In a male-dominated world, it is heartening to witness women all round the globe come out of their cocoon, voice their rights and fight against all those chauvinist men who think “it’s her fault.”
The Slutwalk is a protest movement that draws thousands of people in various cities who rally to denote sexual inequality, in general, and the injustice of blaming the victim rather than the rapist or abuser, in particular, Reuters report says.
The movement was blown out of proportion after police advised women students in Canada to “avoid dressing like sluts.”
Scores of people took to the streets with placards reading, Sexy doesn't mean sex me!; I never had more religion than a woman's body”; I reserve the right to dress as I want.
Here are the photographs of the fuming agitators' Slutwalk protests around the world against discrimination, sexual abuse and violence.