The women went topless, but the betas wore bras:
At times like this, one is tempted to despair.
Last month three women got busted for going topless at a public beach some three hundred miles south of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Not exactly what I would consider earth-shattering news.
In the South American summer (where a lot of places do not have air-conditioning), as in summers all other the world, people go to the beach. Most of them keep their clothes on.
The three women didn’t, one thing led to another, and before you know it, twenty cops turned up. It must have been a slow day at the precinct.
Following their release, the three women decided to make a big fuss, so Argentinian women decided to demonstrate topless, of course, and yesterday the country witnessed El Tetazo [link NOT SUITABLE FOR WORK].
Pernicious exhibitionism, enabling voyeurism, for women’s rights? I’m with Diana Baccaro,
Pero si todavía las mujeres tenemos que recurrir al desnudo como herramienta política para protestar quiere decir que no hemos avanzado nada.
[If women still must resort to nudity as a tool for political protest, it means we have not progressed at all.]
What is it with these so-called feminists who think that reducing themselves to their private parts is a call for gender equality?