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A march in Tel Aviv took place on Friday, May In , a march took place in Tel Aviv on July 8 with some participants. Among them was Inbal Bibi, a former X Factor Israel celebrity, who revealed that she had herself been raped in the past. In , a march took place in Tel Aviv on May 12, with some participants. The march attracted high public attention when well known artists such as Gadi Wilczhersky and Satik promoted it on the social networks. Satik got some negative reactions from fans who objected to his using "dirty words".

He then set to his hundreds of thousands of followers on Instagram a detailed explanation of the idea behind the SlutWalk and the effort to confront and reverse the sexist connotations of "sharmuta". The Tel Aviv SlutWalk, held on May 4, had more than participants and got sympathetic coverage in the mainstream media. Taking up themes from the Me Too movement , signs were carried mentioning by name and photo various Israeli men in prominent public positions - including politicians, senior military and police officers, business people, artists and actors as well as rabbis - who were implicated in rape or sexual harassment cases.

Australian commentator Andrew Bolt observed that guidance on how to dress in any given context is simply risk management , and such advice need not exclude opposition to victim-blaming. It doesn't lessen the guilt of the burglar that I've left my window open, or even remotely suggest that I was deserving of being burgled.

Just that it was more likely to happen. Lindsay Herriot, a women's studies scholar, disagreed with these arguments, stating that risk management can be seen as a direct case of victim-blaming and creates a problematic rhetoric in tackling the issue of sexual violence. As an example, she cited a Toronto news story covering a series of recent attempted and completed sexual assault cases against teenage girls walking home from school.

In the news story, Pearl Rimer, a safety advocate with Boost Child Abuse Prevention, stated: "[children and young adults] should be aware of their surroundings while in public by limiting the use of cell phones and music players. Whenever possible, teenagers should walk with at least one friend. SlutWalk has focused on being able to choose what to wear without being harassed, rather than the larger and broader discussion of consent concerning sexual assault.

It has been accused of "[fixating] solely around liberal questions of individual choice — the palatable 'I can wear what I want' feminism that is intentionally devoid of an analysis of power dynamics. Despite all the activism and research, however, the cultural misconception prevails.

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Some popular responses have also questioned the wisdom of using the word "slut". Sophie Jones wrote on The F-Word regarding this criticism:. This is a clear case of these writers simply misinterpreting the mission of SlutWalk, which is not a protest for the right to be called 'slut' but a protest for the right to dress however you want free of the presumption you are "asking for it".

I have been called a slut while wearing long sleeves and thick black tights. I will be marching in London not for the right to be called a slut, but for the right to be there. In the United States, black feminists have accused the SlutWalk of being exclusionary to women of color. In an open letter to the SlutWalk organizers, the Black Women's Blueprint state that "As Black women and girls we find no space in SlutWalk, no space for participation and to unequivocally denounce rape and sexual assault as we have experienced it.

They further state "For us the trivialization of rape and the absence of justice are viciously intertwined with narratives of sexual surveillance, legal access and availability to our personhood. It is tied to institutionalized ideology about our bodies as sexualized objects of property, as spectacles of sexuality and deviant sexual desire. In their closing remarks, they give the SlutWalk organizers a tip for organizing future movements.

They state, "Women in the United States are racially and ethnically diverse.

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Every tactic to gain civil and human rights must not only consult and consider women of color, but it must equally center all our experiences and our communities in the construction, launching, delivery and sustainment of that movement. There is a racial divide between white feminists and black feminists when it comes to the SlutWalk. In "An Open Letter from Black Women to SlutWalk Organizers," it was expressed that although black women stand by the message for the SlutWalk movement, they can not participate in the activities that some women partake in.

Black women do not have the same liberties as these women to march without clothing because they represent a standard of what black women should be. The authors of "An Open Letter from Black Women to Slutwalk Organizers" wrote, "Even if only in name, we cannot afford to label ourselves, to claim identity, to chant dehumanizing rhetoric against ourselves in any movement.

Young boys are also affected because then they are conditioned to believe that all women are sluts and that it is justified to call every female they encounter a slut being that it is acceptable to call themselves sluts. The SlutWalk is not a representative movement for black women because it can cause the mental destruction in the community by setting a basis for how women are treated and the words used to describe them.

Change comes in larger numbers and general inclusion would help the greater issue at hand. Black women want to be a part of the larger movement because bringing awareness to the present rape culture and ending it will make a larger impact. Black women want to tweak some aspects about the movement so that they feel included in a movement focused on women. It is a struggle for some black women to feel included into a movement when a white woman who participated in a SlutWalk in New York City was holding a sign that read, "Woman Is the Nigger of the World. Organizers of the Slutwalk have also seen that there is no equality in the movement in which white and black women can come together in solidarity to break down the societal, racial divide.

They are not alone in their skepticism of the SlutWalk. Andrea Plaid too is skeptic and describes the SlutWalk as coming " Sort of the way 'feminist issues' tends to reincarnate a little too often as 'white cis women's issues. Not all black feminist stand against slut walks though. In response to the Black Women's Blueprint letter, the Global Women's Strike retorted "Women of colour are among the most likely to be put down as "sluts", which is why we rejoice at SlutWalk embracing the word "slut" to remove the stigma; if we're all identified as sluts, that's the end of the insult which can divide us.

Others have noted that the use of the word "slut" raises the hackles of those anxious about the "'pornification' of everything and the pressure on young girls to look like Barbie dolls". Sophie Jones answered to Dines and Murphy that reclaiming a word does not mean celebrating that word in its current form. We want this word in our court, but only so we can keep it in the air and over the heads of everyone who would use it against us.

Recently the debate about using the word slut has emerged within the SlutWalk movement itself. Organisers of SlutWalk New York City "have made the decision to withdraw from the movement because of the name. It was noticed that, by taking aim at rape while expressly promoting the virtues of female sexuality , SlutWalk situates itself where anti-rape and pro-sex norms converge.

However, the protest targets rape culture alone, leaving law and legal theory outside the specific claims. This omission is seen to underestimate the role of the law, since the crime of rape traditionally constructs female sexuality in ways incompatible with a pro-agency agenda. A scholar summarized "Women cannot 'reclaim' sexuality, as SlutWalk professes to do, without regard for rape law.

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To be sure, such a comment from law enforcement is highly offensive in suggesting that some victims of rape are responsible for the criminal acts of their attackers. Rather than admonishing women to dress a certain way, police should be warning potential offenders that they should 'avoid assaulting women in order not to go to prison' —Gail Dines and Wendy J Murphy [18]. Main article: Slutwalk in Latin America. Slutwalks in Latin America. The sign reads: "Changing the world through Feminisms ". Marcha de las Putas in Costa Rica , August 14, Retrieved June 10, April 4, Retrieved May 29, Retrieved October 19, BBC News.

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