It begins with a group of women, usually blindfolded, and an electronic beat. There is a side-to-side shuffle, chanting and squats. Naturally, video of the catchy dance and song is all over the internet — tweeted by none other than Rep.
Brave activists branded signs and lit candles to mark the occasion - with some even stripping off to protest sexual violence against women they believe is being carried out by the state. Femicide and violence against women is a growing problem across the country with research carried out in revealing that 50 per cent of married women had suffered spousal abuse and is now being challenged by the population. Despite Chile having the lowest rate of homicides in South America, women in the country are far more likely to suffer a gruesome and violent death - usually at the hands of their lovers, boyfriends or male family members. Many activists believe that a culture of shelving horrific domestic crimes against women as "personal issues," or "crimes of passion" is fuelling the issue.
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