Toronto, Canada: Stupid Bitches aka The Million Slut March 2011


I thought Canada was different.I guess theirs dumb bitches everywhere besides America.

Via: thedailywh.at

Million Slut March of the Day: “Sluts and allies” went for a skimpy walk around Toronto this weekend to protest a police officer’s advice to students at Osgoode Hall Law School: You can avoid being raped by not dressing “like sluts.” “We are tired of being oppressed by slut-shaming; of being judged by our sexuality and feeling unsafe as a result,” reads the SlutWalk manifesto “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.”


Additional SlutWalks are reportedly planned for other parts of Canada.

Canada just took a L for self respect

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7 Responses to Toronto, Canada: Stupid Bitches aka The Million Slut March 2011

  1. Shiv says:

    You must be a chronic masturbator

    • Shhhhhhh!!!!! Don’t tell anyone! Oh wait you just did.You son of a bitch!!!! 😦 And even though my masturbation is rather mild thanks for checking out the site and caring enough about my well being to leave a comment though.

      Peace & Blessings

  2. Jojorican says:

    The issue seems to be more with his choice of the word “slut” than anything else….political correctedness is taking away from his very valid point, and this goes for every situation, with both men and women.

    There is the philosophical question of whether we “should” be able to dress and act as we please without fear of negative consequences as a result, and there is the reality of the society we happen to be living in, as well as the reality of the vast differences between the many individuals we live in the same society with…these differences are not only visible…they are cultural and mental as well…not everyone is sane, nor is everyone able to control their animal instincts or psychotic episodes to the same degree….

    SHould they be able to? Take that up with your own faith and it`s God/s….

    But, whether they should or not, the fact is that unless you have faith that your choice of divinity will always protect you from the negative extremes of individuals in a society, it is up to YOU to do whatever you can to make sure you are not creating a situation that increases your chances of becoming a victim.

    Young, responsible men with jobs and a good education SHOULD be able to chill on the corner during the weekend, at 3AM and chat while listening to some music (at a respectable level, of course) and maybe smoke (ciggarretes) a bit, WIHTOUT being targeted as drug dealers simply because they also happen to be wearing the stereotypical drug-dealer uniform (which also just happens to be in fashion, let`s say…)

    The fact that they will inevitably be interrupted by police, interrogated and possibly asked to leave and go home is a fact of life based on the variables the police see, and the experience they have with true drug dealers…unfortunate, but how else are we supposed to gauge a potential threat without some form of labelling on what most likely determines a certain threat? A gazelle is not going to run from something that looks like a Zebra…but put an overgrown housecat with an unsually large mane out there, and it will probably flee…it`s learned that lions, and things that look like lions are dangerous. Simple survival instincts…

    Should you be able to go to a job interview dressed in jeans and a T-Shirt if you know you are more than qualified for the job? I think so, but I know it won`t help me get the job, so I will not (unless it`s for Google).

    Is that discrimination or somehow infringing on my rights to wear jeans and a T-Shirt? probably…the merit is in the quality of the person, not what he/she is wearing…right? Yet let`s see how many people will try that out on their job hunts….it`s simply not a good survival instinct.

    Unless you naively believe you live in a Utopia, you`d better be prepared to deal with the consequences of your actions、no matter how “morally” wrong you feel that may be. The victim is NEVER to blame for being a victim, but they are to be pitied for not having the foresight to think logically about the dangerous situation they may have helped along with no plan of escape or protection in place. You wanna wear revealing clothing near a half-way house for recently released prisoners, because it`s your right? Go ahead…you are right, it is your right…but those guys were in prison for a reason, so I suggest you carry a gun, or have your 10 older brothers from the wrestling team chaperrone you through…..else the odds of something bad happening are that much higher, and do you really wanna put your utopian ideals against the reality of those odds? Your choice, really..when it comes down to it.

    • Well put. i entirely agree.Great comment.I apologize for not giving you a heartier response.Its been hectic and I don’t want your comment to get lost in the shuffle without any type of acknowledgment at all.I appreciate you leaving this for people.Peace and Blessings.

    • Rosso says:

      Very intelligent and balanced response Jojorican.

      I find it interesting that the policeman who made the original clumsy but real comment has become the focus and the “bad boy” pin-up of this international protest movement, when his initial concern was to pass on a message of safety and protection for these women.

      His original quote of dressing “to avoid being victimised” has also been changed to read “to avoid being raped”. That is a huge difference.

      Rape is never excusable, but the anti-rape message has also been hijacked to include any form of response that a woman does not prefer, no matter what she is projecting.

      Modern women’s culture focuses so much on the fashion intention of “looking hot” and projecting sexuality as attractive and as an ego-boost. Much of modern women’s spirituality also pushes the message that a woman’s power is in her sexuality.

      It is older women running the fashion and beauty industries who project this “looking hot and sexy” message onto impressionable younger women, because it sells product and fuels a huge female economy based on attracting attention and a false sense of empowerment, e.g: “My beauty is such that it stimulates sexual interest”.

      Yet these older women take no responsibility for this. The message to the younger women is do and act as you please, it is your right and you are not responsible for any consequences.

      Navigating younger years when discovering sexual identity and rampaging hormones is always a challenge that in Western culture is seriously lacking the guidance of genuine eldership, wisdom and an element of sacredness.

      Yet our young women are taught to flaunt their bodies in a sexual way and whatever manner they choose and are told they are not accountable for any outcomes – and in a contradiction the young hormonal men are told they must take responsibility for not reacting in an inappropriate way and must display respect and restraint.

      There is a hypocrisy amongst many ofn these women and a double standard – one rule for women and a different one for men.

      Women are saying we want to be able to express our sexuality freely, but we also want to be in control of the outcome. It is not a perfect world, there are many shades of grey that are part of the human condition, and if we are going to advertise something we need to have the maturity and rational common sense to realise we cannot control the response it attracts.

      It is women who need to wake up just as much as men, probably more so.

  3. Rosso says:

    Interesting you abuse anyone with a discussion point you don’t agree with, 13thfloor, yet you give no reasons for your objection to the post that people might benefit from.

    Apologies, I thought this was a forum for intelligent discussion. You obviously prefer only people who agree with your viewpoint.

    As much as I don’t support the nature of the protest used in Slutwalk, likewise I see the title “stupid bitches” you use above as a reflection of the mindset you prefer in this discussion.

    • That comment was meant to go on another post.i DELETED IT.I’m not here to abuse the visitors though ,so that you know.And I hope more people disagree with somethings I post.Cause it will make me learn more about the subject.That is the beauty of conversation isn’t it?Otherwise in my opinion you can just talk to yourself.

      And I hope not everyone shares my mind set and agreeing that these women are “Stupid Bitches”. I really think they are.And couldn’t be more subtle in the title cause women like that offend me.I hold women to a higher level then men.And when I see them act that way in the streets it makes me sick.Its cause of women like that chivalry is dead 😦

      Thank you for posting a comment though.And if you were offended you can go fuck yourself:) Just kidding ,thank you for visiting the site and hope to see you comment more.

      Peace & Blessings
      T

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