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Ein wirklich guter Eintrag! Vor allem wusste ich das gar nicht, dass es so eine Bewegung gibt! Mal wieder viel dazugelernt! Ja, in letzter Zeit waren ein paar Artikel auf dieStandard.
Tut's aber net O. Recently, a new form of demonstration against sexual violence called 'slut walk' is spreading over the world. The first 'slut walk' was held in Toronto, Canada, on 3rd April and started when a police officer from the Police in Toronto - who spoke at a safety forum of the York University on crime prevention - recommended women 'not to dress like a slut' to prevent sexual violence and rape.
Which means, it's the women's own fault if they get raped, because they dressed like sluts and their clothes were screaming something like 'yesyesyes'. It's a common 'excuse' used by many people not only men to say, that rape is a crime which mainly occurs in summer, because of the 'slutty' dress of women. That's not true. At first, the mass media thought, that the 'slut walk' people women, men, transgender etc are demonstrating for the right to wear the clothes they like to wear.
However, it is not just that. The 'slut walk' doesn't only demand the freedom to wear 'slutty' clothes, but also demands personal rights. There is no dress code, you don't have to dress like a 'slut' at a slut walk. You don't have to be female, too.
A 'slut walk' does also not demand the 'right' that women can be called 'sluts' because of their appearance. The term 'slut' was used because of the statement of the Canadian police officer and wants to provoke. I think that would really be cool, no, it is necessary! Aren't girls in Tokyo already dressed sexy? That has nothing to do with the intention of the 'slut walk' movement.