Feminists Paper Paris With Stark Posters Decrying Domestic Abuse

PARIS — On a recent mild night, a squad of four young women wandered through a peaceful neighborhood in eastern Paris, armed with a bucket of glue, a paintbrush and backpacks loaded with posters.

They were looking for surfaces to paper with a stark message.

“There, it’s not bad, is it?” said Astrid Tenon, wearing all black, as she pointed to a 20-foot long wall, just east of the Marais neighborhood. Her comrade in arms, Chloé Madesta, holding a bucket, nodded.

A well-choreographed…

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