Mouvement de libération des femmes

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The Mouvement de libération des femmes (MLF, transl. Women's Liberation Movement) is a French autonomous, non-mixed feminist movement that advocates women's bodily autonomy and challenges patriarchal society. It was founded in 1970, in the wake of the American Women's Lib movement and the events of May 1968.[1][2] The movement challenges traditional forms of militancy: it operates through general assemblies, small decentralized groups and has a repertoire of extra-parliamentary actions such as the organization of events, the creation and signing of petitions, the holding of public meetings, etc.

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  1. ^ Sinard, Alisonne (2017-01-20). "La naissance du MLF: "Il y a encore plus inconnu que le soldat inconnu, sa femme"". France Culture (in French). Retrieved 2018-06-02.
  2. ^ Picq, Françoise (7 October 2008). "MLF: 1970, année zéro". Libération (in French). Retrieved 2018-06-02.