Big Government Mocks Anti-Rape Protestors


In a May 8 post on Big Government, Larry O'Connor* mocked a recent "slutwalk" protest in Boston. The rally originated as a way to protest a Toronto official who suggested that women could avoid being sexually assaulted by not "dressing like sluts." The protests featured anti-rape, anti-sexism slogans described by O'Connor as "snappy little chants." From Big Government:

From the Associated Press:

Holding signs and chanting "We love sluts!" approximately 2,000 protesters marched Saturday in Boston, as the city officially become the latest to join an international series of protests against sexism and rape, known as "SlutWalks."

As with any of these organized marches drummed up by the left, the protesters were supplied with list of snappy little chants to scream at the top of their lungs. A little on-line investigation uncovered the chants. Aren't they clever:

*This post has been updated to correct the spelling of Larry O'Connor's name. Media Matters regrets the error.

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