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Guest Esquilax

Yes, that's true

I think the point is is that even if a chick does dress like a slut that's no grounds for rape to be deemed more acceptable

Like why is a woman in a short skirt and tube top getting the sh*t raped out of her any more acceptable than a bird in a coat and jeans getting it?

Just highlighting that

Basically this march is about victim blaming. Dumb talksport types say sh*t like "if they weren't wearing them clothes then they wouldn't have been raped"

etc etc

Yeah basically

You'd be surprised how many people think like that

Probably some on 'ere

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Guest Klitschko

I don't watch Question time.

And these women shouldn't dress like sluts. They should get one f those riot-tanks to hit them with the water cannon.

And not to make it a wet t-shirt affair.

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:lol:

such an easy opportunity to stupid f*ck*ng prick the facebook event page

but they wont have a bar it will be removed straight away

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Guest Fat Eric

I thread called slutwalk and not one pic of said sluts being presented...

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katieprice3.jpg

she is probably their spiritual leader

shud have put this in the OP

please accept my most sincere apologies

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safe didn't even think about that

Neither did Klitschko, he just heard it on Question Time.

why so hostile bro?

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didn't this all happen like a month ago?

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can imagine a reporter approaching them as they march

Reporter: "Ladies, what inspired this march, racism, child abuse, child poverty, starvation?"

Random Whore: ". . . . Err, we think it's wrong to be called a slut if we dress a certain way, so we dressed a certain way and called our march SLUTWALK :)"

Reporter: "There we have it. Back to you in the studio Tim"

Lmao

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Don't agree with the immature parading, but the sentiment is right, it's just bringing to light the fact that peoples attitudes towards rape are a bit off, like blaming the woman for dressing scantily

agree

it makes sense

basically

just because we want to dress provocatively, doesn't mean you can rape us

so thoughts ALA Ken Clarke can be brought to shame

The reason it is provocatively named slut walk makes sense for 2 reasons specifically :

1. The protest was named ''Slut walk'' because a Toronto police officer was quoted saying that women should avoid dressing like "sluts" to avoid being raped or victimized.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SlutWalk

2. The term Slut walk is provocative, and they dress provocatively in protest. This is what they are defending, the right to dress provocatively without being raped.

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3. Girls who wear Hijab also suffer from rape, which may or may not have anything to do with their clothing. So naturally they will take part in this protest. United against rape. I'm a slut against rape. DUUUUUUUUUH!

strong post

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in terms of the "rape is rape" argument

does that mean rapists who use violence will get a seperate charge for the violence

because if not, You can't argue that all rapes are an even crime

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they really were bored

the guy is in f*ckin Canada ffs, he dont care about you

they were ready to match for any slight thing

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