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BRAZIL/
RTR3ER2M
March 08, 2013
Flamethrowers perform during a demonstration to commemorate International Women's Day in Sao Paulo March...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Flamethrowers perform during a demonstration to commemorate International Women's Day in Sao Paulo
Flamethrowers perform during a demonstration to commemorate International Women's Day in Sao Paulo March 8, 2013. The women's T-shirts read, "Women warn: the male chauvinism is a drug and cause impotence". REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
BRAZIL/
RTR3EQYW
March 08, 2013
A woman, with her neck painted like a open mouth, is seen next to a sign during a demonstration to commemorate...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A woman, with her neck painted like a open mouth, is seen next to a sign during a demonstration on International...
A woman, with her neck painted like a open mouth, is seen next to a sign during a demonstration to commemorate International Women's Day in Sao Paulo March 8, 2013. The sign reads, "Down the male chauvinism". REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: CIVIL UNREST)
BRAZIL/
RTR2NASV
June 04, 2011
A woman takes part in the "Marcha das Vagabundas" (Slutwalk) protest in Sao Paulo Jun 4, 2011. The demonstrators...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Woman takes part in the "Marcha das Vagabundas" (Slutwalk) protest in Sao Paulo
A woman takes part in the "Marcha das Vagabundas" (Slutwalk) protest in Sao Paulo Jun 4, 2011. The demonstrators are protesting sexism, rape and sexual crimes following similar recent demonstrations in Canada where a Toronto policeman was quoted saying "women should avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimized". The banner reads "The male chauvinism kills". REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
GERMANY-OPEL/DEALER
RTXC2IP
February 25, 2009
Car dealer Heidi Hetzer poses for a portrait in an Opel branch in Berlin February 25, 2009. Opel dealer...
Berlin, Germany
To accompany feature GERMANY-OPEL/DEALER
Car dealer Heidi Hetzer poses for a portrait in an Opel branch in Berlin February 25, 2009. Opel dealer Hetzer, 71, has fought against male chauvinism as a female car mechanic and triumphed in dozens of motor rallyes, but the Berliner says she is driving her toughest race now -- against the car crisis. The resolute blonde, who has been running one of the capital's biggest car dealerships for 40 years, says she
suffered large losses in 2008 and will have to lay off a third of her 120 staff by the end of this year. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE GERMANY-OPEL/DEALER
REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY)
GERMANY-OPEL/DEALER
RTXC2IO
February 25, 2009
Car dealer Heidi Hetzer poses for a portrait in an Opel branch in Berlin February 25, 2009. Opel dealer...
Berlin, Germany
To accompany feature GERMANY-OPEL/DEALER
Car dealer Heidi Hetzer poses for a portrait in an Opel branch in Berlin February 25, 2009. Opel dealer Hetzer, 71, has fought against male chauvinism as a female car mechanic and triumphed in dozens of motor rallyes, but the Berliner says she is driving her toughest race now -- against the car crisis. The resolute blonde, who has been running one of the capital's biggest car dealerships for 40 years, says she
suffered large losses in 2008 and will have to lay off a third of her 120 staff by the end of this year. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE GERMANY-OPEL/DEALER
REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY)
GERMANY-OPEL/DEALER
RTXC2IM
February 25, 2009
Car dealer Heidi Hetzer poses for a portrait in an Opel branch in Berlin February 25, 2009. Opel dealer...
Berlin, Germany
To accompany feature GERMANY-OPEL/DEALER
Car dealer Heidi Hetzer poses for a portrait in an Opel branch in Berlin February 25, 2009. Opel dealer Hetzer, 71, has fought against male chauvinism as a female car mechanic and triumphed in dozens of motor rallyes, but the Berliner says she is driving her toughest race now -- against the car crisis. The resolute blonde, who has been running one of the capital's biggest car dealerships for 40 years, says she
suffered large losses in 2008 and will have to lay off a third of her 120 staff by the end of this year. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE GERMANY-OPEL/DEALER
REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY)
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