Marge Simpson chops hair off in Milan mural in solidarity with women's protests across Iran

6/10/2022 9:03:00 AM

An Italian artist has painted the mural in front of the Iranian Consulate in Milan to send a message of defiance and support for the 'courageous women' protesting against its government.

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Marge Simpson has been depicted cutting her iconic blue hair in solidarity with MahsaAmini and the ongoing protests in Iran. Italian artist aleXsandro Palombomural painted the street art in front of the Iranian Consulate in Milan. Read more here:

An Italian artist has painted the mural in front of the Iranian Consulate in Milan to send a message of defiance and support for the 'courageous women' protesting against its government.

/in a show of solidarity with women across IranItalian artist aleXsandro Palombo painted the street art in front of the Iranian Consulate in Milan, to "celebrate the courage" of the women protesting against the government.Credit:Women in Iran have swept the streets,

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Iranian schoolgirls take off hijabs as protests intensifyIn multiple videos posted on social media platforms, protesters can be seen chanting a cry that originated with Kurdish female fighters: 'Women. Life. Freedom'. 9News Wow.... Actually reporting on a real world event and talking truth... I am shocked!! Now do the worldwide protests!!

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Iranian schoolgirls take off hijabs as protests intensifyIn a brave show of defiance, women in Iran are removing their hijabs and protesting in the streets, as anti-government demonstrations intensify across the country. MORE: 9News In 42 countries of the world, inc Australia, women are harassed because their dress is not secular enough, and in 19 countries, women are harassed because their dress is not religious enough. For woman, Life and Freedom Ayatollah (dictators) has to go! Thanks to be their voice! مهسا_امینی MahsaAmini Conspiracy against Iranian regime

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I’m surprised SBS knows who Marge Simpson is. Isn’t that show a little lowbrow for their sensitive little audience.

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Why are French actresses cutting off locks of their own hair in social media videos?As Iran's 'Feminist Revolution' enters a third week of street protests against the authoritarian Islamist regime, renowned screen and movie stars from around the world have begun to cut their hair in solidarity. Virtue signalling? Attention seeking? Everyone else is doing it? Why do you have to ask rather than state the obvious? MahsaAmini For views, fame and relevance...

Iran arrests musician as anthem for protests goes viralThe lyrics to Baraye by Shervin Hajipour are taken from ordinary Iranians voicing their anger in the wake of Mahsa Amini’s death

An Italian artist has painted the mural in front of the Iranian Consulate in Milan to send a message of defiance and support for the"courageous women" protesting against its government.In multiple videos posted on social media platforms, protesters can be seen chanting a cry that originated with Kurdish female fighters: "Women.In multiple videos posted on social media platforms, protesters can be seen chanting a cry that originated with Kurdish female fighters: "Women.Anti-government protests in Iran have been going for more than half a month.

A mural created by the street artist AleXsandro Palombo shows cartoon TV character Marge Simpson in Milan cutting her iconic hair in solidarity with Mahsa Amini and the ongoing protests in Iran. Source: / EPA / Andrea Fasani A mural of cartoon TV sitcom character Marge Simpson chopping off her hair has been painted in Milan in a show of solidarity with women across Iran . Freedom". The mural, entitled The Cut, features a frowning Marge carrying scissors in her left hand and her iconic blue hair in her right hand. The videos have been posted online despite a , attempting to blackout coverage since large protests began to sweep the country. Italian artist aleXsandro Palombo painted the street art in front of the Iranian Consulate in Milan, to "celebrate the courage" of the women protesting against the government. READ MORE: Anti-government protests have engulfed Iran for weeks, and have spread to universities and high schools. Advertisement Marge Simpson carries a large lock of her blue hair on a mural in front of the Iranian Consulate in Milan. The rallies all have a much smaller source, however: they started with calls for justice for the death of Amini.

Credit: Alexsandro Palombo Protests have raged across the Islamic Republic since 16 September when Kurdish woman, Mahsa Amini, died in custody after being arrested by the country's morality police for allegedly not wearing her hijab - or headscarf - properly. after being detained by Iran's morality police. after being detained by Iran's morality police. Women in Iran have swept the streets, that has laws mandating the headscarf. READ MORE Burned in Iran, banned in France: Why women are fighting for choice on wearing the hijab Palombo said his artwork was also to "pay tribute to Mahsa Amini" whose death has left other acts of solidarity being displayed around the world. Protesters are calling for greater freedoms and an end to the repression that binds women within the Islamic Republic. Toys that depict characters from The Simpsons, including dolls of Marge, have been banned in Iran since 2012 in a crackdown against the promotion of Western culture for children. To evade the internet blackout, Iranians are using VPNs or the Tor network to get footage of the widespread protests seen by the outside world. A basketball stadium in Bologna, in Italy's west, also displayed a graphic of a woman cutting her hair on the screen featured on top of the court during a women's national basketball league match. Photos and videos of women removing their hijab in Iran's capital Tehran have been uploaded, along with clips of students tearing up pictures of Iran's Supreme Leader. Amini's family, though, have steadfastly rejected that argument, instead saying she was beaten by police.

Alongside the graphic had in red text, translated to read: "Freedom for Iranian women". Oscar-winning French actors Juliette Binoche and Marion Cotillard have also chopped off locks of their hair on social media to continue the momentum of support internationally. The protests have spread to universities and high schools. The protests have spread to universities and high schools. Share Published 6 October 2022 at 1:03pm By Rayane Tamer .