“Since October 22nd, hundreds of thousands across Poland have been protesting—in five hundred and eighty cities and towns, by one organizer’s count. In some places, including the town of Kościerzyna, population twenty-four thousand, more than ten per cent of residents have taken to the streets. The umbrella term for the protests is ‘Women’s Strike,’ though it’s not just women participating, and it’s not exactly a strike.” Masha Gessen in The New Yorker: The Abortion Protests in Poland Are Starting to Feel Like a Revolution.