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avivi:

Slut Walk Tel Aviv 2014The Slut walk was triggered by a representative of the Toronto Police who said in 2011: “women should avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimized”. since then it was grew to a global movement, with Satellites happening all over the world.

hebrew writings say
(on her torso) “still not asking for it”
(on sign) “if i were dressed you wouldn’t listen” (on torso) “my body belongs to me”
(on sign) “no, its not the same if you take your trousers off” (on torso) “not a whore”
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susemoji:

avivi:

Slut Walk Tel Aviv 2014The Slut walk was triggered by a representative of the Toronto Police who said in 2011: “women should avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimized”. since then it was grew to a global movement, with Satellites happening all over the world.

hebrew writings say
(on her torso) “still not asking for it”
(on sign) “if i were dressed you wouldn’t listen” (on torso) “my body belongs to me”
(on sign) “no, its not the same if you take your trousers off” (on torso) “not a whore”
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susemoji:

avivi:

Slut Walk Tel Aviv 2014The Slut walk was triggered by a representative of the Toronto Police who said in 2011: “women should avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimized”. since then it was grew to a global movement, with Satellites happening all over the world.

hebrew writings say
(on her torso) “still not asking for it”
(on sign) “if i were dressed you wouldn’t listen” (on torso) “my body belongs to me”
(on sign) “no, its not the same if you take your trousers off” (on torso) “not a whore”
Zoom Info
susemoji:

avivi:

Slut Walk Tel Aviv 2014The Slut walk was triggered by a representative of the Toronto Police who said in 2011: “women should avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimized”. since then it was grew to a global movement, with Satellites happening all over the world.

hebrew writings say
(on her torso) “still not asking for it”
(on sign) “if i were dressed you wouldn’t listen” (on torso) “my body belongs to me”
(on sign) “no, its not the same if you take your trousers off” (on torso) “not a whore”
Zoom Info

susemoji:

avivi:

Slut Walk Tel Aviv 2014

The Slut walk was triggered by a representative of the Toronto Police who said in 2011: “women should avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimized”. since then it was grew to a global movement, with Satellites happening all over the world.

hebrew writings say

(on her torso) “still not asking for it”

(on sign) “if i were dressed you wouldn’t listen” (on torso) “my body belongs to me”

(on sign) “no, its not the same if you take your trousers off” (on torso) “not a whore”

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ultrafunnypictures:

One of the best examples of artistic integrity on a corporate scale.

I can’t be the only one who finds it interesting that “product of its time” is being used directly alongside “still wrong back then”. Most (privileged, white) people use “product of its time” to avoid admitting that something was wrong regardless of its era and to excuse their repeating it.

Literally every line is solid.

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