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Aliaa Magda Elmahdy_A nudity as a form of expression against violence

Take off your clothes and look in the mirror, burn the bodies who disdain and detach themselves from their complex sex forever, before I launch accusations of racism and deny me the freedom of expression." These were the words of Egyptian Alia Magda Elmahdy after displaying her nakedness in various photos posted on his blog:. Http://arebelsdiary.blogspot.com. Alia sees this attitude as "a cry against the society of violence, racism, sexism, sexual harassment and hypocrisy." This is the protest of a young student who will add to the protests against the high rates of poverty, unemployment and human rights violations by the dictatorship of Mubarak 30 years, do not know how the post-Mubarak Egypt and a culture "macho" will respond to protests in the days of Twitter and Facebook. Do women have to wait another 30 years to be social and cultural changes within the Egyptian socidade? Will the new technologies will have a primary key role - in particular, social networks, which allow to overcome the censorship? Let's hope for a positive outcome.

Aliaa Magda Elmahdy _A nudity as a form of expression against violence

Take off your clothes and look in the mirror, burn the bodies who disdain and detach themselves from their complex sex forever, before I launch accusations of racism and deny me the freedom of expression." These were the words of Egyptian Alia Magda Elmahdy after displaying her nakedness in various photos posted on his blog:. Http://arebelsdiary.blogspot.com. Alia sees this attitude as "a cry against the society of violence, racism, sexism, sexual harassment and hypocrisy." This is the protest of a young student who will add to the protests against the high rates of poverty, unemployment and human rights violations by the dictatorship of Mubarak 30 years, do not know how the post-Mubarak Egypt and a culture "macho" will respond to protests in the days of Twitter and Facebook. Do women have to wait another 30 years to be social and cultural changes within the Egyptian socidade? Will the new technologies will have a primary key role - in particular, social networks, which allow to overcome the censorship? Let's hope for a positive outcome.

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