News Tagged with “Feminism”

This guy won't take no for an answer and insists on sending a dick pick.

Icelandic Instagram account confronts "dick pic" guys

16 Feb Guys sending women unsolicited "dickpics" is as much of a problem in Iceland as it is elsewhere and now a man and a woman have set up an Instagram page called "Fávitar" (Idiots) to call them out.

A message from Icelandic girls

14 Feb The sensational winning act of Skrekkur 2015, a Reykjavik school talent contest, has been released once again in a brand new stunning video with the same thought provoking message.

Laugardalslaug geothermal swimming pool in Reykjavik.

Topless guests welcome in Reykjavik swimming pools

16 Jan Following news of a woman being shown out of a pool in the small town of Akranes in Iceland, the directors of the City of Reykjavik sports and recreation department have confirmed that guests of the city's swimming pool are welcome whether they wear a top or not as part of their swimwear ensemble.

Jaðarsbakkalaug swimming pool in  Akranes, South West Iceland.

Topless woman shown out of Iceland pool: Whatever happened to free the nipple?

16 Jan A student at the University of Iceland was told to leave the pool in the small town of Akranes on Saturday for swimming without a bikini top. Apparently the town of Akranes isn't quite with it on the Free the Nipple revolution that took place in Iceland two years ago.

Volcanoes, skyr and the Panama Papers: a 2016 Iceland retrospective

1 Jan As the new year begins, Iceland Monitor takes a look back over 2016 and some of its most popular news stories for each month. Which is your favourite?

View on Iceland: John Grant, Equality and Elves

10 Dec Once you’ve finished browsing Iceland Monitor’s wide selection of news, events and features, you might like to have a look at some other Iceland-related material from around the world that we shall be collecting for you weekly.

View on Iceland: Blue Lagoon, Feminism and Viking Strength

26 Nov Once you finished browsing Iceland Monitor’s wide selection of news, events and features, you might like to have a look at some other Iceland-related material from around the world that we shall be collecting for you weekly.

View on Iceland: Women Politicians, Music and Mass Tourism

12 Nov Once you finished browsing Iceland Monitor’s wide selection of news, events and features, you might like to have a look at some other Iceland-related material from around the world that we shall be collecting for you weekly.

President Vigdís Finnbogadóttir and Ronald Reagan take a stroll at the presidential residence Bessastaðir in Iceland in 1986, prior to the Reykjavik Summit were Reagan met with Mikhail Gorbachev.

History: The world's first democratically elected female president

8 Nov Today, for no particular reason, we look back on history when Icelanders elected the world's first democratically elected female president.

From last month's protest.

Icelandic gender pay protest inspires women in France

3 Nov French feminist group Les Glorieuses is organising a walk-out of French women from the workplace next Monday, inspired by a gender-pay protest by Icelandic women last month.

Iceland now has fourth most female parliament in the world

1 Nov Saturday’s elections in Iceland saw a total of thirty women MPs returned to the Iceland parliament (‘Alþingi’) – the highest proportion in the history of the institution.

View on Iceland: Elections, Books and Gender Equality

29 Oct Once you finished browsing Iceland Monitor’s wide selection of news, events and features, you might like to have a look at some other Iceland-related material from around the world that we shall be collecting for you weekly.

Former Icelandic PM, Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir.

Iceland’s first female PM: “Brexit a mistake”

1 Jul “In my experience, women work hard to create a more just and equal society—when they are given the chance.”

From last year's celebrations.

Iceland celebrates Women’s Rights Day today!

19 Jun 2016 19 June is Women’s Day in Iceland. The date marks the day 101 years ago when Icelandic women were first given the right to vote.

Pastor Steven L. Anderson.

“Iceland: a nation of bastards”

27 Apr 2016 Anderson specifically tells listeners that Iceland should be ashamed of the number of Icelandic children not being born into a “normal family situation”.

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