Today’s Washington Post features a story about the new “seat of power” for young Indian women: the toilet.

Today’s Washington Post features a story about the new “seat of power” for young Indian women: the toilet.

The article says times are changing in rural India, where “many women are refusing to marry unless the suitor furnishes their future home with a bathroom.” Nearly 665 million people in India still lack access to latrines.

A “No Toilet, No Bride” campaign started two years ago, freeing millions from the inconvenience of community toilets or squatting in fields.

Read the complete Washington Post article here >>