French magazine Madame Figaro that is an addition to Saturday's influential newspaper Le Figaro included an activist of FEMEN Inna Shevchenko into the world top 20 iconic women of the year 2012. Inna Shevchenko took the piquant 13th place in the top 20 trailing by one position from Angela Merkel and the three steps ahead of the Queen of Britain.) The top 20 by Madame Figaro "the Women of 2012" is headed by Russian prisoner participant of punk band Pussy Riot-Nadezhda Tolokonnikova.
In Madame Figaro says:"they fought for their ideas, they were courageous and dedicated they were rewarded for their talents and activities. They are heads of State, media icons, they're the ones who made the year 2012. "
Inna Shevchenko, an activist of FEMEN, cuted down the catholic cross in support of a Pussy Riot, after political persecution in Ukraine was forced to flee to France, where she opened and led the training centre for sextremists of the international women's movement FEMEN.