Femen members go topless to support Quebec Charter of Values
At yesterday's protest in Montreal in favour of the Charter of Values, members of the militant sextremist group Femen made its presence known in the way it always gets noticed.
They removed their tops.
The Parti Québécois government's charter would secularize government operations by banning employees from displaying most religious garb, including turbans, large crosses, yarmulkes, hijabs, and niqabs.
Since Femen was created by Ukrainian feminist activists, the group has always taken a hard line against patriarchy, organized religion, and attacks on same-sex marriage.
Today, opponents of the charter are holding a counter-protest in Montreal.