A group of Colombian women have gone on a ‘sex strike’ in protest of the crumbling road leading out of the area – and it appears to be working.Women in the remote Colombian town of Barbacoas first formed the “crossed legs” movement two years ago.
Frampton finally arrived in La Paz four days after he set out.
The first thing that went wrong was that the e-ticket Milani sent Frampton for the Toronto-Santiago leg of his journey turned out to be invalid, leaving him stranded in the Toronto airport for a full day.
At the time, strike leader Ruby Quinonez said: “Why bring children into this world when they can just die without medical attention and we can't even offer them the most basic rights?
We decided to stop having sex and stop having children until the state fulfils its previous promises.”After three months of abstinence, the Government pledged funds to re-pave the road, but this did not materialise.
“People in bigger cities have more options and tend to be pickier,” explained Josh Fischer, who led the study.