Photos: 'Slut-walk' protests sexual assault on women

Updated: Jul 12, 2016, 12:13 IST
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    Participants kiss during the annual "SlutWalk" in the Israeli Mediterranean coastal city of Tel Aviv on July 08, 2016. All pics/AFP
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    The campaign, which has gained international notoriety, was inspired by group of Canadian women who launched the protest in 2011 in response to a policeman's comment that if women want to avoid being attacked they should not dress like sluts.
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    Participants attend the annual 'SlutWalk'.
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    The campaign was to protest against rape culture, including sexual assault and harassment directed at women.
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    In Israel, where recent years have brought a slew of exposés on sexual violence, the discussion often focuses on the victim’s behavior – whether or not she behaved like a slut
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    Slut Walk has become a worldwide movement, working to challenge mindsets and stereotypes of victim-blaming and slut-shaming.
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    A Slut Walk is a feminist demonstration where women and people with alternative gender identities march to protest the blaming of women for being raped or otherwise sexually assaulted.
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Participants attended the annual 'SlutWalk' in Tel Aviv to protest against rape culture, including sexual assault and harassment directed at women. Here are some pictures

 

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