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Rebel Girls: Photos Of Feminists From Around the World

Rebel Girls: Photos Of Feminists From Around the World
Thu, 8/27/2015
This article originally appeared on Autostraddle

Illustration by Rory Midhani

Feminism is alive and well, my friends. And I’ve got 95 photos from across the planet to prove it. (Click here to find the source articles about the protests and movements pictured!)

Including an image of a protest or images from a specific region doesn’t indicate any sort of endorsement of that region or movement’s politics — this is just about showcasing that the fight for women’s rights and gender equality is raging on around the world.

 

Africa

Cameroon

Girls play clapping game during a weekly education session about breast ironing and rape by survivor of breast ironing Ndjessa at Ndjessa's family home in Douala

 

Democratic Republic of Congo

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

 

Egypt

egypt

egypt 3

Clashes in Tahrir square

 

Kenya

kenya

kenya4

kenya4

kenya 2

 

Liberia

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PRAY THE DEVIL BACK TO HELL

 

Nigeria

nigeria 2014 ap

 

Senegal

senegal afp getty

 

South Africa

south africa afp

safrica2

WINNIE MADIKIZELA MANDELA LEADS A MARCH DURING A WOMAN'S DAY RALLY.

 

Asia

Afghanistan

pakistan wikimedia

afghanistan ap

 

China

china

china2

 

India

india

india5

india2

india 4

 

Israel

israel

 

Japan

japan

 

Nepal

nepal

 

Pakistan

pakistan

Members of civil society and the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan protest in Islamabad, against the killing of Farzana Iqbal

pakistan 2

 

Palestine

palestine

 

Saudi Arabia

 

Yemen

yemen

 

North America

Canada

canada

canada6

canada2

canada3

canada4

canada5

 

Cuba

cuba

 

El Salvador

el salvador 2

el salvador

 

Guatemala

guatemala

guatemale4

guatemal3

Women's Rights

 

Haiti

HAITI-WOMEN-RIGHTS

haitiInternational Womens Day in Haiti

haiti 2

 

Mexico

mexico

mexico 2

 

Nicaragua

Nicaragua Protest

 

United States

america 3

A group of workers and labor activists march down West Grand Boulevard as they demand a raise in the minimum wage for fast food workers in Detroit

Protesters rally in the rotunda of the State Capitol as the state Senate meets to consider legislation restricting abortion rights in Austin

usa

 

South America

Brazil

brazil

brazil4

brazil3

brazil2

 

Chile

chile3

CHILE-ABORTION-DEMO

chile

 

Colombia

colombia

 

Peru

peru reuters

peru

 

Venezuela

venezuela

venezuela3

venezuela2

 

Australia

australia

Women hold posters bearing messages against the Australian Labor Party during a rally in support of asylum seekers in Sydney

australia3

australia2

australia4

 

Europe

France

france3

FRANCE-SPAIN-RIGHTS-ABORTION-POLITICS-DEMO

france

 

Germany

International Women's Day In Berlin

 

Greece

greece

 

Ireland

ireland

 

Poland

poland

 

Russia

russia

russia2

 

Spain

spain

spain2

 

Turkey*

turkey

turkey2

*Turkey is technically on two continents. Geography, you slay me. I chose Europe, but some of these photos may have technically been taken in Asia.

 

Ukraine

russia3

 

United Kingdom

uk2

uk

england

england

Originally published by Autostraddle

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