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"My breasts are not obscene": about twenty Femen demonstrate at the Musée d'Orsay

2020-09-13T14:16:48.960Z

After the entry ban to the national museum made to a young woman because of her cleavage, who had to put on a jacket, feminists



"We reaffirm that our torso is not obscene and that we support Jeanne and all women victims of sexist discrimination" The message is clear.

About twenty Femen took over the Musée d'Orsay this Sunday at the start of the afternoon to support Jeanne, a young woman who was refused entry into the famous Parisian museum because of a cleavage " too provocative ”and therefore had to put on a jacket.

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DARKNESS IS IN YOUR EYES!



About twenty #FEMEN activists went today for a topless visit to the # Orsay museum.


Stop the sexualization of women's bodies!



OIO pic.twitter.com/RVJp2UO6ts

- FEMEN (@Femen_France) September 13, 2020

“Stop the sexualization of women's bodies!

“, Reminded the Femen in their slogans.

In these images shared on social networks by the feminist group, young women with bare breasts, like ancient statues appear with raised fists, with messages inscribed on their bodies such as "This is not obscene" or "Obscene. because of you ".

“Obscenity is in your eyes” being the main message of this happening in the Parisian museum.

MY TITS ARE NOT OBSCENE!


With this action at @MuseeOrsay, we reaffirm that our torso is not obscene and that we support Jeanne and all women victims of sexist discrimination.


Stop the sexualization of women's bodies!

#FEMEN #ORSAY



📸 @ capucinema pic.twitter.com/igng9QTWIX

- FEMEN (@Femen_France) September 13, 2020

This show of force comes after an open letter from a museum visitor explaining how much she felt “discriminated against” on the basis of “sexist dynamics” by the museum's security personnel who prevented her from entering this room. public place a few days ago.

A refusal that sparked a strong controversy and a lot of media attention.

The message of Femen must have delighted her.

Open letter @MuseeOrsay



Attached is the dress of discord (photo taken four hours earlier) pic.twitter.com/FTIXQKsdRZ

- Tô '(@jeavnne) September 9, 2020

Source: leparis

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