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Women Strip Themselves N00d To Protests For The Legalization Of Abortion

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    Thousands of people took to the streets across South America to highlight a number of human rights issues, including gender equality, violence against women, women’s rights and abortion law, on International Women’s Day on Tuesday. Large demonstrations were held in capitals all over the continent, including Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Costa Rica and Venezuela, as part of the global observation of International Women’s Day.
    Many of the protests saw women poignantly using their bodies to fight for their cause, opting to walk Private during the demonstrations with slogans written across their chests and stomachs. Activists in Brazil marched through the streets of Rio De Janeiro calling for a myriad of reforms, including protection from genderised violence, expanded female reproductive rights and legalization of abortion. Brazilian law currently only allows abortion in cases of r*pe or certain dire health threats, and protesters were heard shouting slogans to change legislation on terminations of pregnancies while marching through Rio De Janeiro with ‘legalize’ written across their Private bodies. Demonstrations were held in Santiago, Chile, Mexico City, Mexico, and Buenos Aires, Argentina, protesting femicide – the murder of women because of their gender – and saw protesters wearing make-up to resemble assault injuries and carrying crosses bearing slogans such as ‘Not one more death’
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    Time to legalize abortion in Nigeria..lets stop deceiving ourselves in the name of religion...Nigerian women are having illegal backyard abortion everyday and losing their lives in the process...A legal statutes allows women an opportunity to do it in a hospital in the hands of tyrained professional..I have never heard of somebody dying from abortion in The united states or anywhere in Europe....

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