In Saudi Arabia: Denied the right to travel without consent from their male guardians and banned from driving, men now electronically track women as if they were pets or livestock.
In Iraq: Women who do not wear the Islamic headscarf, commonly known as the hijab, are increasingly coming under crackdown as conservative Islam gradually permeates the Iraqi political scene. Women suffer sexual harassment; temporary marriage which (is clearly an imported phenomenon from Iran]; and other forms of religious restrictions, in the workplace, in government, in the media, everywhere. (AINA)
In Italy: Femicide, killing of women by husbands, boyfriends, (or in some cases by fathers, brothers or even mothers). A U.N. report on domestic violence in Italy issued in June sounded the alarm, saying it's the most pervasive form of violence. (NPR)
In the United States: Abortion; Obamacare; feminism and sex-selection abortions which favors boys over girls:
It is a sad day in America when the president of the United States endorses sex-selection abortion by opposing the Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act. It is no less sad that this bill did not pass the House — although a significant majority, 246 members, did vote for it — given its laudable aim of outlawing this egregious assault on baby girls. Sex-selection abortion is cruel, it’s discriminatory and it’s legal. It is violence against women. Most people in government are unaware that it is part of a deliberate plan of population control. (Washington Post)
I could go on but you get the idea.