SlutWalk Chicago-- September 7, 2013
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About SlutWalk Chicago
Inspired by Slutwalk Toronto, Slutwalk Chicago is a march in support of education and against intolerance.
On January 24, 2011, a representative of the Toronto Police Service was quoted saying, "Women should avoid dressing like sluts in order to not be victimized."
Slutwalk Chicago aims to combat the myth of "the slut" and the culture of victim blaming that prevails the world over.
Our mission is to enforce the truth that those who experience sexual assault are never at fault-- no exceptions. We seek to combat a culture that teaches "don't get raped," as opposed to "don't rape."
Slutwalk Chicago is for everyone: singles, couples, parents, sisters, brothers, friends. People of any age, race, gender, trans status, and sexual-orientation are welcome! Come walk, roll, strut, holler, and stomp with us in demand of a revised cultural attitude toward sexual assault and rape.
About the Speaker Series 2012
Sex Workers Outreach Project Chicago