Gusthefuss wrote:I went to the Slut walk in Vancouver BC today. I got the message they were trying to convey. Women are upset that the courts are wrongly shifting the blame from the rapist onto the raped if the woman has dressed in sexy clothes. Its like saying that the robber had the right to rob the bank seeing as it was full of money. No one is trying to gain control of the term slut. The freedoms of dressing how you wish doesnt mean your asking to be raped. No means no. A short skirt wearing woman did not deserve to be raped. The man who raped her is the loser criminal and he deserves the shame.
I love and respect the slut. Keep on, slutten on!
Gusthefuss wrote:Ya I agree that having a authentique "Slutwalk" on the playa doesn't fit burning man at all. How about a "Srutwalk"? All the Asian school girls (in uniform of course) have a march to show their opposition to having their pubic hair blurred out in Japanese porn!!! I would support that!
That's nice.. I still can't see why this has anything to do with Burning Man.
Ya I agree that having a authentique "Slutwalk" on the playa doesn't fit burning man at all.
Savannah wrote:However . . . it might have different meaning for others, and I am in 100% percent support of people doing it if it has positive meaning for them.
slut walk is synoymous with Burning Man
Slutwalk would be preaching to the chior
If your so hungry for a "slutwalk" come by the camp
for a 20 i'll throw in a 72 year old lap "dunce"
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