Not a ton of tit to be had here (doesn’t that sound nice? a TON of TIT!) but it’s good “news” nonetheless! Sluts errrr… ladies, in Toronto are mar NO WAIT! I do mean SLUTS! they’re marching for the right to freely and openly be called sluts, but without discrimination for what that means. Hey, I’m all for a changing world!

  • trlala

    You do realize that they are marching against blaming the victim for rape, right?

  • admin

    they’re marching for lots of things.

  • Sureban

    “For the right to be called sluts” Are you retarded??!?

  • Maverick

    He’s crude, but he’s not entirely wrong.

    While part of the protest is against blaming victims for rape, the other part of the protest is that women should be free to roam about dressed any way they choose, without the notion of ‘asking for it.”

    It’s not a singular message of protesting rape, but rather, a general tone of sex-positive feminism. At least part of their protest stands up for women dressing like sluts, but wanting to be free from the negative stigma.

  • Maverick

    Part of the protest is against blaming victims for rape, but the march/movement is supposed to be for a wider range of issues, including the tenets of “sex-positive feminism.”

    The whole reason why they wear slutty outfits is because another part of the protest is that women should be free to roam about dressed any way they choose, without the notion of “asking for it” or facing negative stigma for it.

    SlutWalk is not a singular message of protesting rape (and it’s not even a singular march–there are several SlutWalk events). Rather, it’s a general tone of sex-positive feminism.