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  • Katharine Azar

    There is a similar movement in Togo and other places. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-19389625 While I love that women are playing a role (half the sky..) I'm not sure this is there most powerful move. I also worry about the possibility of rape. My sister lives in Kenya where this is disturbingly too common. I'd love to know if anyone feels like this has been successful.

  • sv0614

    It's nothing new; The Greeks did it in Lysistrata. More recently, however, women ended the civil war in Liberia the same way. However, it does seem to be effective in many instances. Perhaps it should start with the governmental leaders and the generals; might bring things to a, er, head even sooner.