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Women in Russia Protests for Their Underwear Rights

Posted on the 18 February 2014 by Nrjperera @nrjperera

According to Huffington Post, Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan has banned underwear that contain less than 6% cotton. Clearly this was an issue for the women in these countries, which also affects badly for their love life. So far, 30 women who protested in Kazakhstan have been arrested after they started yelling “Freedom to panties!” while wearing their panties on their heads.

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This new ban on underwear will go into effect starting July 1st. Although, some groups are already working to put a hold on that. I just wish I was there to see this protest.

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