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Published on Sep 1, 2011
All is fair in love and war, and in Colombia women have been on a sex strike. The movement has been dubbed the "crossed legs strike," and the reason for the strike is to have the roads in their community paved. The women say there is no reason to bring children into this world if the access to food is going to be complicated. Caroline May, a reporter for The Daily Caller, tells us why these women have taken these extreme measures.