Naked FEMEN activists detained outside Verkhovna Rada

Girls with the slogan "Stop Homophobe" took off their clothes in front of the parliament entrance. One of the participants was a mulatto.

12 November 2015 13:59

Activists of FEMEN movement held a rally outside the Verkhovna Rada to support the adoption of anti-discrimination amendments to the Labour Code. Since when detained the girls were naked, the law enforcement officers had to cover them with jackets. There was an inscription "Stop Homophobe" on the activists’ chests.

Earlier on, the MPs blocked the amendments to the Labor Code, which preclude discrimination based on race, religion, sex or sexual orientation grounds.

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