A Polish NGO has apologised after its instructors used a guidebook in a Warsaw school that advises girls to avoid unwanted sexual advances from their teachers or bosses by treating them "with respect" and being "nice". The Zycie na maksa guidebook, which translates as "Life to the Max", also warned girls not to dress "provocatively", listing mini-skirts, exposed belly buttons and low-waisted trousers, because it's an "invitation to something more". The news caused a sensation on social media with many posters incredulous that such a book could be used in an educational workshop for teenagers. You pass off as a frivolous, available girl.
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Swiatek had broken serve 27 times en route to the last four and added five more to that count before finishing off the one-sided contest on Court Philippe Chatrier in 69 minutes. I just wanted to be aggressive like previous matches. Unable to put up much resistance, Podoroska decided to show more aggression and started coming forward to cut down the time for Swiatek to hit her big shots. That helped her hold two service games but was not enough to derail Swiatek, who faced just a single breakpoint in the opening set. Podoroska, who earned more than she had in her entire career by reaching the semi-finals, would have hoped for the tide to turn in the second set but there was no respite. Swiatek, who also plays in a doubles semi-final on Friday, kept up the tempo and raced to a lead before nervous errors allowed Podoroska to avoid a second-set bagel with a break of serve. American fourth seed Kenin marched into her second Grand Slam final of the year with a commanding victory against Kvitova.
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P formerly referred to using the psuedo name Agata , a year-old girl was legally entitled to an abortion under Polish law. But when she sought to end her unwanted pregnancy, multiple hospitals refused to perform the procedure. One even went so far as to leak her personal information to anti-choice advocates, who then harassed P for weeks. To make matters worse, she was taken temporarily from her mother's S custody because her mother supported her decision to have an abortion.
Feb 15, Society 1 comment. Polish high school student Krystyna Paszko has won an EU award for her initiative last year to create a fake online shop that victims of domestic violence can use to seek help without alerting their abuser. Women's rights groups report a surge in domestic violence during the coronavirus lockdown.