‘It’s time to fight’ on women and women’s rights

The Hindu has been forced to shut down after a blog post calling for an end to “misogyny” against women, was shared more than 4,000 times on social media.

In the post, a founder of a new non-profit called Women of Courage and an activist who had been instrumental in the campaign to fight rape and sexual assault on women in India, wrote: “If there is a time to take back our women’s right to autonomy, it’s now.

It’s time for the entire feminist movement to unite in our fight for equal rights for all.”

The post was shared on Monday and was shared almost a million times.

A senior executive of the organisation told The Hindu that the post was not written in a vacuum.

“It was not a ‘post from the heart’ in the sense of the phrase ‘I am a woman and I want my voice heard’,” she said.

“We had been working for years on this issue.

We were part of the movement, we worked with many organisations.

We had to take it to a larger scale.””

This post was written by a woman,” she said, referring to the founder of the new organisation.

“And the only way this can be corrected is for the whole movement to come together.”

The post has triggered an online backlash, with women’s advocates and activists from across the country condemning it as misogynistic and offensive.

“We will not allow women to be raped.

We will not tolerate violence towards women.

We have already started.

We are not stopping.

Our fight is not over,” tweeted social activist and founder of Women of Justice, Sanjeev Dhillon.”

It’s not even the first time that a woman has spoken out in a sexist way about women’s issues, it is the first one that has been called out as misogynist,” he said.

“We have had a huge number of people from all over the world who are taking the opportunity to call this out on social networks and write to us, saying that this is not acceptable,” he added.

In response, the organisation on Monday announced that it had removed the post from its website and will “make an apology for the harm we have caused”.

“We apologise for this mistake and want to set the record straight,” it said in a statement on Monday.

“As an organisation, we have a long history of being vocal on issues of gender inequality and injustice.

This has not been something we were prepared to do at this time, and we sincerely regret that.”

The Women of Freedom campaign was launched in February 2017 and aims to end gender-based violence against women in Indian society.

In its statement on Sunday, the campaign claimed that women’s voices have been silenced because of fear of retaliation.

The women’s activist said: “There is no room for any kind of impunity for perpetrators.

We cannot be silent for anyone and we cannot be intimidated.

We must act, we must speak out, and not let silence hold us back from making a difference.””

Women have to do their part to fight back.

We want the entire movement to work together,” she added.

Why I’m quitting my job in an insurance policy

I want to know why I should ever quit my job, writes Mark Ralston.

He wants to know if it’s the right thing to do.

And he’s right to do so.

I don’t think it is.

In my experience, leaving a job that is hard to get, which is not my experience with my employer, is a great way to leave.

But it can be dangerous.

What Mark Rolston, 55, is saying is that I should not quit my company.

But I do.

What does it really mean to quit?

It means that I’m no longer in the position to make decisions about my own life, Mark says.

I cannot decide what I want for my family and what I need to get done.

That is what the company is offering me.

I can choose whether to continue working, but I cannot choose what I do for my employer.

If I had that power, I would be doing something right.

That’s not my business.

But if you’ve got a job you love, the decisions you make about it are of great value to the company, which will make you happy.

The most important thing to you, Mark concludes, is that you are making the right choice for your life.

I hope that I can convince you, and that I have not lost my job.

I’m confident I can.

But is quitting my employer a good decision?

Not really.

The key is to make sure that you don’t get a bad experience.

That means having a good work-life balance, Mark argues.

And if you do, then you may be making a bad decision.

You could lose your job, Mark adds, because you get a terrible pay packet or because you have to put yourself out of work.

And this will happen if you decide to quit your job.

It is the only way to get out of the job without losing your job and your job is the sole reason you’re still in it.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of quitting your job?

If you’re working in a highly regulated profession, the main advantage is that there are fewer people who will say no to your job offer.

If you’ve worked in a small and medium-sized company, there is more competition.

You can make your case, and your boss will listen, Mark explains.

And there is a greater chance of getting a positive response.

But the main disadvantage is that quitting your employer can mean losing the job you really love.

You won’t be able to buy a house or start a business, Mark tells me.

And as a parent, you can lose your child.

There are other disadvantages too, he says.

It can make you a less good role model.

There may be a decrease in your earnings because of the loss of your income.

You will probably feel less secure in your career and the quality of your work, Mark warns.

You may not be as successful financially as you were before the job.

And you may not have the confidence to start a family.

And even if you’re able to find a job and find a partner, you may find it hard to find the time to take care of children and your family.

But all in all, quitting your employment can be the right decision, Mark assures me.

Why I quit my employer in an accident insurance policy I quit the job I loved in 2004.

I had a good experience.

I got the best pay packet for the position.

I worked hard.

I learned new things and I enjoyed it.

I was on time.

I wasn’t sacked, Mark told me.

There were no issues.

I enjoyed the job and I loved it.

And then I lost my life.

The first few months I was happy.

But then I was hit by an accident in 2007.

I woke up in hospital with a broken leg, Mark said.

It was so scary.

I knew that if I didn’t get up soon I was going to die.

I wanted to get the best job possible and I wanted everyone else to be happy.

It’s been five years since then, and my career has not recovered.

Now I have to live with the fear that I’ll be laid off from my job as soon as the next job opens up.

And I’m still stuck.

I’ve had to take on debt to pay my rent and bills, and have to support myself financially.

I know that my family would not be OK with me not having a job.

But this is the life I want, and this is what I’m prepared to sacrifice to achieve it.

Is quitting an option for you?

Yes.

It has the potential to change your life for the better.

But Mark says that, in his experience, it’s not a good idea to quit without having at least a chance to discuss the pros and cons with your boss.

It may seem that quitting a job would be easy for you.

But in fact, it may be