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Raelian Women March Topless Against 'Myth Of God'

Raelian Women Will Commemorate Women's Day By Marching With Their Breasts Exposed To Protest Against The Repressive Myth Of God

On the up-coming international woman's day weekend, during this 2004 international year of atheism, Raelian women around the world will protest against the myth of God responsible for centuries of repression inflicted upon women. In the US, Women will march with their breasts partially exposed to symbolically reclaim their sensuality, stolen by puritan, guilt filled dogma crippling American women and men today. Indeed, in monotheistic religions, man continues to lawfully persecute women to various degrees whether in Afghanistan (riot over the public sight of a woman's face), in America (riot over the public sight of a woman's breast) or in Western Europe (riot over the public sight of a woman's genitals). In all cases, the culprit is the almighty (male) god!

Women can put an end to this madness by becoming atheists, by finally refusing this unfounded guilt for being a woman. During the march, women will be invited to apostatize from their religion which blatantly condemns them for such "deadly sin" as using contraceptives, divorcing, being a lesbian, having sex out of wedlock, being pregnant with a cloned baby...etc.

A woman's inherent sensuality and femininity are as crucial to her personal well being as they are to society as a whole because they are the very antidotes to war invariably waged by men. Most countries are governed by destructive male ego power paired with an almighty man made god and represent a great threat to our planet. Fortunately, women represent 55% of the world's population and are steadily freeing themselves from the shackles of repressive, primitive, mystical beliefs. In the light of science, of their sensuality, of their femininity, they will soon be able to use the democratic process to rule and to insure our planet's future because they instinctively know that femininity will save humanity.

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