August 16, 2011 at 6:28 pm EDT | by Pete Exis
SlutWalk D.C.

Hundreds of activists, including a sizable LGBT contingent, marched through the streets of D.C. for “SlutWalk” on Saturday to protest victim blaming in sexual assault cases. The march began at Lafayette Square and ended in a rally in the shadow of the Washington Monument. Speakers at the rally included Andrea Bredbeck of Join the Conversation, Holly Kearl of Stop Street Harassment, Dr. Salamishah Tillet of A Long Walk Home, Inc., Carmen Rios of (con)sensual, Lauren Taylor of Defend Yourself, Sasha Ponappa of Deaf Abused Women’s Network, radio personality Aiyi’nah Ford, Janelle Mungo of GetEqual D.C., Stacey Lantz of D.C. National Organization for Women, Meredith Zoltick of Helping Individual Prostitutes Survive (HIPS), Maryland Delegate Ariana Kelly, author Janine Latus and comedienne Luce Tomlin-Brenner.

(Washington Blade photos by Pete Exis)

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  • laurelboy2

    From the looks of these women I don’t think any of them have to fear being sexually harassed or assaulted.

    • JCF

      WTF does that mean?

    • What an asshat thing to say. Sexual assault is about overpowering someone else, not about sex. You’ve really shown yourself to be an uneducated jerk.

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