Notícia da Agência Reuters:
The ‘crossed legs’ strike
Wives of Colombia gang members call sex strike against crime
BOGOTA, Colombia - They are calling it the “crossed legs” strike.
Fretting over crime and violence, girlfriends and wives of gang members in the Colombian city of Pereira have called a ban on sex to persuade their menfolk to give up the gun.
After meeting with the mayor’s office to discuss a disarmament program, a group of women decided to deny their partners their conjugal rights and recorded a song for local radio to urge others to follow their example.
“We met with the wives and girlfriends of gang members and they were worried some were not handing over their guns and that is where they came up with the idea of a vigil or a sex strike,” mayor’s office representative Julio Cesar Gomez said.
“The message they are giving them is disarm or if not then they will decide how, when, where and at what time,” he told Reuters by telephone.
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