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Protest by poledancing in subways

Protest by poledancing in subways

Monserrat Morilles sure shook up Chile. She brought a whole new brand of street performance to the city's commuter trains. Her act: strip to a bikini and poledance in the middle of rush hour. Morilles, 26, was protesting the 'prudishness' of Chilean society.

Her performances are grainy, but the reactions of the surrounding commuters rival most hidden-camera prank footage. And all in the name of liberty.

Monserrat Morilles sure shook up Chile. She brought a whole new brand of street performance to the city's commuter trains. Her act: strip to a bikini and poledance in the middle of rush hour. Morilles, 26, was protesting the 'prudishness' of Chilean society.

Her performances are grainy, but the reactions of the surrounding commuters rival most hidden-camera prank footage. And all in the name of liberty.

Empowered by this woman's courage? We were. While the anti-prude protests landed Morilles in jail, you can execute a less illegal protest. Howcast has the handbook for launching the perfect non-violent protest.

Step 9 calls protesters to be daring. Note, daring does not necessitate nudity. Your political statement should streaking.

Be an effective political dissident & protest

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that's some extreme improv everywhere stuff--- imagine 100s of them on a train!!

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