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IN People ON 18 Jan, 2016
Girls usually think that why should boys have all the fun? And that why do not they do things openly which boys have the freedom to do? By now, you must be getting me a bit, that what sort of rights I'm gonna talk about.
Now, the question arises that why we girls can't roam topless like boys? My mind too was hustling with the same. So, here is a good news for the girls who are the lover of gender equality.
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..the west end of the Orleigh Park in Brisbane.
..for mainly their group of friends. But as the movement got viral on Facebook. It aroused the worldwide women who grabbed the challenge at once.
And more than 800 women agreed to attend the event, more than 1600 showed their interest, and around 3400 women were invited to the event.
One of the protestors of the event commented, 'What a horrible thing to expose children to and how sad that women feel the need to do these things to get attention,' one woman wrote on the page. 'If you want to be treated like equal's [sic] maybe stop doing childish and attention seeking things.
Ms Haworth and Ms Lennox were scared a lot in regards to the safety of the event as the list of opposers was too big and they got messages from many men to sabotage the programme.
..despite the negativities all around, these two friends were successful in achieving what they wanted to achieve.
This was the step initiated by two feminists towards the gender equality that should be encouraged more and more. And if you too are the supporter of the movement then, you are free to join the page and can cover the event too. #NoOffense
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