Talk:Women's rights in Cuba

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NPOV tag[edit]

There is a NPOV tag, but no discussion. I'm removing NPOV until someone posts why it's in question. Gattster 16:26:51, 2005-08-25 (UTC)

where does this come from?, it holds no text that could confirm it whatsoever, it almost seems like nothing but propaganda. Would americans like to have a "women of america" segment where they talk how inferior they are looked down there?. I suggest this should be erased.

This is one of the most blatantly biased articles I have ever read, it should be erased.

I've placed the NPOV tag on this article. This article is poorly written and makes no sense. It's blatantly biased, and, in my opinion, should be tagged as nonsense. Kamikaze Highlander 05:54, 24 March 2006 (UTC)

I concur. This is horribly biased, unconfirmed, useless and even incorrect material that shouldn't even be here. This needs to be deleted. --Mcmachete 07:20, 7 May 2006 (UTC)

definitely somewhat biased. Some of the more damaging allegations against Castro need to be proven. --M1ss1ontomars2k4 17:18, 7 May 2006 (UTC)

Im amazed that this is still here and yet there has not been a single source of information to confirm its veracity, most of them have been taken for what i presume are articles a là Readers Digest (who can forget those monthly anti-communist articles that were the backbone of the magazine). Im still figuring out the importance of the article and why is it on the encyclopedia to begin with.

I've re-written the whole thing as an attempt to save the page from deletion. Although I'm not overly concerned about whether it stays or not. The previous material was entertaining but plain unencylopedic - (sorry El Jigue)!--Zleitzen 01:44, 19 June 2006 (UTC)

What this article needs is some livening up. How about some pictures of Cuban women ? Something like http://dailyphoto.org/p/cubana-five-years-later ? -- Beardo 15:46, 12 December 2006 (UTC)
Have added a cropped pic from the commons. The background poster also featured a huge pic of Fidel, but it distracted from the image, it looked more like a picture of castro than a shot of the women so I've had him airbrushed out of the shot for clarity. (Perhaps a forerunner of what may happen in Cuba!). --Zleitzen 17:17, 12 December 2006 (UTC)