Mon, 20 Feb 2012 02:08:23 GMT | By Amirul Ruslan, photos by AP Photos and AFP
Meet FEMEN: Ukraine's topless feminist protesters

Alexandra & Inna



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Femen activists Alexandra (L) and Inna Shevchenko address a news conference in Vienna, March 2, 2012. Ukrainian activist group Femen is famous for holding topless protests in Ukraine and abroad demonstrating for women's rights.

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Jun 11, 2012 10:06PM
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what these young girls feel for their country surpasses the old male hogs at their parliament. The shameless men will enjoy this protest...but shame on them that their women have to bare themselves for justice. Shame on Russia and Ukrain. If you respect your mothers, don't under estimate these female voices for justice.
Jun 12, 2012 11:57PM
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I believe most Malaysians prefer FEMEN's topless protests to the recent "bottomless" protests by the pro-BN army veterans. Who wants to see old buns instead of young t**s? 
Jun 15, 2012 1:36AM
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Yes, I think future pro-BN protest should go topless as well. But of course with their puritanical censor board glowering over them, only their male protesters will be able to do it. The FRU water cannon unit will come in handy then - to wash away all the vomit that the spectators are bound to throw up when they witness all the ugly overflowing body fats of the protesters.
Jun 11, 2012 10:02PM
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way to go girls....women power can do wonders. Shame on the men whose women have to bare themselves to get justice and human rights. Shame on the govt who use force on these peaceful demonstrations. Putin is a Russion communist through and through....democracy is a joke with them. An act. The women must collect a bigger force. I admire their guts...they're from the school of journalism...and here in M'sia we have our media licking the shoes of their bosses..the politicians.
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