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Discussed assault against women and how "blaming the victim" is a common factor, especially in the media. This image makes me feel strong... and I like it.

Discussed assault against women and how "blaming the victim" is a common factor, especially in the media. This image makes me feel strong... and I like it.

SlutWalk London

SlutWalk London

Resistance, Language, and the Toronto SlutWalk » Sociological Images::: This is a march against the idea that revealing attire is the cause of rape, and therefore permissible. In other words, "she was asking for it." Go Toronto!

Resistance, Language, and the Toronto SlutWalk » Sociological Images::: This is a march against the idea that revealing attire is the cause of rape, and therefore permissible. In other words, "she was asking for it." Go Toronto!

I hear so often that victim blaming goes on and that people are afraid to report rape cases because they are afraid of victim blaming. Victim blaming is a result of people coming to that conclusion thinking they had to be doing something to provoke it and that is where society is wrong.

I hear so often that victim blaming goes on and that people are afraid to report rape cases because they are afraid of victim blaming. Victim blaming is a result of people coming to that conclusion thinking they had to be doing something to provoke it and that is where society is wrong.

"'No does not mean 'convince me'" - Seattle Slutwalk 2012 [click on this image for a brief analysis and remix about rape culture and the recent proliferation of rape jokes on prime time television] Source: Thinkprogress

"'No does not mean 'convince me'" - Seattle Slutwalk 2012 [click on this image for a brief analysis and remix about rape culture and the recent proliferation of rape jokes on prime time television] Source: Thinkprogress

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