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Tunisia: Spoiling the Revolution

Jolanare is weary of where the Tunisian revolution is heading to in terms of women's rights [fr]. She writes:  “A young man verbally attacked me because I was wearing red lipstick. He shouted at me : “these are the so-called women of the democracy.”  I replied that it is thanks to the democracy he makes fun of that he can open his big mouth.”

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