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South Korean Women are Fed Up with Inequality

Expand  South Korean women march through the streets of Seoul. © 2018 Courage to be Uncomfortable On June 9, about 22,000 South Korean women marched through the streets of Seoul. The protest – reportedly the largest by women in South Korean history – focused on the proliferation of so-called “spy cams,” tiny cameras used to invade women’s privacy, filming them in toilets and up skirts, with images often posted online. Activists say the government is not taking the issue seriously – except in the rare case where a man is the victim. Spy cam use is one of many rights violations women face in…

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