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COLOMBIAN WOMEN REFUSAL TO HAVE SEXS END THIS WEEK?

BOGOTA, Colombia - At least 300 Colombian women began the strike on June 22, refusing to have sex with their partners until the government agreed to pave the first half of a 163-year-old horse trail to the town in the southern department of Narino.
However, the women of Barbacoas, Colombia have ended a three-month, 19-day "crossed legs" strike of sexual abstinence aimed at getting a road to their isolated town paved, after officials pledged to invest in the project.
  • "That night we devoted to our husbands. The desire was great and we took advantage of it," Luz Marina Castillo, the leader of the protest, told Bogota newspaper El Tiempo in comments published on Sunday after the strike was lifted.
  • Transport Minister German Cardona has pledged to invest an estimated $21 million to pave the first 27 kilometres (17 miles) of the 57-kilometre road, adding that studies were under way on the cost and design of the second half of the route.
The women were encouraged to go on strike by two Narino judges, Maribel Silva and Diego Enriquez, after they complained about the men's passivity in the face of the problem.
"The men's first reaction was laughter, because they found the way we were protesting very curious," Silva said.
Source: Agency
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