Yeah! Germany’s Rebellious New Feminists

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-Young and self-assured, feminists have started social discourse in Germany.

Femen exists in Germany for just one year, with about 30 women between the ages of 18 and 40 who are united in the fight against male domination. Wherever they appear, they find themselves in the limelight.

There is also a protocol in case of arrest: to do everything possible to prolong the protest. As soon as no cameras around, they act normally again.

The group’s ideological framework is just as simple as the rules for the topless protest. The Ukrainian founders have established three goals for Femen: the fight against forced prostitution, the struggle against the oppression of women by religion, and resistance against all manner of dictators. If they are going to use their bodies as banners, they might as well aim for some lofty goals.

Femen, Germany counts on you!

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3 thoughts on “Yeah! Germany’s Rebellious New Feminists

  1. We need Femen active in every country in the world, especially America where women’s rights are especially under attack!

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    • Femen is afraid to start actions in US because they do not want to end up in Guantánamo. Europe is getting scared of America. The NSA controls Google, Apple and Facebook and almost all Social Media. The NSA has direct access to many servers. It is said that England (as a lakey of US) also is allowed to snoop on private datas by using the same access.

      This is against the law – but Europe already knows that US-right-wings have their own law. In God we trust? Forget it…. England is no part of Europe anymore.

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