At a recent protest against the Pamplona bull run, a British woman used her boobs to draw attention to animal rights. But when the cause is totally unrelated to gender equality, is getting your nipples out actually counter-productive?
"My uterus, my priority," said the protester, who is rallying against a proposed bill that would limit the number of abortions doctors can perform and cause abortions to no longer be considered a "priority procedure" in Quebec.
Australian filmmaker Kitty Green spent 14 months with the activists, living, eating and getting arrested with them. Being a woman, a dissident, or a journalist in former-Soviet nations is difficult at the best of times. Green was all three.
Femen Quebec is doing what they do best and taking their tops off for women's rights during the celebration of excess that is the Montreal Grand Prix. We hung out with them while they prepared for an action this weekend.
The notorious radical feminist organization went topless in the middle of Midtown, screamed anti-Putin slogans, and held a press conference to denounce Russia's invasion of Crimea. They sure know how to get attention.
Femen's topless activists have had a rough few months. Since our film about them was released earlier this year, three activists have been jailed in Tunisia, their Paris…
The topless protest group Femen started out in the Ukraine in 2008. Today, it's a global movement with more than 300 topless warriors. Their fans say they are courageous, no-nonsense activists, while their critics say their tactics devalue the fight for f…
Yesterday, three members of the feminist activist group Femen staged a topless protest outside the Ministry of Justice in Tunis, Tunisia. It is thought to be the first topless feminist protest to ever take place in the Arab world.
Femen's Paris headquarters is under siege by neo-Nazis. And last week, they found out that Tunisian Femen activist Amina Tyler, the 19-year-old who was drugged and given a virginity test after posting topless protest pictures of herself on Facebook, might…
Last Friday, I took the Eurostar from London to Paris to meet the topless feminist protest group Femen. Originally based in the Ukraine, the organization has since spread out across the world. The idea was to film the buildup to Femen's next protest, but
Aliaa Elmahdy, the founder of an Egyptian branch of the radical feminist protest organization Femen, has posed naked online, protested naked against Sharia law, and encouraged other Egyptian women to defy their male-dominated society. This has gotten her