July 16th, 2012
Before you click to enlarge, do you think the US is in the top 10?
The Best And Worst Places In The World To Be A Woman

Maternal health, economic status, education, contraception use, and other factors show where women are doing well, and where their lives can be exceptionally hard.

(via fastcompany)

Before you click to enlarge, do you think the US is in the top 10?

The Best And Worst Places In The World To Be A Woman

Maternal health, economic status, education, contraception use, and other factors show where women are doing well, and where their lives can be exceptionally hard.

(via fastcompany)

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