In 1969, a number of young feminists founded the action group Dolle Mina (Mad Mina). The group became renowned by their spectacular actions: they wrapped pink ribbons around urinals to promote public toilets for women, they whistled after men, and they stormed the Nijenrode University (which was only open to men at the time).
One of their most important slogans was ‘abortus vrij’ (legalize abortion). Women demanded to have the power of deciding over their own bodies and worked for the removal of abortion from the criminal code. Their slogan ‘Baas in Eigen Buik’ (My belly is my own) became winged words that are used even today. They made this poster for a demonstration in Utrecht on the 19th of February 1972.
Source:Collection Dolle Mina nr. 80