Feminist Mob Gets Naked to Protest ‘Gender Discrimination’
00:05, Friday, 02 June, 2017
Tuesday, over 120 naked feminists decided to get together and put on a flashmob to protest “gender-based violence” in Buenos Aires, the Argentinian capital.
The women gathered outside of parliament with a sign reading: “Femicide is Genocide”. They stripped to a soundtrack and collapsed around their banner, forming a pile of bodies meant to “represent victims of violence”.
A woman on a loudspeaker outlined the problems of gender-based violence plaguing women. The women then rose and advanced towards their audience, finishing the performance with a long, angry scream.
The flash mob was the latest protest organized by a collective known as Fuerza Artística de Choque Comunicativo (F.A.C.C), meaning “artistic force of communicative shock” in Spanish, a team of activist artists formed last year.