"If you really want to know how not to get raped, don't dress like a slut".
Even typing that makes me shudder and makes my Canadian pride shrink a few notches. The fact is that less than 10 percent of rapes happen between strangers, 90 percent happen between old partners, within family, or to children. So, women's clothing has very little effect on their chances of being raped. It's not women's clothing we should be victimising or blaming... it's the rapists.
There were so many awesome slogans and OUTFITS at the Slutwalk, my mind was blown! Here's a few of my favorites:
(imagine these photos set to the chanting of: "Whatever we wear, wherever we go, yes means yes and no means no" and "Slut, Skank, Slag, or Ho, whatever you call me no means no!")
|Consent is sexy!|
|"Men of quality support women's equality"|
|Another gem of an outfit!|
|Coco the protesting dog... adorable|
|Couldn't help but creep on this nylon/animal print Doc Matin combo!|