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  • Julia Simmons

    I mean why is it always about what the women are doing. Why does it never say anything about men NOT RAPING WOMEN. Do they have no self control, is there no accountability for the actions, they dont accidentally rape someone. Like, whoops totally didnt mean to do that. FFS!

  • Courtney A

    This sticker seen on a street sign at 11th and Olive on Capitol Hill in Seattle; probably leftover from Slutwalk.

  • Jackie S.

    The only way to stop rape is to eradicate rape culture. To eradicate rape culture, we must educate and inform all people about its causes, effects, and impact - not just women - who are usually aware of its presence - but men, too. Patriarchy hurts everyone. It's all the more important when you think about the fact that misogynist men won't listen to women (esp feminist women). Moreover, treating feminism, and ending rape in particular, as "women's work," is some massively fucked up irony.

  • April J. Waldroup

    getting to the root of the issue. it seems shockingly effective. It's amazing how women get blamed for men not being able to control themselves.

  • Mary Blakey

    indeed #feminist #rapeculture

  • Lyndsay Clark

    Don't tell women what not to wear. Tell men not to rape. #feminism

  • Hannah Cefaratti
    Hannah Cefaratti • 3 years ago

    Yeah, interesting in light of that '5 ways men are trained to hate women' article.

  • Sara Lin
    Sara Lin • 3 years ago

    I think the point of the movement is less about convincing men not to rape and more about getting society to ditch its victim-blaming mentality.

  • Grace Terrell
    Grace Terrell • 2 years ago

    Exactly ^^

  • Amanda
    Amanda • 2 years ago

    Very, very late to this party, but after spending way too long on a Reddit thread on this topic, I suspect that a lot of rape happens as a result of miscommunication, rather than explicit threats or violence, so I think this is valid. I wish more explanation was given, though, rather than just slogans. Even teaching kids to ask before hugging someone is a good start here (and helps avoid toddlers launching themselves at your unsuspecting back).

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