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SlutWalk is a transnational movement [1] of protest marches calling for an end to rape culture , including victim blaming and slut shaming of sexual assault victims. Subsequent rallies have occurred globally. The protest takes the form of a march, mainly by young women, where some dress as " sluts " in revealing, sexy attire such as short skirts, stockings and scanty tops.

In the various Slutwalks around the world, there are usually speaker meetings and workshops, live music, sign-making sessions, leafleting, open microphones, chanting, dances, martial arts, and receptions or after-parties with refreshments.

After an article that reported on the situation received international attention, [15] Sanguinetti apologized for the remark saying:. I made a comment which was poorly thought out and did not reflect the commitment of the Toronto Police Service to the victims of sexual assaults. Violent crimes such as sexual assaults can have a traumatizing effect on their victims My comment was hurtful in this respect.

I am embarrassed by the comment I made and it shall not be repeated. The apology was attached to an email distributed to the Osgoode community by law school dean Lorne Sossin who said they've been told the officer "is being disciplined and will be provided with further professional training.

We are tired of being oppressed by slut-shaming ; of being judged by our sexuality and feeling unsafe as a result. Being in charge of our sexual lives should not mean that we are opening ourselves to an expectation of violence, regardless if we participate in sex for pleasure or work. No one should equate enjoying sex with attracting sexual assault.

Barnett considered the apology was not enough, since the officer's stereotypical idea still exists in society. The comment that was made by Officer Sanguinetti comes from a place where sexual profiling and victim blaming is inherent and a large trait and we'd like that changed," Barnett said, [16] "It isn't about just one idea or one police officer who practices victim blaming, it's about changing the system and doing something constructive with anger and frustration.

Toronto Police spokeswoman Meaghan Gray said cautioning women on their state of dress is not part of any police training. Rosemary Gartner, a University of Toronto criminologist , said linking style of dress to sexual assault is "ridiculous.

Darshika Selvasivam, vice-president of the York Federation of Students , said she found the use of the word "extremely alarming. A university spokesperson also said the school was "surprised and shocked" by the comment, although it does have a good and collaborative relationship with police. Slutwalk organizer Sonya Barnett named the case of Justice Robert Dewar as one of the main reasons to create the movement, [19] and it became also the main cause of Slutwalk Winnipeg.

On February 18, [21] Justice Robert Dewar convicted Thompson resident Kenneth Rhodes, who worked for the city council, of sexual assault and sentenced him to two years house arrest.

Dewar described Rhodes as a "clumsy Don Juan " who had the mistaken belief "sex was in the air" and a "heightened expectation" sex would occur. Dewar said the victim and a friend were dressed in tube tops and high heels when they met Rhodes and another man outside a bar "and made it publicly known that they wanted to party. But after she rebuffed his further advances three times he raped her by the side of the road once they were alone.

Rhodes admitted telling the woman 'it would only hurt for a little while' during the assault. He pleaded not guilty at his trial saying he thought the woman had consented to sex. Dewar rejected his defence but said aspects of it could be considered in sentencing. Prosecutors had asked for a three-year sentence, but Dewar gave Rhodes a conditional or suspended sentence, and ordered him to write a letter of apology to his victim.

Politicians of all stripes joined student and feminist groups and those who work with sexual assault victims in decrying the comments. University of Winnipeg politics professor Shannon Sampert said this is the collateral damage that occurs when you have poorly trained judges in the system.

She said surveys repeatedly show one of the primary reasons women do not report being raped is because of a fear of being victimized again by the justice system. On February 25, nearly people gathered to call for Justice Robert Dewar's resignation. Although this was not a part of Slutwalk, the launch of Slutwalk Toronto on April 3 gave the case national diffusion within Canada. On November 9, Justice Dewar formally apologized.

According to the judicial council, Dewar said he wished to "express my unequivocal apology to the victim for the hurt she must have experienced from my comments. Some of the letters of complaint, from persons who have worked directly with past victims, have pointed out that some of my comments were also traumatic for them.

I very much regret that as well. According to the judicial council, Dewar has met with a " gender equality " expert and is "pursuing further professional development in this area as part of his commitment to become a better judge.

The Manitoba Court of Appeal later overturned Rhodes' conviction and ordered a new trial be set. The appeal court ruled Dewar did not properly assess the credibility of the accused and the alleged victim in reaching his verdict. Rhodes was sentenced to three years in prison in The first Slutwalk was organized in Toronto, Ontario, on April 3, Media also has to get behind this idea.

The day began with speeches before moving to the Toronto Police Headquarters. The invitation in Slutwalk Toronto website also warned: Singles, couples, parents, sisters, brothers, children, friends.

On May 25, , a new Slutwalk was organized in Toronto. There were fewer participants than the previous occurrence, although the presence of men was more noticeable.

Outfits ranged from sneakers and tank tops to bikinis to costumes. Some attendees went topless. A delegation from the Abbey of the Divine Wood, a Toronto mission of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence , manifested in their nuns habits and carried signs including one which read: At Queen's Park, several speakers took the stage—a multi purpose truck—and delivered speeches, some of them spontaneous testimonies. A few paid tribute to the memory of Toronto sex workers' rights activist Wendy Babcock , who took part in the first Slutwalk and died on August 9, , at the age of There were also multiple shows of support for Cece McDonald , a Minneapolis transgender woman facing a month prison sentence for stabbing and killing a man after being harassed and slashed across the face.

According to Rebecca Cheff, one of the organizer of the SlutWalk, "the goal is to walk towards the police station and speak to [the police officers] about victim blaming and to raise awareness as they're the frontline worker in sexual assault scenarios.

The phrase "still not asking for it" has become a rally cry behind many of these protests and has also been posterized on the bodies of men and women at these walks worldwide. Vanessa Oliver, a professor of Sociology and faculty organizer of the SlutWalk, stated, "We have had enough of this slut shaming idea [ Two protesters dressed in morphsuits participating in the protest also said, "As men we can also create awareness". All over the world, women are constantly made to feel like victims, told they should not look a certain way, should not go out at night, should not go into certain areas, should not get drunk, should not wear high heels or make-up, should not be alone with someone they don't know.

Not only does this divert attention away from the real cause of the crime — the perpetrator — but it creates a culture where rape is OK, where it's allowed to happen. In a feminist movement that is often fighting simply to hold ground, SlutWalks stand out as a reminder of feminism's more grass-roots past and point to what the future could look like.

It has been compared to the s movement Take Back the Night also known as Reclaim the Night , which promoted marches to raise awareness and protest against violence against women; although some tension between the two movements has been noted. As with SlutWalk, it asserted women's right to be on the street at night without it being considered an invitation to rape. To a lesser extent, it has been compared to activist groups like FEMEN , the Ukrainian women's group, [34] and Boobquake , [35] an atheistic and feminist response to Iran's Hojatoleslam Kazem Seddiqi who blamed women who dress immodestly for causing earthquakes.

Both integrate nudity and protest. Amber Rose is an American socialite famous for her outspokenness concerning feminism and her relationships with other celebrities, such as Kanye West. She notes on her website that she did not start the SlutWalk, though "she is bringing more awareness to this matter by educating the public. The SlutWalk holds many activities, including: The event was also named "The March for Consent" the event was held in Detroit's "Gayboorhood" due to the high violence rate against Transgender Women in the area.

The first SlutWalk in Melbourne took place on May 28, An estimated people rallied in front of the Victorian State Library and marched through Melbourne defending how women, men, and children should dress without fear of being sexually assaulted. The organizers advised to wear whatever they chose to convey one message: Or none of us are. It's a stupid, meaningless concept anyway. Pickering hosts Cherchez La Femme, talk show of current affairs and pop culture with a feminist flair. Natasha Smith specializes in queer rights and mental health organizations.

Clair is a retail sex toy and sexual health consultant. She has run fundraisers in Melbourne for women services. Bastow is a feminist author, music critic, and radio host. In an interview with Fairfax newspapers she said, "I've spent my entire life being judged for my appearance and sexuality. I'm sexual, I have sex, I enjoy sex. I'm not going to be ashamed. Feminist writer Dr Cannold started her speech with the greeting, "Hey you sluts".

Throughout her speech, Dr. Cannold described the origin and meaning of the word slut stemming from the Middle Ages and its effect in the twenty-first century. Those who throw it at us are trying to take us back to the Middle Ages.

A time where women were what men said they could be. A slut is used by some boys and some men and even some ecologist women to put women down. When those who use the word slut, what they mean is the same. The Swiss movement was created in August , by women from Geneva and Lausanne. Since then, the collective organised four marches and other events. Researchers Jessica Ringrose and Emma Renold interviewed members of a self-organized 'girl power' group in a school in Cardiff, Wales.

The aims of the group of Year 8 age 13 and above students had evolved to the delivery of personal social health and economic education PHSE lessons to younger students in the school. When asked about the 'SlutWalk', planned for Cardiff in a few weeks time, it led to "an uncomfortable silence, uneasy smiles and raised eyebrows from the two women teachers leading the group. On the day of the march 4 June , however, a number of the girls did turn up with their mothers and met up with their teachers.

The first march was held on 4 June , attended by approximately people. In all countries, Slutwalks were repeated annually at least once, although not always in the same cities. Some protests selected their dates to match significant events such as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women [67] [68] and the World Youth Day.

There were interactions noted between the organizers in different countries.

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In an interview with Fairfax newspapers she said, "I've spent my entire life being judged for my appearance and sexuality. I'm sexual, I have sex, I enjoy sex. I'm not going to be ashamed. Feminist writer Dr Cannold started her speech with the greeting, "Hey you sluts". Throughout her speech, Dr. Cannold described the origin and meaning of the word slut stemming from the Middle Ages and its effect in the twenty-first century.

Those who throw it at us are trying to take us back to the Middle Ages. A time where women were what men said they could be.

A slut is used by some boys and some men and even some ecologist women to put women down. When those who use the word slut, what they mean is the same. The Swiss movement was created in August , by women from Geneva and Lausanne.

Since then, the collective organised four marches and other events. Researchers Jessica Ringrose and Emma Renold interviewed members of a self-organized 'girl power' group in a school in Cardiff, Wales. The aims of the group of Year 8 age 13 and above students had evolved to the delivery of personal social health and economic education PHSE lessons to younger students in the school.

When asked about the 'SlutWalk', planned for Cardiff in a few weeks time, it led to "an uncomfortable silence, uneasy smiles and raised eyebrows from the two women teachers leading the group. On the day of the march 4 June , however, a number of the girls did turn up with their mothers and met up with their teachers.

The first march was held on 4 June , attended by approximately people. In all countries, Slutwalks were repeated annually at least once, although not always in the same cities. Some protests selected their dates to match significant events such as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women [67] [68] and the World Youth Day. There were interactions noted between the organizers in different countries. Organizers from Argentina had previously contacted their counterparts in Mexico and Venezuela through social networks, and artist Adriana Minolitti participated in Mexican Slutwalks before becoming an organizer herself at Buenos Aires.

They were, in turn, contacted by organizers in Bolivia and Uruguay to get assistance. Alert, the sluts are walking down Latin America! All protests shared the rejection of Sanguinetti's sayings, and some of them were also directed to local state authorities [77] [85] and Catholic church representatives [86] whose public comments reinforced gender stereotypes and violence against women. Costumes representing Catholic characters were also found across different countries, [69] [75] and many protests demanded a secular State and pointed at the Catholic church as the reason for women's rights to be held back.

Some protests evolved into permanent organizations, which kept working throughout the whole year to fight violence against women , [63] [88] and participated or organized events other than the typical Slutwalks to raise awareness on sexual assault. It was planned to be held on the 9th of July, but due to another important event called "Hope Bus to Hanjin Heavy Industries", Slutwalk Korea postponed the event until the next week.

The date of the event is same in India, but because of the time difference, the first slutwalk in Asia was held in Seoul. The second slutwalk in South Korea was held on July 28, It is about the recognition of women as individuals with certain fundamental rights, including that of safety and personal choices, which no one, not even the family, can violate.

The estimated number of protesters was around To ensure that no untoward incident took place, police personnel were deployed all around the area. When we leave our homes, even we are not sure whether we will return safely or not," said a police constable on the condition of anonymity. Actress and social activist Nafisa Ali was present. It's an issue of mindset. If a boy can go out at two in the morning, so can a girl," she said.

Trishala Singh, one of the organisers, said in reference to the number of participants: A good number of people turned up to support the cause and I am happy with it. I know one walk can't change the mindset of people but it will at least be a beginning. Another Slutwalk was held in Kolkata on May 24, , gathering around people. As described by the Times of India , young girls walked in all kinds of dresses right from sari and salwar kameez to jeans and skirts.

At the end of the rally, artists from Fourth Bell Theatre group performed short plays and recited poetries on sexual abuse written by famous Urdu poet Saadat Hassan Manto and Bengali writer Mahasweta Devi. A new Slutwalk took place at Kolkata on June 7, The walk started at Jadavpur University and continued until Triangular Park.

Many participants had 'slut' painted on their bodies in bright colors. Sulakshana, Jadavpur University student and organizer over two consecutive years, said that she intended Slutwalks to be an annual affair in the city.

Sayan, another of the organizers said, "We are under no political banner. This is a gender inclusion movement, catering to all.

Previous to the first Slutwalk, a public exchange between the organisers and the local authorities took place, regarding the particularly strict laws on streets demonstrations.

Organizers stated there was no need for a permission to hold the protest, while the police sustained the global nature of the movement and expected presence of foreigners made it necessary. Finally, on November 30, a permit was approved for the Slutwalk to take place at a free-speech park called Speakers' Corner.

Social critic and gay rights activist Alex Au commented on the issue: None of the mostly female crowd attended in revealing clothing, though some did wear skirts above the knee. Others wore T-shirts protesting against blaming rape victims on the grounds of their outfits or because they had been drunk or flirting. SlutWalks have occurred in cities around the world.

The first actual SlutWalk took place in Tel Aviv on March 22, attended by several hundred women and a few sympathizing men. The idea was then taken up by activists in other cities, including Jerusalem, Haifa and Beersheba. In events took place in the same four cities.

The number of both women and men participants has increased greatly, apparently due to increased media coverage, as well as an Internet campaign which went viral via Facebook. The marches were not without obstacles: In Jerusalem, the police initially refused to give a permit for the march, providing it only after an intervention by Knesset Member Tamar Zandberg.

The Tel Aviv march was organized by a new group of activists, initiated by Feminist activist Tzipi Eran. The rival march organizers, conversely, held that avoiding the term would be an act of " Slut-shaming " - precisely what the march was supposed to oppose - and they also objected to the Socialist Struggle march being led by men who spoke on behalf of women victims of sexual violence.

Moreover, though originally an Arabic word, the term as presently used by Hebrew speakers in Israel carries a crude disparaging sexist implication of "blaming the victim" but no specific ethnic connotation. In the end, although two separate events were publicized on the Internet, in actuality they merged into a single march of over a thousand marchers, and the use of "sharmuta" no longer disputed. In the organizers of the marches in various cities united into an umbrella organizational frame.

Although each of the cities had a separate organizing group that ran its march in its own way, the joint organization established a comprehensive branding for the march and held campaigns and advertising in collaboration, to consolidate messages and expand distribution.

In , a march took place in Jerusalem on May 29 with the participation of about 1, women and men, with a conspicious involvement of teenage girls. A march in Tel Aviv took place on Friday, May In , a march took place in Tel Aviv on July 8 with some participants.

Among them was Inbal Bibi, a former X Factor Israel celebrity, who revealed that she had herself been raped in the past. In , a march took place in Tel Aviv on May 12, with some participants.

The march attracted high public attention when well known artists such as Gadi Wilczhersky and Satik promoted it on the social networks. Satik got some negative reactions from fans who objected to his using "dirty words".

He then set to his hundreds of thousands of followers on Instagram a detailed explanation of the idea behind the SlutWalk and the effort to confront and reverse the sexist connotations of "sharmuta". The Tel Aviv SlutWalk, held on May 4, had more than participants and got sympathetic coverage in the mainstream media.

Taking up themes from the Me Too movement , signs were carried mentioning by name and photo various Israeli men in prominent public positions - including politicians, senior military and police officers, business people, artists and actors as well as rabbis - who were implicated in rape or sexual harassment cases. Australian commentator Andrew Bolt observed that guidance on how to dress in any given context is simply risk management , and such advice need not exclude opposition to victim-blaming.

It doesn't lessen the guilt of the burglar that I've left my window open, or even remotely suggest that I was deserving of being burgled. Just that it was more likely to happen.

Lindsay Herriot, a women's studies scholar, disagreed with these arguments, stating that risk management can be seen as a direct case of victim-blaming and creates a problematic rhetoric in tackling the issue of sexual violence. As an example, she cited a Toronto news story covering a series of recent attempted and completed sexual assault cases against teenage girls walking home from school. Whenever possible, teenagers should walk with at least one friend.

SlutWalk has focused on being able to choose what to wear without being harassed, rather than the larger and broader discussion of consent concerning sexual assault. It has been accused of "[fixating] solely around liberal questions of individual choice — the palatable 'I can wear what I want' feminism that is intentionally devoid of an analysis of power dynamics.

Despite all the activism and research, however, the cultural misconception prevails. Some popular responses have also questioned the wisdom of using the word "slut". Sophie Jones wrote on The F-Word regarding this criticism:. This is a clear case of these writers simply misinterpreting the mission of SlutWalk, which is not a protest for the right to be called 'slut' but a protest for the right to dress however you want free of the presumption you are "asking for it".

I have been called a slut while wearing long sleeves and thick black tights. I will be marching in London not for the right to be called a slut, but for the right to be there. In the United States, black feminists have accused the SlutWalk of being exclusionary to women of color. In an open letter to the SlutWalk organizers, the Black Women's Blueprint state that "As Black women and girls we find no space in SlutWalk, no space for participation and to unequivocally denounce rape and sexual assault as we have experienced it.

They further state "For us the trivialization of rape and the absence of justice are viciously intertwined with narratives of sexual surveillance, legal access and availability to our personhood. It is tied to institutionalized ideology about our bodies as sexualized objects of property, as spectacles of sexuality and deviant sexual desire.

In their closing remarks, they give the SlutWalk organizers a tip for organizing future movements. They state, "Women in the United States are racially and ethnically diverse. Every tactic to gain civil and human rights must not only consult and consider women of color, but it must equally center all our experiences and our communities in the construction, launching, delivery and sustainment of that movement.

There is a racial divide between white feminists and black feminists when it comes to the SlutWalk. In "An Open Letter from Black Women to SlutWalk Organizers," it was expressed that although black women stand by the message for the SlutWalk movement, they can not participate in the activities that some women partake in.

In that way, our experiences are a lot alike — with one major exception: The stigma around my sexual choice was never used as a reason to treat me poorly, disrespect me in relationships, or invite unwanted physical attention.

Nor was it used as justification for violence of any kind. The decisions that any of us make about our bodies and sexuality should never be based in fear of abuse or judgment. That is what the SlutWalk is all about. Erica Williams Simon is a strategist, cultural critic, speaker and media maker.

Her work focuses on communicating the personal values, ideas and habits that lead to radical social impact. She is a deputy editor for Upworthy.

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