Wednesday, June 15, 2011


One of the most hurtful things in the world.
Rape can hurt you in many ways. Emotionally, physical, mentally. All these things happen when your raped.; and after being raped your never the same. Most people never go back to the way they were. Everyone is affected differently and its sucks and its horrible.

When you say NO. and the person doesnt stop you know something is wrong. You fight or you hide. but after words you feel so dirty and you feel like you can never get clean no matter how hard your scrub or how many long hot showers you take.

Being raped can be gruesome. Most females in America can prevent from being raped. But for the many who cant. They can never be the same. They can change for good or for bad. With there experience they can save the future women in america. Or on the other hand they can just hide for the rest of there lives and feel like they lost a part of who they were.

But No.One. should have to go through being Physically attacked. So i Conscious am standing up for Peoples rights. And taking the Slut walk of Seattle. Its Sunday june 19th. so instead of spending the day laying around hang with your dad. go out and help stand up for peoples rights against being raped.

The slut walk of seattle is.

We are going to march and rally to show that, no matter what you're wearing, no one deserves to be raped, assaulted, or harassed.

Note that this event isn't just for women, and isn't just for women dressed as sluts. We want all Sluts AND Allies there-- dress as you please, whether it's a corset and fishnets or sweatpants and a t-shirt. Because victim-blaming affects people of all genders, and no matter what you're wearing, you don't deserve to be targeted for it.

Inspired by our friends and allies in Toronto, we Western Washingtonians are ready to stand up, fight the sexist social acceptance of rape in our culture, and reclaim the word "slut."

SlutWalk began after a Toronto police officer said, "women should avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimized." Sadly, this mentality of blaming the victim, instead of the perpetrator of the crime, has become all too common.

SlutWalk Seattle will be held on June 19, 2011, from 12 to 3. We'll meet at Bobby Morris Playfield, then walk west along Pine Street to rally at Westlake Center.

Here is the facebook page go here and find out more.

If you cant make it but would like to donate to the foundation here is the link.

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Come stand up to being able to be yourself and to be protected!

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