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This blog is dedicated to women from Sri lanka and Ethiopia working as domestic workers in Beirut, Lebano
n. These women take upon themselves great voyages to foreign countries in the hope of a better future. Their courage and endurance is outstanding.

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23 mars 2008 7 23 /03 /mars /2008 20:22
Once again the Pute Pride took place in march. Meeting under red umbrellas on a rainy saturday afternoon in Pigalle. It's fun to march, not only do they have the best slogans of all, they are all dressed beautifully and the tourists and sunday strollers are more than dazzled.
Here the chants:

Ni coupables, Putepride_2007.jpg
ni victimes,
fières d'êtres putes


Plus de caresses,
moins de CRS,
des droits,
des droits,


de l'air,
de l'air,
ouvrez les frontières


combien je prends
le choix me reviens
mon corps est à moi


vous couchez avec nous
vous votez contre nous

pute, transe, drogué, immigré                       
solidarité des minorités                                     

voila la vérité
qui vous fait chier
non seulement on baise
après on se fait payer

on n'est pas que belles
on est rebelles
de salauds

 les clients avec nous!!!!

les putes

les panthères roses

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