16th February 2012 18:35
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5th February 2012 9:06
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19th January 2012 19:50
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THIS SHIT. when organizing slut walk, since i and one of the organizers have been assaulted/raped and were open about that, so many jack asses kept saying “have you looked at their profile photos? sorry girls, no one would want to rape you.” fuck you, jack ass. it was scary as shit and not something i’d wish on anyone. ever.

13th October 2011 10:18
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Taken by a friend of mine during slutwalk.

27th September 2011 19:01
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“As Black women, we do not have the privilege or the space to call ourselves “slut” without validating the already historically entrenched ideology and recurring messages about what and who the Black woman is. We don’t have the privilege to play on destructive representations burned in our collective minds, on our bodies and souls for generations. Although we understand the valid impetus behind the use of the word “slut” as language to frame and brand an anti-rape movement, we are gravely concerned.” …

6th September 2011 11:55
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Rape prevention tip: use the buddy system! If you’re not able to stop yourself from sexually assaulting people, ask a friend to stay with you while you’re in public!

19th August 2011 12:04
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But that’s kinda obvious.

STRONG opinions.


Let’s talk about privilege.

Usually when we think of privilege, it’s simple things like your parents giving the privilege to drive their car, or having the privilege to go to school or not go hungry. But privilege is much more than that— it’s about the…