We know quite a few conservative women who’d rather shoot a rapist than spit in his face; as Dana Loesch noted at the recent Bridging the Gap summit, “firearms are a feminist tool.” Still, while some consider concealed carry the most direct route to female empowerment, others chose to conceal very little as they took to the streets for the 2013 SlutWalk.

SlutWalk started in 2011 in response to a Toronto police officer’s suggestion that “women should avoid dressing like sluts” to reduce their chances of being sexually assaulted. What other possible response could there be than to dress like sluts en masse and hit the streets?

Chicago’s Daley Plaza was the site of perhaps the biggest demonstration.

https://twitter.com/PaintltBlacK/status/376420485417816064

Bring the kids!

Dr. Phil’s “drunk sex” tweet, which was so brutally (and hilariously) parodied on Twitter, made an appearance.

Several other cities around the world hosted their own marches, but as far as we know, Ottawa was the only one to feature a performance by the Radical Grannies.

Miley Cyrus and her tongue dominated the headlines last week following her twerkfest at the Video Music Awards, but a few perceptive souls (like actress Patricia Heaton) weren’t about to let 36-year-old Robin Thicke off the hook for his part in the spectacle. His “Blurred Lines” might be the song of the summer, but its message didn’t go over well at SlutWalk.

https://twitter.com/ericalikescatz/status/375458593048649728

https://twitter.com/cosmic__cutie/status/376426632052895745

https://twitter.com/ohbekahboo/status/376438318361481216

  • Lord Foggybottom

    I came here for the pictures. Thanks sluts!

    • Stephen L. Hall

      I’ve seen the picture . . . no thanks.

    • WK80

      I wouldn’t touch 99% of them.

      • Damien Johnson

        I like how you’d still touch 1%.

  • Medicinewoman2

    So we take a serious issue and turn it into exhibitionist circus of bull rides & male cross dressers?

    • 44Grim

      Well, Rape is a serious issue.
      Unfortunately, events like this simply stifle conversation and shut down any viewpoints the people oppose.

      Are men suddenly not visual now? When doing things that attract dirt bags, don’t be surprised that they show up.

      • CR

        This is the problem, I think, with this whole leftist worldview.

        Well it is ABSOLUTELY TRUE that NO woman deserves to be raped because of what she is wearing, there are also certain choices that women may make that can increase the chances of their being raped. That’s not politically correct to say, but it is the truth. A woman who walks home alone in the middle of the night in an unsafe neighborhood by herself in a tiny skirt and bra top does NOT deserve to be raped… but she sure has a better chance of it happening than someone not in that position. Same with a high-school girl who gets so drunk at a party that she is completely unaware of what people around her are doing to her.

        By ignoring the fact that a person’s own behavior can increase (or decrease) the chances of something bad happening, the left actually puts people into a very risky situation.

        I doubt it will be much comfort to the victim of a sexual assault that the liberals said she could do whatever she wanted and all the blame would be on the rapist.

        Their position on rape has a lot of parallels to the Trayvon Martin case… They continuously believe that people should face absolutely no consequence for any decisions they make and are shocked when people who do potentially risky things (like bashing someone’s head into the ground) end up having something bad happen that could have been avoided if they hadn’t been told that they had no responsibility for what happened to them at all and were free to act in any way they wished.

        • trixiewoobeans

          Yes, the “baddies” have zero respect for your feminist stance and “rights.” Just because you’re not supposed to rob banks, steal identities, cook meth, murder, etc., doesn’t mean the baddies aren’t going to do it! Ditto for this bunch. THEY DON’T CARE! I don’t leave my debit card on a store counter while loudly announcing my pin number, then turn my back to the guy behind me…that’s not smart…somebody might take advantage, so I don’t do dumb things that invite crime. Use your brains, ladies, that’s what they’re there for.

        • jetch

          well said CR. there’s the right to do things and then there’s common sense. those parading morons have no common sense.
          i have every right to wear a suit made of 100 dollar bills on the streets of Detroit at night, but is that really a smart thing to do?
          why these idiots can’t see that is beyond me…

          • Bathing Suit Area

            Vaginas are not $100 bills. You can try to dress as if you don’t have money (though I don’t think you honestly advocate that as a safety precaution for men), but women can’t really dress as if they’ve left their vaginas at home.

        • Bathing Suit Area

          Preventing rape by telling women to wear more clothing is like preventing racism by telling black people to use skin lightening creams.

          • CR

            Well, it is a good thing I didn’t say that women could prevent rape by wearing more clothing..

            Rape is the fault of the rapist. However, a person’s behavior certainly could make that particular person more likely to become a victim than someone else who is more careful about what she wears or where she goes.

            It is all well and good to say that you should be able to wear whatever you want— and do whatever you want— and you SHOULD be able to do that. But the fact is, rape does happen, and women should also use common sense to try to protect themselves.

            It is the rapist’s fault if he rapes a girl and he should go to prison for it, no matter what the girl is wearing. But as a woman, I’d also rather not be the victim of rape and if I can do some basic common sense things to avoid getting into a position where it is more likely I will become a victim, then what is so wrong with that?

            How is it any different to tell a woman it is dangerous to get extremely drunk at a party by herself or to walk alone through a bad neighborhood with skimpy clothing on at night because she might get raped than to tell a person of any sex not to walk through a bad neighborhood at night with a fist full of cash in his hand because he might get robbed? Either way, the crime is the criminal’s fault but the actions that the person took increased the chances that he or she would become the victim of a crime.

            Why is this so hard to grasp?

          • Bathing Suit Area

            Hang on, at one point you say that walking at night with skimpy clothing is dangerous because it could result in rape, but you just claimed you never said the more clothing would prevent it. Which is it?

          • Stephen L. Hall

            I think his point is that walking in a negligee carrying a machine gun will not; walking in a burqa at night in the wrong neighborhood just might.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            I guess women in the military never get raped then…

          • Stephen L. Hall

            Why do you insist upon nonsensical absolutes?

          • trixiewoobeans

            He’s paid to.

          • $9095232

            you really don’t accept that there is a continuum of probability at all, do you? good luck with that.

            remember before you go on and on and on about people claiming to prevent rape with clothing advice, the advice is coming from NON-RAPISTS.

            WE CAN’T ACTUALLY CONTROL WHAT A RAPIST WILL DO OR WHEN OR WHERE THEY WILL STRIKE SO WE SUGGEST AVOIDING THEIR ATTENTION MIGHT AT TIMES BE PRUDENT. TAKE THE ADVICE OR LEAVE IT, BUT YOU’RE ARGUING WITH NON-RAPISTS.

          • Grandma HeadInjury

            “Either or” fallacy.

            Fail. Try again.

          • NRPax

            BSA posted something. Fail is expected.

          • dwok

            Straw man!

          • idalily

            Not the same at all. One (clothing) is within the person’s control. Skin color is not. Why is the left so quick to advocate women NOT doing all they can to protect themselves? A gun in purse, a more modest outfit and men you trust to escort you after dark to your car seem simply like smart precautions to this particular woman.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            The worldwide market for cosmetics, skin whitening treatments and tanning solutions suggests that we do in fact have some control over our complexion. Why wouldn’t you advocate that black people do everything they can to protect themselves from prejudice?

          • idalily

            Oh, please. This has to be one of the most idiotic arguments I’ve ever heard. There is entire cultural aspect to skin color that no chemical can change, and you know it. Many black people are proud to be black and they should be. Nonetheless, if they were to go walking into a KKK meeting, would anyone be surprised if they got beaten up? Not to say beatings would be acceptable; they would NOT. But why put oneself in harm’s way? Many women are quite proud to be women; this does not mean it’s smart to go walking across your college campus alone at night in a bra top and mini. Again, why does the left advocate behavior that puts women deliberately into more dangerous situations than they would otherwise be? Why does the left want to prevent women from doing all they can to protect themselves?

          • trixiewoobeans

            Pssst…because the left REALLY doesn’t like women. We’re a necessary evil…sex and votes.

          • 44Grim

            they are trying to remove the uniquely feminine features from women, it’s sad.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            A modest outfit will not protect anyone, and claiming it does is bad and unhelpful advice.

            If that actually worked, middle eastern countries with restrictive dress codes for women would be the safest places for them, do you really think that’s the case?

          • idalily

            You are flat out wrong. It is never bad advice for a woman to dress with modesty and restraint. I can think of no circumstance in which dressing in this manner could be a BAD thing for a woman to do. Or when dressing provocatively would serve a woman better than modesty and good taste. A modest outfit certainly doesn’t hurt a woman’s safety in any way. A short skirt can be pulled up a lot more easily than jeans, and jeans might give a woman a bit more time to fight back, scream, talk, or think of means of escape.Yet again, I ask you, why does the left insist on advocating behavior in the name of “liberation” that puts women deliberately into more dangerous situations than they would otherwise be? Why does the left want to prevent women from doing all they can to protect themselves?

            And we are not in the ME, among ME men,. American men and ME men do not have the same cultural biases, or the same attitudes about rape, so your analogy is (yet again) irrelevant.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            You’re using the threat of rape to enforce your fashion preferences. That’s pretty dang evil.

          • idalily

            No, what’s evil is trying to convince women that being overtly sexual in public is somehow a liberation, when in fact it’s the opposite. Evil is keeping them from having access to weapons with which they can defend themselves from rape. Evil is convincing young girls that jumping into bed with anyone who takes an interest is going to make them liberated, when in fact, it erodes their self-respect and cheapens the entire act of love to nothingness. Evil is convincing women that murdering a baby in the womb for the sake of convenience is perfectly fine, even if they have to snap its neck as it comes out of the birth canal. THOSE are evil. I hardly think a suggestion that women might want to use common sense in the way they dress rises to that level.

          • Damien Johnson

            …that is the most asinine analogy I’ve ever heard in my life.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            “There are people who would victimize you or treat you badly because you look like X, so just don’t look like that.”

            What part don’t you get?

          • Damien Johnson

            A different comment already explained why this was a stupid analogy. Point blank, you can help how you dress, not your skin color. And even then, what most people agree on is that it might be best not to be in certain places. For instance, should there be a hypothetical racist neighborhood, I wouldn’t walk through it the same as I don’t think it would be safe if I or a woman walked down a dark alley.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            The cosmetics industry disagrees with you on control of your complexion. You choose not to wear whiteface, despite knowing that there are people who would respect you less or attempt to victimize you for being black. Don’t you want to take all the precautions you can against that sort of thing?

          • Damien Johnson

            Do you have any idea how offensive you’re being to black people right now?

          • Bathing Suit Area

            I’m guessing it’s about the same level of offense as telling rape victims that they could have avoided it by dressing less slutty….

            in case you need me to spell out the analogy.

          • Damien Johnson

            That’s not telling rape victims that it could’ve been avoided by not dressing a certain way. It’s telling people it hasn’t happened to yet, that dressing in that way is not a good idea. The analogy is that it’s like a rich person walking around in fancy suits and flashing money. Does he deserved to be robbed? NO. But he’s putting his goodies on display, which isn’t a good idea. If he wasn’t putting them on display, it would still be wrong to rob him regardless. Note: I did steal this analogy, but it’s better than yours.

            Nobody is blaming how the woman was dressed for the rapists actions, which is what you don’t seem to understand.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            You’re saying that dressing a certain way makes rape more likely. That implies to any victim that they could have reduced their chances of being attacked by dressing differently.

            It might not be what you want to say, but it’s what’s logically follows on from your statement.

          • Damien Johnson

            No. What makes rape more likely is if a deranged lunatic happens to see a woman dressed fully clothed or not-so-much. It is just that dressing more modestly is a reasonable precaution to take. If I had a wallet, I wouldn’t leave it on the dashboard where a criminal would see it and bash the window in to get it. But the criminal is still completely at fault for hsi actions, regardless of what I did with my wallet. Your former analogy was still asinine and this doesn’t change that it was.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            So dressing differently doesn’t make rape more or less likely… but it’s still a reasonable precaution? Things that don’t actually make you any safer aren’t called precautions, they’re superstitions.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            And again, you can keep your wallet out of sight so nobody knows it’s unattended in the car. Women can’t dress so that people won’t know their body is there.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            And the walking around flashing money analogy doesn’t really work.

            How does keeping his money tucked in a wallet out of sight make robbery less likely? Because potential thieves won’t know that he’s carrying a bunch of it, I presume.

            How exactly can women dress that will not let potential rapists know that they have their bodies with them? Ghost costumes perhaps?

          • 44Grim

            What is the purpose of a woman dressing skimpily?

          • fishaddict

            So what is your solution? I hear you saying you have the right to dress the way you want and while I disagree because I find no such thing in the Constitution, I do not begrudge you the manner of your dress. I tell my children you may be right in something but you may be dead right. Walking across the street on a walk signal may be correct and the right thing to do but stepping out on that walk signal straight into the path of that bus will allow me as your parent to collect money from the driver for your funeral.

          • Grandma HeadInjury

            Or preventing robbery by not walking around with money hanging out of my pockets in the bad part of town…oh wait…

          • Bathing Suit Area

            Right, you should keep your money locked up in a bank vault, and women should keep their vaginas there…

          • Grandma HeadInjury

            Wow, you really aren’t very bright, are you? I was thinking just keeping that money completely in my pockets and not showing it off for all the criminals to see, but that’s lost on the middle-school maturity crowd you are so vehemently defending…

          • Bathing Suit Area

            How does having the money visible or not change things? Because thieves won’t know that you’re carrying it? How exactly are women to dress so that rapists won’t know if they’ve brought their vaginas with them or not?

          • Grandma HeadInjury

            You obviously don’t science well either… *Sigh…

          • The Penguin #PublishThatSh*t

            Do you have a point? Rape is against the law….people can pretty much dress how they want (given the attire these demonstrators are clad in). What is it they and you want to change? How everyone “feels” about it? I’m not getting the point of this at all.

      • SpiffyMclure

        You just made the argument for women wearing burqas. Well done.

        • Medicinewoman2

          Actually not. But I won’t waste my time explaining why.

          • Grandma HeadInjury

            And you would be with wasting it on spiffs….

        • PatriotRG

          he made the argument for accepting the fact certain behavior will have consequence. By all means wear what you like just that one must accept the fact it may increase certain things occurring. It doesn’t make those things right. As smashing some ones head in the pavement may get you shot. .

          • SpiffyMclure

            Because wearing a short skirt is exactly the same as “smashing some ones head in the pavement”.

          • trixiewoobeans

            Are you really that obtuse??

          • Clete Torres

            Yes, it is.

          • SpiffyMclure

            Sure. If it makes you feel better.

          • Stephen L. Hall

            Yes, yes he is.

          • origionalwinja

            yes stupid….. it is

          • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

            More like, “wearing a short skirt is like accepting a ride from Ted Kennedy.”

          • PatriotRG

            a short skirt is a choice the rape is a very bad possible consequence that should not be , smashing some ones head is an action , getting shot is a consequence of it. I know you understand my point and that i do not condone rape under any circumstances on any one in any context. But i am all for shooting some one if they are trying to kill me.

        • tops116

          Based on what, Spiffy? Or is that “off-topic” since you can’t explain it?

          • SpiffyMclure

            Logical consequence Tops. Logical consequence.

        • grais

          Nonsense. There’s an enormous middle ground between half-naked and a burqa.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            Sure, but the idea that more clothes means more respect is just as foolish in both.

          • grais

            That’s why I didn’t and wouldn’t make a claim that it did.
            I addressed Spiffy’s ridiculous assertion and nothing more.

          • Stephen L. Hall

            And stripping down to lingerie and painting the word “slut” on your body generates respect?

          • Bathing Suit Area

            Not necessarily. It shouldn’t negate it though, either.

          • Stephen L. Hall

            No one has said that it should, but certainly one’s attire is an expression of one’s intents and purposes.

          • carolina mama

            Wearing a vagina suit could be considered as “fully-clothed”, but will it gain a woman respect to be dressed in that manner in public?

          • Grandma HeadInjury

            Show of hands: What men have more respect for women who choose to be modest?

            Downtwinkles: how many men think the gals in the pictures above look respectable.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            There are lots of people in the world who will respect someone less for having dark skin. Should we then consider skin whitening creams as the best way for black people to gain their respect?

          • Grandma HeadInjury

            Whoa! Don’t let that straw man get to close to your aromatherapy candles, missy! He may just go up in flames!

            Here, take another chance at actually coming up with a good argument. Don’t be offended by me not holding my breath….

        • Catchance

          There’s your straw man. Just like Hillary’s choice between a “protest or 2 guys out for a walk” in Benghazi, when actually it was a deliberate, planned terrorist attack (which really does make a difference at this point) your choices are either slut clothes or a burqa. The answer is: anything in between.

          • SpiffyMclure

            Wow. Wingnuts can crowbar Benghazi into just about any discussion, huh?

          • Catchance

            You have no idea how furious I still am about Benghazi. Four Americans were killed there because of your President. It’s amazing how you leftwingnuts can talk about how Bush ‘lied’ about Iraq, but when it comes to the lies piled upon lies of this president everything else pales in comparison. And he still won’t admit any fault. They knew what was going on, saw it in real time, refused to help- refused! 2 ex-SEALs defied orders and came running to save over 25 people trapped in that embassy, and then they themselves died. Died while the President and his Secretary of State tried to blame it on a crappy video no one had seen. Died while the President had a good night’s sleep, preparing to go see Jay-Z and Beyonce to fundraise the next day.

            You’re worse than a troll, Spiff. You’re the dregs of the earth.

          • SpiffyMclure

            “You have no idea how furious I still am about Benghazi.”

            Oh, I think I do toots. But I thought we were discussing some demo.

          • Catchance

            No, I’m pretty sure that slime doesn’t have any rational thoughts, beliefs, or feelings. Ergo, you can’t possibly know.

          • Grandma HeadInjury

            “Toots.” Sexism noted.

            #WarOnWomen

          • SpiffyMclure

            Point taken.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            Yeah, it’s horrible how the president refused to let the military use their instant teleporters to get to Benghazi in time to save everyone.

          • grais

            Wow. Way to not address a single point that Catchance made, and instead reply like a silly child.

          • Damien Johnson

            He’s just doing what liberals do.

          • Catchance

            They had people over there at the time who could have been to the embassy within 45 minutes.

            Plus, Chris Stevens begged for months to have more security. He begged for the CIA plane to be left for them if they needed a quick escape. They were denied. In total, seven Americans with four local militia guards were left to promote diplomacy in one of the most hostile and unstable places on earth. They knew that something was being planned for September 11th but the local guards posted were only armed with bats. Glen Doherty and Sean Smith were a mile away and when they heard the shots and they were told to STAND DOWN they ran over anyway, thereby saving 25+ lives. Tragically, they lost their own. All told, a handful of Americans held back and killed over 100 Al Qaeda terrorists.

          • idalily

            A comment that proves you know nothing about what went down.

          • grais

            He knows. He doesn’t care.

          • Jill

            Did you watch the hearings, bathingsuit? Something tells me you didn’t.

          • Grandma HeadInjury

            By “refused to let the military use their instant teleporters to get to Benghazi in time to save everyone”, BSA means the president’s order to Stand Down, cuz I need my beauty sleep for tomorrow’s campaign stop in Las Vegas…

          • Jill

            As opposed to liberals who refuse to discuss it at all, right?

          • SpiffyMclure

            I don’t refuse to discuss it. This just ain’t the thread to do it.

          • Grandma HeadInjury

            Translation: “No, seriously. I got nothin’…”

          • Bathing Suit Area

            The idea that there are such a thing as “slut clothes” is the same thinking that leads to requiring burqas, and is utterly retarded to boot.

          • Grandma HeadInjury

            So what were the “respectable females” pictured above wearing?

          • Bathing Suit Area

            Clothes. Whatever meaning you assign to them is in your mind only.

          • Grandma HeadInjury

            I didn’t assign the meaning. I didn’t organize some lame protest called a “slut walk.” I didn’t claim those were the clothes one needed to wear to be a part of said “slut walk.”

            Methinks your addled slutcrowd are the ones assigning meaning.

            Does it hurt to fail so much in one thread, or do you just ignore the pain?

        • SmokeVanThorn

          Spiffy’s lipstick is running.

          • SpiffyMclure

            If you didn’t slobber when we kiss, that wouldn’t happen.

        • Jill

          How so? Are modest garments now tantamount to burqas? Are armed women allowed in Sharia compliant countries?

          • SpiffyMclure

            “Are modest garments now tantamount to burqas?”

            Of course not. But people who’d see women in burqas use a lot of the same logic as being posted here.

          • carolina mama

            What? That dressing modestly is less like to get men sexually excited?

            In our modern day society, men aren’t exactly encouraged to exercise self-control over their sexual desires. Any woman with a lick of sense knows that. A woman who wants to be taken seriously and is looking for more than being treated like an object to serve the purpose will see dressing modestly as being in her best interest. if nothing else, for the sake of her own self-respect.

          • SpiffyMclure

            That would be a great introductory paragraph to ‘Burqa 101 – why it’s the right choice for you.’

            Those folks don’t have much faith in men either.

          • Grandma HeadInjury

            ’cause Spiffy the “guy” knows more about it than women do. Sounds like those horrible “republicans” the liberals love to go on about…

          • del

            That’s the point. Teach boys and men not to rape, and stop teaching girls and women how not to”get raped”, as if their
            actions have anything to do with another person’s decision to harm them.

            Stop letting rapists go with a shrug and “boys will be boys”. They are not animals. They are people, with the ability to practice self-control.

          • Grandma HeadInjury

            Hasty generalization fallacy, with a hint of ad hominem and bouquet of straw man.

            Fail. Try again.

    • grais

      I’m having a difficult time understanding what, exactly, they’re hoping to accomplish.
      Maybe they all ‘scrapbook’.

    • Lamontyoubigdummy

      Serious issue? Uh, no. It’s just an issue. Heart disease, breast cancer and leukemia (just three huge killers of homo-sapiens off-hand) are “serious issues”.

      Rape is a “serious issue” in Africa & India and any country with Sharia law. Here & in Canada you have Law & Order: SVU and accusatory “rape culture” jibberish at every university that dares to have an athletic program.

      Oh…and you have “slut walks”. Forgot that one for a sec. Pack up those ugly goats in the pics, ship ’em to Bangladesh, put ’em in bra & panties, and let ’em try a slut walk there.

      Here’s a serious issue. A man is falsely accused of rape. The allegation later PROVEN false. His reputation? Ruined. Financially? Destitute. Fu#ked for life. The woman? Walks away scott free. This. Happens.

      Rape is about power and putrid ugliness of the soul. It is an evil thing. But in the US it is not a “serious” issue, and those people are sad clown attention wh#res

    • Mr_Wrestling_XIII

      Yep, this pretty much sums up Slutwalk.

  • Kat

    I guess one should errr. . . applaud any sexual assault victims who actually think this is a good idea (though I suspect most of the people participating have never been victims) but it just seems another means to spread the core message of the feminist movement: the only means to power are by removing your clothes and sexualizing yourself. Nothing else matters but your sexual autonomy. Certainly not your brains or sense of self-respect.

    • Bathing Suit Area

      “the only means to power” I’m pretty sure that’s not anybody’s message here.

      • Stephen L. Hall

        Perhaps they only mean “the most efficient means.” We don’t want to be absolutists.

  • Dragomance

    If a middle-aged man is walking around like a slut,that’s not being a slut.That’s ocular torture.

    • 44Grim

      I noticed a trend of ocular torture, and it wasn’t just the old guy…

    • Andy from Beaverton

      I’m pretty sure that was Robert DiNiro

  • I Am Breitbart

    THANK GOD I LIVE IN THE DEEP SOUTH! That is some freaky deaky looking shyte going on there!

  • Joe W.

    Rivaling the “Gay Pride” parades in San Francisco, I see. What a stupid means of getting your point across.

    • MNWoman

      I was thinking the same thing about some of the pro choice displays after Wendy Davis’ filibuster. Tampon earrings? Is that supposed to make us take them seriously?

      Or what about Code-Pink’s vagina costumes?

      • grais

        wearing a supposed ‘vagina’ costume while holding a sign that reads “Respect Me”
        smh

        sad creatures

  • CR

    Ah, we have such intelligent discourse in this country.

    Nothing makes your point or convinces others to take your position seriously like dressing up in skimpy clothes and hosting a parade.

    • MNWoman

      I wrote a comment below mentioning the same thing about tampon earrings (Texas abortion debates) and vagina costumes (Code Pink).

      • dagnytaggart

        Hey! I like the vagina costume people. They bring a comedic vibe to every event they attend; and who couldn’t use a laugh (sometimes I actually spit out my coffee) now and then? :)

    • Bathing Suit Area

      So what you’re saying is that you can only take someone seriously if they ensure you can’t see their skin? What is wrong with you?

      • CR

        What I am saying is that the way you present yourself to the world matters in how seriously people take you. Dressing up in slutty clothes and hosting a parade is not going to change anyone’s mind. Presenting logical points while dressed in a manner considered by society to be socially acceptable makes people more likely to take you seriously, listen to and evaluate your argument or positions.

        • idalily

          Spot on. This is why those who choose to wear a ring through the nose and dye their hair bright green may not get that job that could help pay for college. Is it fair? No. But it is what it is. A woman who wears a bra and mini and walks down a street has every right to do so. But if she’s offended when men whistle, she’s an idiot. Rape is always wrong. But how is it empowering for a woman to increase her chance of having it happen to her by wearing skimpy clothes? I don’t get that brand of feminism.

        • Bathing Suit Area

          So what were you wearing when you typed that? I need to know whether or not to take it seriously.

      • Grandma HeadInjury

        Putting words in peoples mouths….verbal rape much, BSA?

  • thetreyman

    i once posted a comment with a pic, here on twitchy, no worse than the pics above and it got removed by the moderator. nice double standard twitchy.

    • Lord Foggybottom

      I replied with a word in the title of this article (begins with S, rhymes with butt) and it went into the moderator queue. Inconsistent enforcement of their rules and political correctness run amok.

      • thetreyman

        seems like it’s acceptable for twitchy to post half naked photos of women as long as you are making fun of them. but if you are responding to someone who says a woman isn’t all that and you put up a pic to counter that argument then that is unacceptable.

        • trixiewoobeans

          I got one taken off about a week ago, then someone else said the same thing and they let it stay, but oh well, they’re doing their job to the best of their abilities under the criteria set out for them, so I’ll be an adult and not moan about it.

          • thetreyman

            if you don’t speak up then how can we get rid of the double standard that exists here.

          • trixiewoobeans

            Ask the Moderator, they’re pretty good about advising you.

          • thetreyman

            sure thing. moderator, why does twitchy have a double standard?

      • origionalwinja

        thats an automated computer program that scans the text of all posts before allowing it to show up. its not inconsistent, its a computer….

      • Bathing Suit Area

        Yeah, I get why it’s worth flagging comments like that most of the time, but an exception should at least be made when it’s the topic of conversation.

    • Maxwell

      I think it has more to do with Disques than twitchy, because the same will happen on other websites that use Disques.

  • Rocket Surgeon

    If I walk around in an expensive suit, flashing rolls of cash, does that mean that I’m “asking to be robbed”? No. But it does make it more likely, doesn’t it??? I use common sense to keep myself and my loved ones as safe as possible. Until we have no more evil people, there will always be a burden on the innocents.

    • Damien Johnson

      Somebody needs to organize “richwalk” or something like that just to parody this and do exactly what you said.

      • Grandma HeadInjury

        ^^THIS^^

    • Bathing Suit Area

      So are you telling men not to wear expensive suits?

  • americanexile

    They’re right. Dressing like a slut doesn’t mean you’re asking for sex. It means you’re a pathetic, insecure person begging for society to superficially validate you as an attractive person.

    • Bathing Suit Area

      “Dressing like a slut” is an empty concept with no meaning. The fact that you still think it’s an actual useful category is the problem.

      • Stephen L. Hall

        Quite true, they ought to say “dressing like a prostitute” or a “streetwalker” as the status of slut is by definition a description of promiscuous behavior and not attire. However, your observation applies equally to those in the parade, and the very name of the parade itself, who identify themselves by such misnomer.

        • Bathing Suit Area

          The status of prostitute or street walker is also defined by actions and not attire.

          • Stephen L. Hall

            As advertised.

      • Grandma HeadInjury

        So, what is this emptily conceptualized “SlutWalk” you are all defensive about?

        • Bathing Suit Area

          It was basically pointing out that the whole “slut” myth is false.

  • Guest

    This “Slutwalk” business is just so stupid and dangerous. So, the basic premise is a woman can dress how she wants. Fine with me, but reality won’t change because of a great feminist lecturer you saw. If you dress to attract masculine attention, you’re going to do so. Some of that attention you attract won’t be thinking the same way you do, and some of it won’t give a shit about how empowered you feel Th aforementioned Canadian cop was just bluntly stating a truth. Behaving and acting certain ways brings about certain results is a premise that can not be gainsaid So, what does an event like this do to help young women cope with this truth? Nothing, so far as I can tell. Blurring boundaries, saying rape is survivable, and shouting feminist cliches? What is being communicated to there intended audience? “Fuck your morals,” “Consent is not a dress;”what does that even mean? Rape is survivable? How about rape is preventable, or avoidable,, or easily stopped. They may disagree, but it comes out to dodging personal responsibility.Too frequently, what we get is a Duke Lacrosse case. Empowerment is about communicating your intentions clearly, evaluating the consequences of your actions upon your environments, and giving yourself practical tools for changing situations. None of that is found here. Such thinking results in young women getting themselves in all sorts of situations: some ridiculous and some very dangerous. All of which they have no idea how to handle. Seen it first hand, and it is just infuriating. Typical progressive nonsense: childish and so useless it’s dangerous. All these women and “men” need to start acting like adults. THey’ll be more empowered immediately.

    • idalily

      Rape is not preventable nor is it ever justifiable. But one can lower one’s chances of having it happen by not doing completely idiotic things.

  • George Washington Mclintock

    This business is just so stupid and dangerous. So, the basic
    premise is a woman can dress how she wants. Fine with me, but reality
    won’t change because of a great feminist lecturer you saw. If you dress
    to attract masculine attention, you’re going to do so. Some of that
    attention you attract won’t be thinking the same way you do, and some of
    it won’t care about how empowered you feel. The aforementioned
    Canadian cop was just bluntly stating a truth. Behaving and acting
    certain ways brings about certain results is a premise that can not be
    gainsaid So, what does an event like this do to help young women cope
    with this truth? Nothing, so far as I can tell. Blurring boundaries,
    saying rape is survivable, and shouting feminist cliches? What is being
    communicated to there intended audience? “Fuck your morals,” “Consent is
    not a dress;”what does that even mean? Rape is survivable? How about
    rape is preventable, or avoidable,, or easily stopped. They may
    disagree, but it comes out to dodging personal responsibility.Too
    frequently, what we get is a Duke Lacrosse case. Empowerment is about
    communicating your intentions clearly, evaluating the consequences of
    your actions upon your environments, and giving yourself practical tools
    for changing situations. None of that is found here. Such thinking
    results in young women getting themselves in all sorts of situations:
    some ridiculous and some very dangerous. All of which they have no idea
    how to handle. Seen it first hand, and it is just infuriating. Typical
    progressive nonsense: childish and so useless it’s dangerous. All these
    women and “men” need to start acting like adults. THey’ll be more
    empowered immediately.

    • MNWoman

      When I was in college (liberal education at its finest) we had all kinds of “feminist” discussions.

      I stayed quiet because I am a realist. I didn’t buy into the whole femisist argument that we can dress how we want to and people need to accept it.

      Yes, rape is a heinous crime and at no point should the clothes you wear be used as a justification for the brutal, criminal actions of a violent rapist. It is a fine line between blaming the victim and speaking the truth when someone says don’t dress in a way that attracts attention.

    • Stephen L. Hall

      I would refer you to my response to tjp77.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYRtmMxB5yw CrossWinds

    Every person is held responsible for their own actions and self-control, no matter what the other person does. There is no excuse for rape under any circumstance……..

    ………Galatians 5:22-23…….

    22 But the Holy Spirit produces this kind of fruit in our lives: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23 gentleness, and self-control. There is no law against these things!

  • tjp77

    Funny how women who own guns don’t need to go on ‘slut walks’ for ‘solidarity’ against rape.

    This is nothing but deep insecurity on parade.

  • tops116

    And tomorrow, these women will go to a rally complaining about being objectified.

    • dagnytaggart

      Yes, and their teenaged daughters will wear t-shirts that say “save second base” in support of breast cancer awareness, but they will complain loudly if boys at their school so much as look in the direction of their breasts or wants to actually go to second base. Blur lines much?

      • idalily

        And Cosmo will have an ad for sexy office attire next to an article about the evils of sexual harassment on the job. The editors will think nothing of it.

        • Bathing Suit Area

          There is no contradiction between those.

          • idalily

            You don’t think so? Given your other posts, that’s not surprising.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            Some people will advertise their places of business, yet also employ security guards to keep out people who aren’t welcome. Do you consider that contradictory?

          • idalily

            You really have a habit of trying to find equivalence between things that are not equivalent, don’t you?

          • Bathing Suit Area

            I try to explain things via analogy.

            Folks around here have a habit of simply saying “but that’s not the same!” and considering that a real rebuttal, don’t they?

          • idalily

            That’s because your analogies make no sense. Duh.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            Feel free to explain where you think the analogy is broken.

          • idalily

            I’ve wasted enough time on your other silly analogies. I think other posters here can see that, too, so I’ll pass.

    • mapache

      or ignored

  • tjp77

    Funny how women who own guns don’t need to participate in spectacles like this for ‘solidarity’ against rape and sexual abuse.

    This is nothing but deep insecurity on parade.

  • ObamaFail

    This is all well and good. But really, it doesn’t matter what a woman is wearing. If some piece of human garbage wants to rape them, he’s not going to look for a woman in a skimpy outfit. He’s going to look for a woman he thinks is vulnerable. Walking alone at night, no signs she might be armed, etc.
    I know a girl who was raped, and the night she was raped, she was wearing a sweater and blue jeans. She walked home alone, didn’t know someone was following her, when she went down a back road taking a short cut, the piece of trash attacked her.
    So marching in your underwear isn’t going to change the fact that a rapist is going to be a rapist no matter how slutty or non-slutty a girl is dressed.

    • tjp77

      You bring up a very good point, and one which I really don’t think anyone ever talks about. I really wonder if there is any data which suggests that women wearing ‘sexy’ outfits are assaulted more than women in ‘plain’ outfits.

      My guess is no. But I think these activists are a lot more angry at the idea of morals and personal judgement than they are about rape.

      • Stephen L. Hall

        In truth, this is not directed at preventing sexual assault, but at tearing apart potential legal defenses of those perhaps falsely accused. The questions surrounding what an alleged victim was wearing and how she was acting and how intoxicated she was always occurs in the context of establishing that she consented, that her observed behavior was consistent with the claim that she consented, and/or the accused reasonably believed that she had consented. Actions and behaviors which might raise a reasonable doubt in a juror’s mind. These radicals seek to eliminate and ridicule this line of questioning and eliminate any defense of consent. (Unless you have her consent video taped which raises other legal questions.) Without such defense, merely to be accused would be to be guilty.

        • SpiffyMclure

          That you believe what a rape victim was wearing has anything to do with consent, proves that these demos are making a valid point.

          • Stephen L. Hall

            That you can read a response and not understand anything said therein proves that you are a moron.

          • SpiffyMclure

            You believe radicals are trying to remove the legal defense that what a rape victim was wearing has some bearing on whether she consented or not. You don’t like that and think it’s a liberal plot to throw innocent men in jail. It’s barking mad, but I understood just fine.

          • Stephen L. Hall

            You understood nothing. How an alleged victim was dressed is objective evidence which may support a legal defense when combined with their observed behavior. It is “barking mad” to think that it has no bearing. It is insulting and offensive to misstate what I said as “what a rape victim was wearing has anything to do with consent.” You lied, it is that simple.

          • SpiffyMclure

            Lied? Odd, you just said the same thing again.

            “How an alleged victim was dressed (is) objective evidence which may support a legal defense.”

            The *only* defense to rape is consent.

          • Stephen L. Hall

            That is not the *only* defense to a rape accusation . . . it may also have never happened, as the Duke Lacrosse case shows.

            Again you lie and misquote me. You place a period at the end of my phrase leaving out ” when combined with their observed behavior.” You can not be that stupid, you must be that evil that you can not quote honestly.

          • SpiffyMclure

            I didn’t misquote you. I quoted the part that’s relevant verbatim. What a rape victim wears isn’t relevant whether it’s “combined with their observed behavior” or not. That’s the entire point of the demo we’re discussing.

          • Stephen L. Hall

            To provide a partial quote out of context and not indicate that you have omitted part of the quote is a misquote and is fundamentally dishonest.

            And an objective observable fact which “has any tendency to make a fact more or less probable than it would be without the evidence . . . .” is the very definition of relevant. (Fed. Rules of Evidence #401(a).)

          • SpiffyMclure

            Fine. If it’ll make you happy, I’ll go back and add “..” but it won’t change the meaning, or the context, one iota. The length of a rape victim’s skirt, the height of her heels or the sheerness of her top doesn’t make any “fact more or less probable than it would be without the evidence.”

          • Stephen L. Hall

            Yes, it does. First, you have presumed that the person is a “rape victim” and not a person slandering an innocent person. An accused is “presumed innocent until proven guilty.” That the accuser was dressing in a manner designed to attract sexual attention “has a tendency to make [the claim of consent] more . . . probable than it would be without the evidence.”

            If you were so accused, what evidence would you try to present to cast doubt on the claims of your accuser?

          • SpiffyMclure

            “That the accuser was dressing in a manner designed to attract sexual attention..”

            What the hell does that even mean? Let’s say I find ladies in business suits hot. Does that mean that any woman dressed in a business suit – modest by the standards we’re discussing here – was dressing in a manner “designed” to attract my sexual attention? The idea that there’s some sort of dress code for rape/not-rape is ludicrous.

            “If you were so accused, what evidence would you try to present to cast doubt on the claims of your accuser?”

            Defense lawyers always try to put the victim on trial. That, BTW, is why many rapes and sexual assaults go unreported and many rapists unprosecuted. Many victims cite avoiding the trauma of testifying in court as the reason for not pressing ahead with charges. Things like dickhead lawyers insinuating they were “asking for it” by wearing a skirt above the knee.

          • pinkelephant22

            It’s relatively common for women to dress skimpy, dance or act very suggestively, drink until they pass out — with guys then having sex w/them — perhaps believing the woman ‘consented’ earlier.

            Those types of scenarios are obviously quite different than a woman being chased down and forcibly raped. The same is true with charges of sexual assault of a minor: a 49 yr old male fondling an 8 yr old little girl is quite different than an 18 yr old guy messing around with his 15 yr old girlfriend.

  • dagnytaggart

    Personally, I think the police officer’s comments about how a woman dresses were foolish, but I think this demonstration is even more foolish.

    • dagnytaggart

      That said, I should also mention that putting yourself in risky situations increases the odd of something bad happening. When I was in college, a kid drank himself silly and his buddies shaved off the front half of one eyebrow, from the center in. He was stuck looking like a fool for weeks until it grew out. Did he deserve it? Probably not. Did he put himself in a risky situation by drinking so much that he passed out? Yep. Thankfully nothing worse happened.

      • Bathing Suit Area

        How foolish of that guy to think that he could actually trust his friends.

        • MarcusFenix

          Pfft, Never trust anyone completely. Words to live by, my friend.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            So you only ever sleep alone behind locked doors? Sounds lonely.

          • MarcusFenix

            That’s not what I meant, specifically. Your comment was about people trusting their friends.

            My point is, you should never really trust your friends -completely-. People lie. They cheat. Sometimes, the people you think are your friends, just aren’t…and who better to stab you in the back than people who know exactly where to strike?

            Point is…trusting people is all well and good to a certain extend. But never turn your proverbial back on them completely. In my personal life, I don’t -expect- people to do that…but I am, at least, prepared for the event.

            just my 2 cents.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            Sure, but the comment I was initially replying to defined being unconscious with friends in the house as foolishness, which to me seems crazily paranoid.

          • MarcusFenix

            Fair enough.

            In playing devil’s advocate though…it *was* a college setting with a bunch of drunk people. I’m not expecting too much sanity in that situation. :)

  • pinkelephant22

    The girl with “fk your morals” written on her belly should realize that laws regarding sexual consent are based on morals.

    • Clete Torres

      She’s not that deep.

    • unknown

      I was confused who her message was directed at. Are rapists known to have morals?

    • Grandma HeadInjury

      What if my morals said “No.” Does that make her a rapist? Do I get to do a “MoralWalk” and get taken semi-seriously by masculine women and effeminate men the world over?

  • mapache

    I would not do any of them even if they begged….what a bunch of losers.

    • SpiffyMclure

      Refusing to “do” all these begging women must’ve broken a lot of hearts.

  • jenndee

    I know when I was in my early twenties I tended to be all about me, but this takes human selfishness to a new level. Go and feed the hungry, or put some clothes on and volunteer to clean up the city. Don’t bring your filthy freak parade to the streets, for your made up cause. Disgusting!

  • Chimfish

    They think if they shout something loud enough then it’ll become rational. In reality, giving a woman advice to avoid rapists is no more an endorsement of rape than advising people to lock their car doors is an endorsement of theft. If you truly want to put an end to women being raped, why limit the ways to reduce it from happening? Why is any method that helps reduce rape beyond saying, “Don’t rape!” a bad thing? Likewise, I’d like to live in a world where nobody has to lock their doors, but I’d never think that only yelling “Don’t steal!” is the method of achieving that.

  • gman213

    I’m not sure what to make of this…I usually have a response, this is so f*+king stupid it’s like a train wreck….just watch it I guess

  • Peyton

    As if the people who are attackers care what the people of this march are saying.

    • idalily

      I saw a documentary about rape once. Researchers interviewed convicted rapists, showing them video of various women doing daily activities: shopping, walking in the park, etc. They then asked the men which women they would pick as potential victims. Virtually ALL the men picked the same women. If feminists really wanted to help women avoid rape, they might start with the “triggers” that show rapists an easy mark. Women who are drunk are vulnerable. Women in short, pull-uppable skirts are more vulnerable. Women alone at night in an alley are more vulnerable. Women without a firearm are more vulnerable. Why is this so hard to understand and accept?

  • Sureitis

    Skankwalk 2013. Congrats, Feminazis…

  • ICOYAR

    The ironic thing is that they are all so ugly, NO rapist would want them.

    • Clete Torres

      Reminds me of this:

    • SpiffyMclure

      Yeah, cause those grannies in flannel nighties that get raped are so hot.

  • Clete Torres

    What the hell is wrong with people these days?

    SMFH

  • Junie3

    Everyone has a purpose in life, right? I sort of thought it was a serious thing.

  • Steve_J

    What’s it got to do with sluts it looks more like pervs.

  • Steve_J

    I thought it was a slut walk but it looks more like pervs.

  • Steve_J

    It looks more like the pervs from San Fran showed up.

  • Rick

    I never understand liberals…what exactly are the protesting? That they want to be able to wear underwear in public, and not attract the wrong kind of guy?….

    I like the dingbat who says “fuck your morals”….my morals say not to rape, kill or steal……sooooooo not sure what you have against them?

  • http://odinslounge.wordpress.com/ Moose

    Other things they’re not asking for, acceptable answers include dignity and respect.

  • Zhenia Oleynik

    dibs on the redhead

    • SpiffyMclure

      I’m thinking it’s attitudes like this that said woman is protesting against.

      • Zhenia Oleynik

        No, it was just a successful attempt at drawing the silly trolls out of the woodwork.

        • SpiffyMclure

          Phew. For a minute there, I thought your dickish comment was for real. Carry on.

  • annoyinglittletwerp

    As soon as I saw the preview…I knew where itt was. Degenerates have destroyed my former ‘hometown’. Chicago was a very cool place at one time-despite its politics. That was a long time ago. *I’m also 43-so do the math*

  • annoyinglittletwerp

    ‘Spit in the face of your rapist…’ Why spit, when a .38 Special being shoved in the face of a rapist is likely to be much more effective.

    • jerry148

      Cuz guns are baaaaaad

  • DondaLonda

    Trying to teach all the pervs a lesson with their wildest dreams?

  • seemorejustice

    Feminists tight lipped on the “War on Women” regarding Conservative women like Sarah Palin and Michele Bachmann wouldn’t have to worry about rape if they just remained as ‘tight lipped’!

    Slut Walk crowd, Liberals can have ’em! Somehow, they seem more content to disgust and agitate then work toward solutions. If I’m wrong, someone tell me what they have accomplished, other than looking like the idiotic Low Information voters that have given us what we got!

  • TYPE O NEGATIVE

    How come the only ones who flaunt it are the ones with stuff you don’t want to see?

    • robert anthony

      It’s like the way-past menopausal ladies always leading ‘choice’ rallies screaming ‘keep your laws out of my vagina!!’.

  • lisanemo

    Doesn’t beat the good old Folsom Festival in San Fran Imho

  • lisanemo

    Rape is about dominating the victim and from all the various news stories I have read throughout my life it hasn’t mattered what the victim is wearing. Strippers, prostitutes, school children, little old ladies in their very unsexy nighties get raped. So in my way of thinking this Slutwalk is silly and an excuse for women to dress in their lingerie and show off.
    Yes, some rapists try the old, “It was how she dressed.” routine, but ultimately it is just a power game.
    How do you fix that? Better parenting? Better education?

  • jerry148

    I like the one that says “fuck your morals”. Like what the hell does *that* even mean? We’re not gonna dress like respectable people, we’re gonna prowl around in bras and panties? I fail to see the point.

    • Grandma HeadInjury

      My morals told her “no.” Your move, slutwalker…

    • robert anthony

      Yeah, real message dichotomy there…rapists don’t have morals about it…so, who’s she talking to?

      • Bathing Suit Area

        Probably the people who define “morals” as “hiding skin”.

  • Julius500

    I’d be tempted to participate in normal clothes. I agree that clothing does not make consent, but I don’t think you should have to undress to make that point.

    • Bathing Suit Area

      You don’t have to. Lots of people attend, fully dressed, in all sorts of clothing.

  • Mr_Wrestling_XIII

    Now, I feel like jamming to Blurred lines for some reason… Everybody get up!

  • marssnw

    Judging by those pictures, I don’t think they have anything to worry about. Especially the dudes.

  • dtrumpet

    When I see this demonstration in the Middle East or other parts of the world that aren’t woman friendly I will be impressed. This kind of demonstration only works in places where the vast majority of people already agree with you. Pontificating to the choir solves nothing. It is the easy way.

  • George Pepper

    This is a public service. A mass self-disqualification exhibition, if you know what I mean.

  • $9095232

    they are perfect– inflated self-images (don’t kid yourself this is like halloween jr for the gals to do their dress up, and they look like crap in this case), inability to separate non-rapist-safety-recommendations from some kind of patriarchal ‘morality’, zero humor or ability to appreciate entertainment whatsoever, and some of the least sexy recommendations for male-female interaction possible. sign here for consent, ma’am, oh yeah now we’re talking…

  • Perro

    They do it to get attention. Would any of us be discussing this if it were a march consisting of normally dressed people? They are protesting the objectification of the female body while employing that objectification to get attention for their protest.

  • Laka

    Let’s try a little thought exercise: If you walk around purposely insulting people, many of them will be offended, some will insult you back, a few might punch you in the nose, and if you do it to the really wrong person, he might kill you.

    Everyone understands that violence and murder are not justified in response to an insult. But everyone understands that there are sick, violent people out there, and therefore we generally are careful not to insult people gratuitously.

    Here’s something that I hope you understand is true of the world: Men are affected by the way women look. Sorry, but it’s true. You might make some men feel bad about it, but you cannot change it. Which brings us to what is likely the real reason for these “protests.” To say we shouldn’t be affected by womens’ appearance is an attempt to shame us for our nature.

    At the same time, these protests deny women’s humanity too. Don’t they have a right to want to be sexy, as opposed to fashionable? My guess is that the same thing that makes men look, is exactly the same thing that makes women display. Thank goodness.

  • Rocky 777

    Thanks for the pics!
    Now for some sanity. If I leave my keys in my car I’m an idiot. It’s going to get stolen. Just a matter of time. Stealing my car is still a crime, and the person who does it should go to jail, but that doesn’t make it a good idea for me to leave my keys in the damn thing.

  • Kim Jung Il

    They are arguing with a straw man.

    Who exactly says rape is OK?

    This is just an excuse for unemployed Women’s Studies majors to get together.

  • ejochs

    F your morals? Like the ones that say don’t rape people?

  • John c

    ugly girls and gays-nice crowd

  • $1014973

    Why is it that these women who insist on taking off their clothes in some form of protest are typically as attractive as road kill?

    • Funeral guy

      They remind me of the folks I saw on an HBO documentary about swingers. A bigger collection of mutts (male and female) would be impossible to find. Exhibitionists who parade their sex business in the street are usually the last people you’d want to have sex with.

  • Dusty Thompson

    Woman are universally insane… That includes woman with d**ks like 0bama and Bawny Fwrank…

  • saywhatsaywhat

    Looks like nothing but a bunch of narcissists just trying to get looked at. A typical left wing gathering.

  • ss396

    How does the old saying go? “Don’t advertise what’s not for sale.?

  • ss396

    How does the old saying go? “Don’t advertise what’s not for sale.?

  • Grandma HeadInjury

    I see we have a couple of “guys” here reminiscent of the bro choicers who have selfish reasons to want to champion abortion on demand.

    “The less those gals wear, the more fap material I have. Stop insisting they cover up! I insist!”

  • Funeral guy

    Further proof (as if any more were needed) that leftism is a mental illness.

  • Reggie Mcveggie

    uh, i’d say most of those ladies are safe wearing such little clothing. they actually need the close to hide some problem areas…

  • http://ragingvanity.wordpress.com/ God is Laughing

    Maybe the girl in the blue top should still be asking for a bra,