A meiguice de Pussy Riot, Femen e slutwalkers

Sou fã das coroas de flores das meninas do Femen. Em breve, num sex shop perto de você

O mundo mudou para melhor.

O feminismo das acadêmicas bigodudas dos anos 60 conquistou direitos básicos para as mulheres e pavimentou as calçadas para as divertidas moças da banda Pussy Riot. E também para o grupo Femen e as seguidoras da Slutwalk (Marcha das vadias, em português).

Explico o que todas essas meninas têm em comum:

1) São lésbicas ou simpatizantes da causa gay.

2) Promovem manifestações públicas suprapartidárias para defender a mulher. Os temas são sexismo, turismo sexual, direito ao parto em casa, a violência doméstica, a opressão da mulher na Rússia, o direito da mulher se vestir de maneira sensual sem ser achacada por homens nas ruas.

3) Têm a atitude punk que antes era só dos meninos. Gritam e fazem vandalismo. Uma conquista da cena Riot Grrrl, que começou nos anos 90 quando as meninas deixaram de ser apenas backing vocals das bandas hardcore e começaram a cuspir.

4) Ostensiva presença digital, domínio das redes e do funcionamento da mídia. Emplacam mostrando os peitos e as partes pudendas.

O Femen (em ucraniano: Фемен) é um grupo de protesto fundado em 2008 por Anna Hutsol, com base na cidade de Kiev. A banda Pussy Riot é uma banda russa de punk rock russo que entoa melodias contra a Igreja e o governo de Putin. A Slutwalk é um movimento mundial que surgiu no Canadá, em 2011, quando foi empreendida a primeira marcha.

Bem legal essa nova meiguice do século 21, os pais das meninas são um orgulho só.

Permito-me, nessa onda, a ousadia de sugerir mais dois movimentos com mais, digamos, cor local.

O primeiro seria algo como o grupo de protesto das dinamarquesas que trocam as fraldas e limpam o chão da classe média ou a mobilização de todas as mulheres pardas, pobres e mães solteiras do Brasil. Hum?

O segundo seria a marcha Walk on the Wild Side, com as meninas trabalhadoras da avenida Indianópolis. Elas são numerosas, ainda não têm espirito de grupo, mas seria enorme a troca de experiência. O Brasil poderá, enfim, exportar um savoir-faire.

Alguém topa?

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Links relacionados

Condenação da banda Pussy Riot

Slutwalk, o direito de ser vadia

Em apoio a Pussy Riot, ativista do Femen corta cruz ortodoxa

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Abaixo imagens de ativistas do Femen protestando contra Berlusconi em 2011. Sem tradução nas legendas, sorry, fadiga enorme por aqui. (Fonte: russianforum.org)

Activists of Ukrainian womens' movement FEMEN shout and gesture on February 14, 2011 during a protest, called "Italiy is not a brothel," in front of the Italian Embassy in Kiev. The Ukrainian femenists came to show their support for the hundreds of thousand of Italian women who protested on February 13 against the distorted image of Italian women generated by Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's numerous sex scandals. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY

Activists of Ukrainian womens’ movement FEMEN shout and gesture on February 14, 2011 during a protest, called “Italiy is not a brothel,” in front of the Italian Embassy in Kiev. The Ukrainian femenists came to show their support for the hundreds of thousand of Italian women who protested on February 13 against the distorted image of Italian women generated by Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s numerous sex scandals. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY

Activists of Ukrainian womens' movement FEMEN shout and throw their underwear on February 14, 2011 during a protest, called "Italiy is not a brothel," in front of the Italian Embassy in Kiev. The Ukrainian femenists came to show their support for the hundreds of thousand of Italian women who protested on February 13 against the distorted image of Italian women generated by Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's numerous sex scandals. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY

Activists of Ukrainian womens’ movement FEMEN shout and throw their underwear on February 14, 2011 during a protest, called “Italiy is not a brothel,” in front of the Italian Embassy in Kiev. The Ukrainian femenists came to show their support for the hundreds of thousand of Italian women who protested on February 13 against the distorted image of Italian women generated by Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s numerous sex scandals. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY

Activists from women’s rights organization “Femen” take part in a protest against Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi in front of Italy’s embassy in Kiev February 14, 2011.  REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

Activists from the women's rights organization "Femen" shout slogans and wave placards during a protest against Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi in front of Italy's embassy in Kiev February 14, 2011.   REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

Activists from the women’s rights organization “Femen” shout slogans and wave placards during a protest against Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi in front of Italy’s embassy in Kiev February 14, 2011.   REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

Activists of Ukrainian womens' movement FEMEN shout and gesture at police on February 14, 2011 during a protest, called "Italiy is not a brothel," in front of the Italian Embassy in Kiev. The Ukrainian femenists came to show their support for the hundreds of thousand of Italian women who protested on February 13 against the distorted image of Italian women generated by Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's numerous sex scandals. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY

Activists of Ukrainian womens’ movement FEMEN shout and gesture at police on February 14, 2011 during a protest, called “Italiy is not a brothel,” in front of the Italian Embassy in Kiev. The Ukrainian femenists came to show their support for the hundreds of thousand of Italian women who protested on February 13 against the distorted image of Italian women generated by Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s numerous sex scandals. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY

An activist from the women's rights organization "Femen" is detained by police during a protest against Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi in front of Italy's embassy in Kiev February 14, 2011.   REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

An activist from the women’s rights organization “Femen” is detained by police during a protest against Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi in front of Italy’s embassy in Kiev February 14, 2011.   REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

Activists of Ukrainian womens' movement FEMEN shout and gesture at police on February 14, 2011 during a protest, called "Italiy is not a brothel," in front of the Italian Embassy in Kiev. The Ukrainian femenists came to show their support for the hundreds of thousand of Italian women who protested on February 13 against the distorted image of Italian women generated by Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's numerous sex scandals. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY

Activists of Ukrainian womens’ movement FEMEN shout and gesture at police on February 14, 2011 during a protest, called “Italiy is not a brothel,” in front of the Italian Embassy in Kiev. The Ukrainian femenists came to show their support for the hundreds of thousand of Italian women who protested on February 13 against the distorted image of Italian women generated by Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s numerous sex scandals. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY

Activists from women's rights organization "Femen" take part in a protest against Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi in front of Italy's embassy in Kiev February 14, 2011.  REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

Activists from women’s rights organization “Femen” take part in a protest against Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi in front of Italy’s embassy in Kiev February 14, 2011.  REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

FEMEN protesters at a Valentine's Day protest against Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi at the Italian Embassy in Kiev, Ukraine in which they shed their panties. Demotix Images

FEMEN protesters at a Valentine’s Day protest against Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi at the Italian Embassy in Kiev, Ukraine in which they shed their panties. Demotix Images

FEMEN protesters at a Valentine's Day protest against Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi at the Italian Embassy in Kiev, Ukraine in which they shed their panties. Demotix Images

FEMEN protesters at a Valentine’s Day protest against Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi at the Italian Embassy in Kiev, Ukraine in which they shed their panties. Demotix Images

FEMEN protesters at a Valentine's Day protest against Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi at the Italian Embassy in Kiev, Ukraine in which they shed their panties. Demotix Images

FEMEN protesters at a Valentine’s Day protest against Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi at the Italian Embassy in Kiev, Ukraine in which they shed their panties. Demotix Images

An activist from women's rights organization "Femen" waves underwear at security officers during a protest against Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi in front of Italy's embassy in Kiev February 14, 2011.  REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

An activist from women’s rights organization “Femen” waves underwear at security officers during a protest against Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi in front of Italy’s embassy in Kiev February 14, 2011.  REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

An activist from women's rights organization "Femen" is detained by police during a protest against Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi in front of Italy's embassy in Kiev February 14, 2011.   REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

An activist from women’s rights organization “Femen” is detained by police during a protest against Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi in front of Italy’s embassy in Kiev February 14, 2011.   REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

Policemen arrest activists of Ukrainian womens' movement FEMEN during their protest action "Italia is not bordello" in front of the Italian embassy in Kiev on February 14, 2011. The young Ukrainians support thousands of Italian women in their protests at "degrading" media coverage of the recent sex scandals surrounding Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY

Policemen arrest activists of Ukrainian womens’ movement FEMEN during their protest action “Italia is not bordello” in front of the Italian embassy in Kiev on February 14, 2011. The young Ukrainians support thousands of Italian women in their protests at “degrading” media coverage of the recent sex scandals surrounding Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY

An activist of Ukrainian women's movement FEMEN shouts from a police car as she was arrested during their protest action "Italia is not bordello" in front of the Italian embassy in Kiev on February 14, 2011. The young Ukrainians support   thousands of Italian women in their protests at "degrading" media coverage of the recent sex scandals surrounding Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY

An activist of Ukrainian women’s movement FEMEN shouts from a police car as she was arrested during their protest action “Italia is not bordello” in front of the Italian embassy in Kiev on February 14, 2011. The young Ukrainians support   thousands of Italian women in their protests at “degrading” media coverage of the recent sex scandals surrounding Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY

Activists of Ukrainian womens' movement FEMEN gesture from a police van on February 14, 2011 after being arrested during a protest, called "Italiy is not a brothel," in front of the Italian Embassy in Kiev. The Ukrainian femenists came to show their support for the hundreds of thousand of Italian women who protested on February 13 against the distorted image of Italian women generated by Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's numerous sex scandals. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY

Activists of Ukrainian womens’ movement FEMEN gesture from a police van on February 14, 2011 after being arrested during a protest, called “Italiy is not a brothel,” in front of the Italian Embassy in Kiev. The Ukrainian femenists came to show their support for the hundreds of thousand of Italian women who protested on February 13 against the distorted image of Italian women generated by Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s numerous sex scandals. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY

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