Photo of Femen protesting in London. Image via. God they cause a lot of trouble, don't they? First they go and get themselves banned from Instagram but only the female ones because they are more sexual and lewd, obviously , sparking an entire movement called " freethenipple". You can't have failed to notice that for the last few months they've been popping out all over the place in the name of social activism, too. A couple of days ago, the Mirror ran a story about Heather Varley, a year-old British student who travelled to Spain to protest against animal cruelty during the Pamplona bull run, an event where loads of people run away from six ferocious bulls, the bulls trample on some of them, and then the bulls get punctured to death.
Topless women in RED HOT naked protest against bull fighting
Running With The Bulls And Topless Women – Steel White Table
In Pamplona, Spain, the famous San Fermin festival is kicking off today. In case you're unfamiliar, it's a week-long summer celebration best known for its famous "running of the bulls" event, in which a group of brave men and women attempt to outrun a small group of steers charging through the city's streets. However, because of the tangled and controversial treatment of bulls throughout Spain's history, a different angry group took to Pamplona yesterday to express solidarity with their warm-blooded brothers in a particularly shocking way. The protest, which was organized by PETA UK and AnimaNaturalis, took a cadre of half-naked humans, covered them in red paint, adorned them with makeshift bull horns, and placed them in a public square. Today in Pamplona's main square, ahead of the running of the bulls, activists are taking a stand against bullfighting.
Nude protest against Pamplona running of the bulls
People — and by that I mean idiots — try to run ahead of a stampede of bulls in the narrow streets. The bulls have killed 15 idiots since I think you can appreciate the valuable service the bulls are performing. I ran with a pack of dogs once, taking them out for exercise for the SPCA.
Wearing little more than fake bull horns and black underwear with the words "Stop Bullfights" painted on her body, Grace McKeown from Dundalk joined protesters in the centre of Pamplona. The chanting protesters simultaneously broke "banderillas" containing red powdered paint above their heads, covering themselves and filling the air around them with "blood". It has become internationally known for the Running of the Bulls, where the bulls are lead through the streets of the old quarter as far as the bull ring by runners.