Women fans of current affairs topics, this week take you to see the death of the last comfort woman in Taiwan, the first Saudi female astronaut lifted off and other key current events at home and abroad!

The last Taiwanese comfort woman died

A few days ago, the last Taiwanese comfort woman passed away, and in addition to continuing to ask the Japanese government to apologize to the comfort women, the Women's Rescue Foundation will continue to educate and publicize the impact of gender-based violence on women.

Photo|Women's Rescue Foundation (pictured is Taiwan Comfort Women Care Exhibition)

Kaohsiung City Tourism Bureau promotes gender-friendly accommodations

With the 4th anniversary of the legalization of same-sex marriage, the Kaohsiung Municipal Government Tourism Bureau announced the list of gender-friendly accommodation in Kaohsiung City, and set up a relevant zone on the tourism website, and plans to promote the gender-friendly accommodation logo in the future.

(Recommended reading: Is "Gender-Friendly Toilet" really gender-friendly?) The Cross-Generational Evolution of Gender Consciousness from the Toilet)

Photo | Kaohsiung City Government Civil Affairs Bureau @ FB

The Senate investigation revealed harassment of gender diverse

According to the survey on the living conditions of gender diversity people released by the Executive Yuan's Gender Equality Office, although 52% of respondents believe that discrimination and hostility in society have decreased in the past year, 23% of respondents have been harassed and threatened in the past year.

Photo by Anete Lusina on Pexels

The first Saudi female astronaut lifts into the air

Banaui, the first Saudi female astronaut, recently participated in a private International Space Station mission, and while expressing her joy and honor, she also encouraged everyone to believe in themselves.

(Guess what you wanted: Gender News | NASA announced the postponement of all-female space missions because "there is no space suit for them")

Photo by RAYYANAH BARNAWI @ Twitter

Mexico is the first to issue a non-binary passport

Mexico issued non-binary passports, and citizens of non-binary and non-conventional gender have the option of replacing men or women with an "X". This policy promotes diversity and allows everyone to legally present their true selves.

Photo by Rosemary Ketchum on Pexels

American department store Target intends to withdraw LGBTQ merchandise

Target's "Pride Series" products launched in May caused customer dissatisfaction, which in turn led to increased conflicts with employees. To protect its employees, Target is considering removing some of its related merchandise.

(Screening: Versace, Coach fashion brand supports LGBTQ+ Pride Month, creating five cases of diversity and inclusion)

Photo by Uriel Mont on Pexels

China's iconic gay institution closed

The Beijing LGBT Center, a nonprofit organization dedicated to youth psychological support and gender diversity education, has had to cease operations in recent years amid China's shrinking space for expression, and like other LGBTQ groups.

Photo by Anete Lusina on Pexels