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I hear Twitter wants us to watch our language or some such fuckery.
📷 @remythequill
Mona Eltahawy Would Like You to Fuck Right Off With Your Civility Politics…
This episode of #Australian TV show Q&A was banned from rebroadcast for reasons including I said “fuck” 10 times & asked “How many rapists must we kill before men stop raping women?”

Fuck civility.

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This is where my ideas go to grow. Since my return from South Africa - conclusion of the Feminist Giant World Tour - those notebooks have been whispering “We are waiting for you.” As I rested after 3-month tour, I knew that pile was home to all that I saw & experienced. With time
It has been such a privilege and gift to speak at all the places I’ve been to since September. So many incredible people along the way and rich, wonderful ideas that I brought home. Time to process them.
Earlier this year, I went on a 5-city tour of #Spain for @Capitan_Swing’s Spanish edition of my first book Headscarves and Hymens: Why the Middle East Needs a Sexual Revolution. I went to Córdoba on my 2 days off in the middle of that tour. And I’m still filling the notebooks.
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Who wants an Around the World With Mona in Sequins* thread?

*As she leads chants of Fuck the Patriarchy
#Soweto Theatre at @Abantu_ Dec 2019 #Sequins
#Chicago at @wcfbook and @ChicagoCouncil (video soon) Nov 2019 #Sequins
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Being in #Soweto at @abantubookfest_ with fellow #African authors and readers was the perfect way to bring this year and this decade to a radical and revolutionary crescendo! #abantubookfest
I have returned home from @Abantu_ with my heart full of radical, revolutionary love and my mind bubbling with ideas #abantubookfest
And always @Abantu_: “A womxn’s place is in the revolution,” Assata Shakur #abantubookfest
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Speaking at @Abantu_ in South Africa was last leg in 2019 of #FeministGiant World Tour. It was a privilege & thrill to start it in #Sarajevo with #Bosnia’s first Pride and end it in #Soweto with #AbantuBookFest. Revolution in Sarajevo to revolution in Soweto. It’s been an honour!
Along the way,speaking at Pitchwise in #Sarajevo, @strandbookstore in #NYC, @RMWAdam in #Amsterdam, @McrLitFest in #Manchester, @akefestival in #Lagos, @wcfbook in #Chicago, also in #Brooklyn, #Ottawa, #Sydney, #Melbourne & turning #Australia upside down via TV. It’s been a ride!
So many incredible audiences & new friends along the way. Many thanks to all who came to hear me speak. Many thanks for the love and the gifts. So many powerful experiences. I’ve returned home full. Time now to reflect and then write about these three months. #FeministGiant
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Been mostly offline and being present in the radical and revolutionary space that is @Abantu_. Such an honour to have been invited, to give they keynote, and to be with such incredible authors and incredible audience of readers. Love and solidarity@thando_mgqo and team. More soon
As an Egyptian African, I am so grateful for @akefestival in #Lagos and @Abantu_ in #Soweto. @lolashoneyin thank you! @thando_mgqo thank you! You have created spaces of such creative power for us Africans. You are revolutionaries ❤️✊🏽💜
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Fuck the patriarchy in #Soweto at @Abantu_ #abantubookfestival
Fuck the patriarchy in #Melbourne at #broadside2019 @wheelercentre
Fuck the patriarchy at @akefestival in #Lagos #AkeFest
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Relieved I was able to fly on Tuesday to be with my brother and his family for the holiday. This weather! Parents and sister and her husband drive to be with us tonight. It’s been a while and I’m grateful for this family reunion.
And after this short break with my family, I will see you next week #Soweto for @Abantu_! I am so excited! #abantubookfest
Since September, #FeministGiant World Tour has taken all over and I am grateful to all who came to see me speak and all who have bought The Seven Necessary Sins For Women and Girls as well as Headscarves and Hymens: Why the Middle East Needs a Sexual Revolution. More dates 2020!
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Ethiopian Embassy in #SouthAfrica issued statement asking Ethiopians to be cautious as violence targeting foreigners in #Soweto province & environs enters 2nd day. The emb. said shops & businesses owned by Ethiopians were targeted. Embassy emergency NOs: 0123462110 & 0123462947
#SouthAfrica violence targets Soweto's foreign-owned shops… "Three people have been killed in South Africa during violence on Wednesday targeting foreign-owned businesses in Soweto, police say."
Update: #Ethiopia's MoFA said one Ethiopian was killed in #Soweto & one was injured & is recovering in hospital. It said the embassy was working with the gov of #SouthAfrica to protect Ethiopians from the violence, & cautioned Ethiopians to take extra care to protect themselves
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