Tag: New Year's Eve

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11 January 2022
Sexual assault on New Year's Eve in Milan: wrong to keep silent about the origins of the attackers
Overlooking the fact that they were young North Africans prevents a clear reading of what happened. And it exercises the correctness of reception in the skin of women. The parallel with the events in Cologne in 2016 and the opinion of German feminist Alice Schwartzer
A few days ago, five girls on the train returning from Gardaland were sexually and verbally assaulted by a pack of at least thirty young men of North African origin (the story here). A dynamic very similar to the events of New Year's Eve 2021 in Milan (and New Year's Eve 2016 in Cologne). The things to be said are always the same, and we repeat them for you. It is no longer possible, out of correctness, to pretend that the problem does not exist. Women are not [...]
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