A Feminist View of Cologne 'The Current Outrage Is Very Hypocritical'

Germany's leading feminist, Alice Schwarzer, says the sexual attacks in Cologne make it necessary to look closer at Muslim immigration. Prominent feminist Anne Wizorek disagrees. SPIEGEL brought them together for a joint interview.
German feminists Alice Schwarzer and Anne Wizorek square off on the recent violence against women in Cologne.

German feminists Alice Schwarzer and Anne Wizorek square off on the recent violence against women in Cologne.

Foto: Monika Keiler/ DER SPIEGEL
Protesters stand in front of the Cologne central station, where sexual attacks were perpetrated on a broad scale on New Year's Eve. The sign reads, "No means no! That's our law. Stay away from our bodies!"

Protesters stand in front of the Cologne central station, where sexual attacks were perpetrated on a broad scale on New Year's Eve. The sign reads, "No means no! That's our law. Stay away from our bodies!"

Foto: Oliver Berg/ dpa