An Afghan law that protects perpetrators of domestic violence, new sharia criminal laws in Brunei that allow stoning, sexual assaults in Arab Spring countries, and proposed "virginity tests" in Indonesia.
These are just a few examples of a rollback of women's rights in recent years, even where revolutions and political transitions have been hailed in the West.
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