One photo shows a woman in a low-cut top picking up spilled change. Another shows a teenager’s thong rising up her backside. Colleen Westendorf, a spokesperson for SlutWalk, views such photography on the Internet as harassment of women. “Voyeurism affects women in the same ways all forms of violence, harassment and sexism affect women,” Westendorf said.
More than 1,000 protestors hit the streets on Sunday for Toronto’s first “Slutwalk”, organized in response to controversial comments made by a police constable earlier this year.
A group of women will be stomping and strutting at Queen’s Park Sunday, unified in a unique event: the Slutwalk.