Italian women protest miniskirt ban

26 October 2010.

Women of Castellammare di Stabia demonstrate against miniskirt ban. Photo Franco Castano/AP

The Associated Press caption to this photo is:

Demonstrators hold banners reading “Miniskirt with burka and suspenders”, top left, and “Stop feminicide“, bottom right, as they protest in front of Catellammare di Stabia’s town hall, Italy, on Oct. 25. The mayor of the southern seaside town of Castellamare di Stabia wants to ban football games in public parks and squares, blasphemy out loud, and institute a miniskirt ban.

The banner at the bottom is of the Unione Donne Italiane (UDI), a Left feminist organization.

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