Hebrew translation: A Jewess who exposes her belly is a disgrace to the Jewish people
Subtitle: Be a modest woman, not a beast
A pashkvil (Hebrew: פשקוויל pl. pashkvilim פשקווילים) is a broadside or poster that has been situated on a public wall or location in an Orthodox Jewish community, and most commonly within Hareidi enclaves. Pashkvilim are usually distributed anonymously; however, many are posted with rabbinic endorsements or the name of an activist group appended to the bottom.
Pashkevilim–Wall Posters and the Polemics Among the Ultra Orthodox - p. 162