Canada’s Prostitution Bill Opposed by Both Sides

The bill addresses issues with the old laws that abolitionists and those seeking decriminalization found problematic. But taken in its entirety, both sides of this reform effort are worried it will worsen dangers and force some women into a “darker market.”

Indian Tribal Women Rush to a Champion’s Defense

Tribal women in India are mobilizing behind a leading maternal-health advocate. Supporters say the case against Madhuri Krishnaswamy was concocted to stop her from flagging rights violations that led to 25 maternal deaths in nine months in one impoverished district.

1 Murder, Plus 2 Mum Suspects Equals a Walk

Criminals often use a trick called cross-finger pointing resulting in many long-term unsolved cases of missing women and girls, including the disappearance of 6-year-old JonBenet Ramsey in Colorado, says Wendy Murphy in this excerpt from the new edition of “And Justice For Some.”