- Turkish President says women who eschew motherhood are "incomplete"
- Some female protesters take to streets over comments, calling them insulting
(CNN)When it comes to "mansplaining," few world leaders dish out advice like Turkey's President.
It typically involves a man explaining something to a woman, which she already knows, in a condescending manner.
Source: The Nation Institute
No motherhood, no womanhood
What women need (and it's not equality)
Erdogan tells feminists they don't get motherhood
Children by the numbers
About 73% of married women use a form of contraception.
One-fifth of married women use abortion as fertility regulation.
There is a "substantial" unmet need for quality family planning.
Source: U.N. Population Fund