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VIRAL : Feminist group strips naked and forms a pile of bodies outside Argentine president's palace to protest violence against women .



A group of feminists stripped naked and performed a screaming protest outside the Argentinian president's palace. 
The women were speaking out in protest of violence against women in Argentina and more than 100 demonstrators gathered to march in front of the President's residence Casa Rosada in the capital Buenos Aires.
The women performing the Femicide is Genocide protest stood in a group and undressed in front of onlookers before screaming angrily en masse.
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Women stand naked in front of a banner that reads, 'Femicidio es Genacidio', which translates to femicide is genocide 
    Women stand naked in front of a banner that reads, 'Femicidio es Genacidio', which translates to femicide is genocide 
    A woman screams angrily as part of the protest against women being made victims of violence
      A woman screams angrily as part of the protest against women being made victims of violence
      Stern-faced feminists stand defiant outside the President's residence Casa Rosada in the capital Buenos Aires
        Stern-faced feminists stand defiant outside the President's residence Casa Rosada in the capital Buenos Aires
        Women leave their clothes on the floor and form a pile of bodies to represent those killed
          Women leave their clothes on the floor and form a pile of bodies to represent those killed
          Screaming feminists from the Artistic Force of Communicative Shock (FACC) in the street
            Screaming feminists from the Artistic Force of Communicative Shock (FACC) in the street

            They were members of the Artistic Force of Communicative Shock (FACC) performing a dramatisation as a prelude to the next march of the feminist collective NiUnaMenos (Not One Fewer) to be held on Saturday, June 3 in Argentina.
            In all, 120 women undressed completely in the Plaza de Mayo and in front of the Palace of Courts.
            The group used the attention-grabbing tactic to demand greater protection for the victims of gender-based violence, which is on the rise in Argentina.
            According to official figures, so far this year a woman has been unlawfully killed on average once every 25 hours in Argentina.



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