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Pause for Thought: 'Standing on your own two feet doesn’t mean you can’t lean on others.'

Rabbi Shoshana Boyd Gelfand on embracing both work and love.

Pause for Thought: 'We can only reach justice if we’re in it together.'

Remona Aly on bringing balance to an unequal world.
'Without women the world stops'
Some Spanish women will go on strike on International Women's Day to highlight sexism and the gender pay gap.

Should trans women be allowed to use women-only services?

The debate over transgender women's rights
It's estimated that about 1% of the British population are transgender or gender non-confirming - yet rows about rights for trans people is one of the defining issues society is trying to grapple with right now. 
Some women - often radical feminists - believe that 'trans women aren't real women', and can pose a danger to other women and therefore shouldn't be allowed into safe women-only spaces. But trans women say you don't need to be born with a vagina to be a woman. 
Rebecca Root, a transgender actor who stars in the BBC comedy Boy Meets Girl, explores the debate for us.