In "badass women" news, a group of topless women took to the streets in Peru to protest outside of the Congress.
The women banned together against a recent modification to the penal code, which forces women who have had an abortion to complete community service.
Most of the topless women chose this display of activism to demand bodily autonomy and ownership of one's body. They protested with the name "Keiko" painted on their chests, a reference to Keiko Fujimori, a current Peruvian presidential candidate who is vocally an advocate of the modification.
Watch the protest that took place in Lima, Peru below. For mature audiences only.