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17 December 2000: Russell Higgs @ Downing Street

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Published on Aug 12, 2009

"To be offended by the visual appearance of another person is prejudice, akin to racism. The right to exist, uncovered, should hold precedence over the right not to view this, for the objection is irrational." said Terri Webb.

In this video: Russell Higgs, wearing a transparent plastic mini-skirt and a rucksack filled with books, handcuffed to the gates of Downing Street, London, at the start of a prolonged period without clothes.

Back Story: http://www.guardian.co.uk/theguardian...

and further details about the people, events and ideas involved in this protest can be found in a 2003 text over at indymedia:

http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2003/0...

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