Undaunted, feminists in 1980s India reach the present | Movie theater

In a square full of women, a man asks if Lakshmabai Kamble is present. She answers. He says a court notice has arrived. “It is because of your strike.” She shoots, with a fierce look that seconds later gives way to a mischievous smile, sweetened with triumph: “We are going to wipe our children’s asses with this paper.”

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