muslim kingdom, where religious police patrolled public spaces to enforce modest dress, bans on music and alcohol, prayer-time store closures and the mixing of unrelated men and women. Fast forward three years and Amirah is riding regularly on the seaside corniche, alone or with her husband and children. REUTERS/Reem Baeshen
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A woman wears a costume during J'Ouvert, an overnight-into-dawn celebration ahead of the annual West Indian-American Carnival Day Parade in Brooklyn, New York, U.S., September 3, 2018. REUTERS/Gabriela Bhaskar

A woman wears a costume during J'Ouvert, an overnight-into-dawn celebration ahead of the annual West Indian-Ammore

A woman wears a costume during J'Ouvert, an overnight-into-dawn celebration ahead of the annual West Indian-American Carnival Day Parade in Brooklyn, New York, U.S., September 3, 2018. REUTERS/Gabriela Bhaskar
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A Cholita (Andean woman) fighter makes a key to their opponent during a wrestling session at the Havana Hotel Cholet in El Alto, outskirts of La Paz, Bolivia, June 29, 2018. REUTERS/David Mercado

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A Cholita (Andean woman) fighter makes a key to their opponent during a wrestling session at the Havana Hotel Cholet in El Alto, outskirts of La Paz, Bolivia, June 29, 2018. REUTERS/David Mercado
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Deidre Brown Collins holds her daughter, Vitalia Collins, as they watch returns during a midterm election night party for Georgia Democratic gubernatorial nominee Stacey Abrams in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S., November 6, 2018. Abrams narrowly lost to Brian Kemp in her effort to become the nation's first female African-American governor.

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Deidre Brown Collins holds her daughter, Vitalia Collins, as they watch returns during a midterm election nighmore

Deidre Brown Collins holds her daughter, Vitalia Collins, as they watch returns during a midterm election night party for Georgia Democratic gubernatorial nominee Stacey Abrams in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S., November 6, 2018. Abrams narrowly lost to Brian Kemp in her effort to become the nation's first female African-American governor. REUTERS/Leah Millis
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Participants listen to speakers outside city hall during the Women's March in a snow storm in Toronto, Ontario, Canada January 19, 2019. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

Participants listen to speakers outside city hall during the Women's March in a snow storm in Toronto, Ontariomore

Participants listen to speakers outside city hall during the Women's March in a snow storm in Toronto, Ontario, Canada January 19, 2019. REUTERS/Chris Helgren
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A 5-year-old girl poses with her doll as she sits in her wheelchair in the courtyard of the Aberdeen Women's Center, one year after a sexual assault that her family says left her paralyzed, in Freetown, Sierra Leone February 7, 2019. REUTERS/Cooper Inveen

A 5-year-old girl poses with her doll as she sits in her wheelchair in the courtyard of the Aberdeen Women's Cmore

A 5-year-old girl poses with her doll as she sits in her wheelchair in the courtyard of the Aberdeen Women's Center, one year after a sexual assault that her family says left her paralyzed, in Freetown, Sierra Leone February 7, 2019. REUTERS/Cooper Inveen
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Teresa Conde, 52, a philosophy teacher, who says she was raped by a priest 30 years her senior, points at a picture of herself at the age of 15, in Salamanca, Spain, February 7, 2019. "The rapist went unpunished then and those who covered up go unpunished now," says Conde, who opened up to her family about the rapes when she was 42 after a lifetime of psychological trauma. She says she only started really living when the priest died three years ago. Father Daniel Garcia, a leading clergyman at the time in the area where Conde went to school, corroborated her story to Reuters based on a conversation he had with the priest 10 years ago. REUTERS/Susana Vera

Teresa Conde, 52, a philosophy teacher, who says she was raped by a priest 30 years her senior, points at a pimore

Teresa Conde, 52, a philosophy teacher, who says she was raped by a priest 30 years her senior, points at a picture of herself at the age of 15, in Salamanca, Spain, February 7, 2019. "The rapist went unpunished then and those who covered up go unpunished now," says Conde, who opened up to her family about the rapes when she was 42 after a lifetime of psychological trauma. She says she only started really living when the priest died three years ago. Father Daniel Garcia, a leading clergyman at the time in the area where Conde went to school, corroborated her story to Reuters based on a conversation he had with the priest 10 years ago. REUTERS/Susana Vera
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A woman takes part in a protest against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, in front of the New York County Supreme Court at Foley Square in New York City, U.S., August 26, 2018. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

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A woman takes part in a protest against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, in front of the New York County Supreme Court at Foley Square in New York City, U.S., August 26, 2018. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
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A woman sits in a train at a subway station in Pyongyang, North Korea, September 11, 2018. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui

A woman sits in a train at a subway station in Pyongyang, North Korea, September 11, 2018. REUTERS/Danish Siddmore

A woman sits in a train at a subway station in Pyongyang, North Korea, September 11, 2018. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui
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A Rohingya refugee woman shows bullet and shrapnel wounds on her arm at Shamlapur refugee camp in Cox's Bazaar, Bangladesh, March 26, 2018. The wounds are from when she was hit by the Myanmar army as she tried to escape in September 2017. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne

A Rohingya refugee woman shows bullet and shrapnel wounds on her arm at Shamlapur refugee camp in Cox's Bazaarmore

A Rohingya refugee woman shows bullet and shrapnel wounds on her arm at Shamlapur refugee camp in Cox's Bazaar, Bangladesh, March 26, 2018. The wounds are from when she was hit by the Myanmar army as she tried to escape in September 2017. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
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Women walk past shops in Manbej, Aleppo countryside, Syria May 10, 2018. REUTERS/Aboud Hamam

Women walk past shops in Manbej, Aleppo countryside, Syria May 10, 2018. REUTERS/Aboud Hamam

Women walk past shops in Manbej, Aleppo countryside, Syria May 10, 2018. REUTERS/Aboud Hamam
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Victims and others look on as Rachael Denhollander speaks at the sentencing hearing for Larry Nassar, a former team USA Gymnastics doctor who pleaded guilty in November 2017 to sexual assault charges, in Lansing, Michigan, U.S., January 24, 2018. Nassar was sentenced to up to 175 years in prison, following an extraordinary hearing in Lansing, Michigan, in which more than 150 Nassar victims delivered emotionally wrenching statements about his actions.

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Victims and others look on as Rachael Denhollander speaks at the sentencing hearing for Larry Nassar, a formermore

Victims and others look on as Rachael Denhollander speaks at the sentencing hearing for Larry Nassar, a former team USA Gymnastics doctor who pleaded guilty in November 2017 to sexual assault charges, in Lansing, Michigan, U.S., January 24, 2018. Nassar was sentenced to up to 175 years in prison, following an extraordinary hearing in Lansing, Michigan, in which more than 150 Nassar victims delivered emotionally wrenching statements about his actions. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
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Blessing Obuson, 19, rescued from human traffickers, chats on her smartphone in a shelter on the outskirts of Moscow, Russia February 21, 2019. Obuson thought Russia's World Cup would be an opportunity to find a job and flew into Moscow from Nigeria last June on a fan ID. Instead, she found herself forced to work as a prostitute. She said she was locked in a flat on the outskirts of Moscow and forced into sex work along with 11 other Nigerian women who were supervised by a madam, also from Nigeria. "I cried really hard. But what choice did I have?" Obuson told Reuters after being freed by anti-slavery activists. She said her madam had confiscated her passport and told her she'd only get it back once she'd worked off a fictional debt of $50,000.

REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov

Blessing Obuson, 19, rescued from human traffickers, chats on her smartphone in a shelter on the outskirts of more

Blessing Obuson, 19, rescued from human traffickers, chats on her smartphone in a shelter on the outskirts of Moscow, Russia February 21, 2019. Obuson thought Russia's World Cup would be an opportunity to find a job and flew into Moscow from Nigeria last June on a fan ID. Instead, she found herself forced to work as a prostitute. She said she was locked in a flat on the outskirts of Moscow and forced into sex work along with 11 other Nigerian women who were supervised by a madam, also from Nigeria. "I cried really hard. But what choice did I have?" Obuson told Reuters after being freed by anti-slavery activists. She said her madam had confiscated her passport and told her she'd only get it back once she'd worked off a fictional debt of $50,000. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
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Janice Sarad, 22, who works for a bank, leaves her neighborhood to go to work, in Antipolo City, Rizal province, Philippines, November 26, 2018. 

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Janice Sarad, 22, who works for a bank, leaves her neighborhood to go to work, in Antipolo City, Rizal provincmore

Janice Sarad, 22, who works for a bank, leaves her neighborhood to go to work, in Antipolo City, Rizal province, Philippines, November 26, 2018. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez
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A girl tries on shoes as she waits with members of a caravan from Central America, who are trying to reach the United States, in a temporary shelter in Tijuana, Mexico, November 24, 2018. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

A girl tries on shoes as she waits with members of a caravan from Central America, who are trying to reach themore

A girl tries on shoes as she waits with members of a caravan from Central America, who are trying to reach the United States, in a temporary shelter in Tijuana, Mexico, November 24, 2018. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
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Women prepare to swim in the sea at the Sai Wan Swimming Shed in Hong Kong, China, October 4, 2018. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

Women prepare to swim in the sea at the Sai Wan Swimming Shed in Hong Kong, China, October 4, 2018. REUTERS/Hamore

Women prepare to swim in the sea at the Sai Wan Swimming Shed in Hong Kong, China, October 4, 2018. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
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A woman rides a horse through flames during the annual "Luminarias" celebration on the eve of Saint Anthony's day, Spain's patron saint of animals, in the village of San Bartolome de Pinares, northwest of Madrid, Spain, January 16, 2019. REUTERS/Susana Vera

A woman rides a horse through flames during the annual "Luminarias" celebration on the eve of Saint Anthony's more

A woman rides a horse through flames during the annual "Luminarias" celebration on the eve of Saint Anthony's day, Spain's patron saint of animals, in the village of San Bartolome de Pinares, northwest of Madrid, Spain, January 16, 2019. REUTERS/Susana Vera
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Adama Mustapha, mother of Salamutu, Fatima and Maryam Mustapha, missing students of the Government Girls Science and Technical College, sits near her daughters' clothing and provisions in her house in Dapchi, the northeastern state of Yobe, Nigeria, February 24, 2018. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde

Adama Mustapha, mother of Salamutu, Fatima and Maryam Mustapha, missing students of the Government Girls Scienmore

Adama Mustapha, mother of Salamutu, Fatima and Maryam Mustapha, missing students of the Government Girls Science and Technical College, sits near her daughters' clothing and provisions in her house in Dapchi, the northeastern state of Yobe, Nigeria, February 24, 2018. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
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