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Exclusive: Iran stadium campaigner says women attending match will 'break a taboo'
The present article is devoted to taboos and euphemisms in the English and Kazakh languages and their social aspect. Taboos and euphemisms have always been of great interest as they act as one of the important factors influencing the process of enriching and enlarging word-stock and speech itself. The system of ethnographic taboo including language taboo originally developed on the basis of religious beliefs. However, taboo words are not just the words which are not widely-used because of certain religious beliefs, these are the words which appeared due to some social reasons like politeness, delicacy and eagerness to keep preserve appearances. Taboo words in linguistic meaning are the words which are banned because of mythological beliefs, superstitions, prejudice and to avoid rude or curse words and phrases.
Father of twins? Why Putin's personal life is a taboo for the Russian press
The 59th session of the Commission on the Status of Women, held this week in New York, was a landmark year for the forum. Together, they shared stories of success in the face of overwhelming challenges. One of the voices was Abbigal Muleya. Muleya said her organization has been working to change the cultural attitudes that permeate the rural community where she lives.
Women are Strictly Forbidden: On the Severe Taboos of Lake Baikal
People traveling to Lake Baikal especially to the areas which are sacred for the Buryats often have to encounter distrustful views of the local population, and this can be explained by the fact that the entry to some places it is strictly prohibited for women. The indigenous inhabitants of the Baikal coast and the islands of Olkhon, the Buryats, have worshiped many natural phenomena and natural objects since ancient times, deifying mountains, valleys, caves, forests The modern unique feature of everyday Buryat life is precisely the fact that they strictly adhere to the traditions and customs of their ancestors, come to sacred places to worship the supreme forces, at the same time observing the rules of orderly behavior, including those connected with the impossibility of women participating in these sacraments. The place of a woman in the traditional everyday culture of the indigenous population of Lake Baikal has been very interesting.
LONDON Reuters - Iranian women will be allowed to watch the national soccer team play on Thursday for the first time in over 40 years, but campaigners are not convinced the match against Cambodia heralds a wider opening up of sports by the government. FIFA stepped up pressure on Iran to meet commitments allowing women to attend World Cup qualifiers following the death last month of Sahar Khodayari, who set herself on fire to protest against her arrest for trying to get into a match. But a leading activist said FIFA should have pushed Iranian authorities harder and sooner to adhere to its anti-discrimination rules. Some were detained by security forces. In a group of women watched half a World Cup qualifier against Bahrain in Tehran and some were allowed to attend the Asian Champions League final in Tehran last November.