Rebtel opens dialogue about feminism with body painted flash event

International calling app company Rebtel said it planned a flash event featuring nude dancers that left Times Square roaring.

Much positive coverage of the flash event surfaced showing tourists and families excitedly jumping in for photos with the body painted dancers who took over Times Square, and on the flip side of the coin a few showing disdain, which allowed Rebtel to successfully open a dialogue as intended.

Rebtel released a strong statement responding to critics via their website today found here www.rebtel.com/timessquaredance. The statement also accompanies a glimpse into the view points of the bold female dancers that participated. The event was conceptualized by a forward thinking team made up entirely of women working with Rebtel to enhance female empowerment through art, a movement that Rebtel strongly believes in.

From its beginnings, Rebtel has remained true to its vision of providing user friendly, cheap, and high quality communication to immigrant communities across the globe. Rebtel was founded in 2006 and is a profitable company with a turnover of USD95 million in 2014. Rebtel is headquartered in Stockholm with team members across the globe.