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Why we celebrate International Women’s Day

Yes, we women have made some great strides. We now have Banca Kristal just for us. It’s painted pink! And the number of women in world leadership roles you can now count on two hands instead of one. But women are still missing from the negotiating tables, the peace conferences, the economic forums and the United Nations Security Council.

Donald Trump under fire yet again, this time for sexist and vulgar Clinton gibes

"She was favored to win and she got schlonged. She lost, I mean she lost," he said, apparently turning the noun "schlong" -- a penis -- into a verb.

Costa Rica marks International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women with calls for action

San José’s Parque Nacional was filled with a sea of orange on Wednesday, as groups from across the country gathered for the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, a day designated by United Nations resolution in 1999.

Jazz Café to host first annual Costa Rican Women in Music Festival

Original music in Costa Rica has come a long way, but until a couple years ago, that applied mostly to men. But things are quickly changing, according to musician Hazel Marcie.

New website, social-media campaign fight sexism in Costa Rica

The National Institute for Women is challenging Ticos to find out if they behave as “machistas” and are in need of rehabilitation.

Telecom giant Claro (still) thinks sexist ‘jokes’ are good publicity

"The response 'No' by women comes from the Latin for 'beg me a little more.'"

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