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In English, in French, in Italian In the former Yugoslavia, there used to be a joke about how to tell the difference between a Serbian and a Croatian girl. If you tell Croatian girl she is pretty, she smiles. If … Continue reading
In every country in every town in every village there is a church: Right now I am in Sveta Petka Divcibare Serbia: FREE PUSSY RIOT! Women Join Me Free Pussy Riot from Jasmina Tesanovic on Vimeo.
I used to say, “This will not be my war anyway” to my daughter, to my young colleagues, and friends feminists or not: to girls. We fought in the seventies eighties nineties for freedom of choice, for divorce, for contraception, … Continue reading