Podcast
Frieda Werden | Jagori Women's Resource Centre in Delhi has 10 years' experience in applied research and multi-stakeholder organizing from the ground up, to make cities safer for women to enjoy.
Blog
Meghan Murphy | Taking on patriarchy's message and making it "our own" will never liberate women as a class.
Blog
Photo: Mo Ismailzai
various | We live in a moment where gendered violence is downplayed to such a degree that responses to it are met with incredulity or eye-rolling disdain.
News
Photo: flickr/Daily Dig
Steffanie Pinch | A lot has changed since 2011. Natalee Brouse attended the first SlutWalk and has been official organizer since 2012. rabble.ca's Steff Pinch spoke with her about how the SlutWalk has changed.
Podcast
Slutwalk
Riaz Sayani-Mulji | Women* of Hamilton Against Patriarchy discuss their concerns and critiques of Slutwalk as presented in their open letter, "Dear Hamilton Slutwalk Organizers."
News
Meghan Murphy | While other Slutwalks across the continent continue as always, Vancouver is taking a more challenging approach.
Podcast
The F Word | Slutwalk is one year old, where has the movement gone over the past year? Where is it going? Is a name-change in the cards for Slutwalk Vancouver?
News
Lucia Lorenzi | In many ways, Slutwalk is waging a battle that is unlike other protest movements. At the heart of all sexual violence is a debate over the ways in which language itself informs actions.
Blog
Meghan Murphy | Is harm reduction really just another excuse to blame the victim when it comes to violence against women in prostitution?
Blog
Meghan Murphy | While women's rights group, Femen, may have the attention of the media, is their message being heard? Is nude protesting a useful strategy in this case or is it just reinforcing sexism?
News
Meghan Murphy | Desperation, coupled with the growing influence of neo-liberal discourse, has led mainstream feminism to look for empowerment where there is none.
Blog
Meghan Murphy | A critique of comparisons between Slutwalk and the Occupy movement.