Point of 2014 procession was not to offend religious sensibilities but to defend rights, judge says

A judge in Seville has thrown out charges of “crimes against religious sentiment” against three women who carried a two-metre high latex effigy of a vagina in a May day parade.

The case dates back to 2014 when the accused carried the offending statue they dubbed the coño insumiso (“rebellious pussy”) in a parade organised by the general workers union in an apparent parody of the effigies of saints and the Virgin Mary carried on religious parades.

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