In pictures: Rape culture protested in Jerusalem's fourth-annual 'SlutWalk'

Rally through traditionally conservative capital see many scantily-clad protesters carry placards, shouting slogans against sexual harassment and assault.

May 29, 2015 19:28

The fourth-annual 'SlutWalk' in Jerusalem, MAy 29, 2015.. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM/THE JERUSALEM POST)


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Hundreds demonstrators took to the streets of Jerusalem on Friday, protesting rape culture in the fourth-annual Mitzad Sharmuta (SlutWalk) march.

The rally through the traditionally conservative capital saw many scantily-clad protesters carry placards and shouting slogans against sexual harassment and assault.

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The now international SlutWalk phenomenon was inspired by group of Canadian women who launched the campaign in 2011 in response to a policeman’s comment that if women want to avoid being attacked they should not dress in perceivably  promiscuous attire.

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