Activists of the “Manif pour tous” took advantage of the “symbol” of International Women’s Rights Day to organize a “happening” in front of the National Assembly on Sunday. A hundred young girls have pushed shopping carts filled with plastic babies there.
A hundred activists of the “Manif pour tous”, opposed to the opening of the PMA to all women and to the GPA gathered Sunday before the National Assembly in Paris for a “happening”, on the occasion of International Women’s Rights Day.
Shopping carts filled with plastic babies
“Women are neither for sale nor for rent, not for an hour, not for nine months,” launched one of the leaders of the movement “La Manif pour Tous”, Ludovine de la Rochère. A column of a hundred young girls, dressed in black with cockade and Phrygian cap of Marianne, pushed caddies filled with plastic babies and counterfeit banknotes to the rhythm, noted an AFP journalist. “Stop the business of procreation”, could be read on these posts.