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A Face of Feminism: Lilian Anneloes

The beach is almost right behind Lilian’s house, so in summer she grabs her longboard and rides down in her bikini every day. Today is just like any of those days, except for dark clouds appearing, moving slowly to veil the low afternoon sun. It’s already dinnertime, and most people are leaving the beach. But Lilian and her friends do not really have anywhere else to go, or much else to do. Her eyes glide down from the sky. Two guys on a Vespa drive up to them. Her friend admits she fancies one of the guys and, giggling, the girls join them – oblivious of what lies ahead.

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