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1.
A misguided attempt to protest sexual abuse/ rape against women by encouraging women to dress like sluts.

slutwalk supporters hold signs and wear shirts reading "slut pride" and "i love sluts"

...this has nothing to do with counseling victims of rape, condemning convicted rapists, or encouraging political sensitivity on the topic of rape.
slutwalkerA- Doesn't it seem weird that we're walking around naked demanding respect from men?

slutwalkerB- Don't be silly. Why do you think there are so many guys watching us? They support the cause!

slutwalkerA- Then why do they have cameras and boners?
by bchesandhoes August 11, 2011
 
2.
In 2011, a Toronto police officer named Michael Sanguinetti suggested that to remain safe from sexual assault, "women should avoid dressing like sluts." This logic is akin to "If you don't want to get robbed, you probably should not walk around bare-assed with $100 bills taped to your tits." or "If you don't want your car stolen, then don't keep your keys in the ignition, stupid!" It's common sense that with every crime, comes preventative measures to avoid foolish risks.... except, of course, when it comes "Womyn's" issues. Since feminists are known to get butthurt over any suggestion that a woman should take ANY responsibility for her own actions in ANY situation EVER, they predictably responded to Sanquinetti's logical (yet sexist... obviously) remark with a protest known as Slut Walk.

Slut Walks consist of mostly unattractive, usually androgynous, always sexually ambiguous collegiate sufferers of first-world problems that dress in boner-inducing clothing for the purpose of, you know.... respect and to be taken seriously. Slut Walks are the epitome of irony, since most participants are "wimmin" who most self-respecting men would not want to fuck in the first place, let alone take the time, effort, and risk of prison to rape them.
The greatest example of Slut Walk's fail and hypocrisy occurred in Brasilia around May 2012. During the course of this Slut Walk called "Marcha Da Vadias," when thousands of "proud sluts" were walking around half-naked (and in some cases exposing their funbags and vagoos,) a male had the audacity to do the exact same fucking thing and expose himself. Take note that this man DID NOT approach or assault anyone at any time when his dick was popping out through his zipper, but OF COURSE the protesters responded with monkey shit-fits and literally trying to physically harm this purveyor of justice and equal rights.

So, the moral of the story is that any "possessor of the cunt" has the privilege of breaking every decency law in the book without being oggled at or appropriately called a "slut" by her patriarchal oppressors, but any penis-wielder better keep his clothes on (out of shame and modesty) or one of these "warriors of equal rights" will either kill you, or castrate you, or kill you then castrate you, or castrate you then kill you... then claim "almost raped."
by skawtee December 20, 2013
 
3.
When a chick does the Walk of Shame after having a one night stand.
'Dude, just saw Sally doing the slutwalks'. Someone got lucky'
by Tiny Tim tinkers September 27, 2013
 
4.
When you see a chick out at a club and she's dressed like a slut and you know she's down to fuck.
'Dude, looks like the milfs are doing the slutwalks tonight'

'she's pissed as, and her tits are hanging out everywhere. She'll be doing the slutwalks back to my place, Brah'
by bro from another ho September 27, 2013
 
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SlutWalk is a grassroots movement against rape culture's victim-blaming and slut-shaming; it has spread internationally. It all started when a Toronto officer advised women to "stop dressing like sluts in order to not be victimized." Since then, enraged activists have taken to the streets to declare that they are fed up with blaming the victim rather than the perpetrator.

It is NOT a walk that requires a certain type of clothing. You can wear whatever you want to this event. The people attending the event do not all agree on the idea of reappropriating the word slut; however, all who are against sexual violence and the culture that perpetuates it are encouraged to participate. It is a powerful march against rape culture and exposes the fact that the word "slut" and a woman's attire are used as weapons to demean a woman's sexual agency and make rape justifiable.

If you understood none of this, you're one of those idiots who thinks SlutWalks is all about prancing around half-nude.
I attended SlutWalk last week not because I want to dress up but because I want to expose rape culture.
by fedupwithstereotypes October 01, 2011