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Slut Walk arthaat Besharmi Morcha- Take 2



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SlutWalk Delhi arthaat Besharmi Morcha.
Sunday, 31 July.
10.30am to 12.30pm.
Jantar Mantar Road.


See you.

Comments

CRD said…
All da best. May the Dilli gals walk off as winners..

Cheers
CRD
truemate said…
slut walk or that gay walk..in these things only these delhi people will come up.. but when to fight for corruption..huuh all will hide in homes
Mishika said…
@CRD: Thank you!

@truemate: Ah, that's kind of harsh. I suggest you do some leg-work before 'trashing' our Walk.
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truemate said…
in this slutwalk no one came up... Of all the celebrities who pledged support, only Nafisa Ali turned up and along with some girls az what i have seen in news,,they looks so ugly..where was those chicks ? ahh girls frm good family will never join all these cheap publicity sluts things... Media created CRAP
Mishika said…
@truemate:
> Around 1000 people came.
> Walking is not the only way to offer support. The fact that they got in touch with us is enough.
> If it's that much of a non-issue, then why are you wasting your time commenting on every damn post.

Sincere request: Please get someone to proofread your comment before posting it. It takes me really long to figure out what you're really trying to say.
Mishika said…
@truemate:
> Around 1000 people came.
> Walking is not the only way to offer support. The fact that they got in touch with us is enough.
> If it's that much of a non-issue, then why are you wasting your time commenting on every damn post.

Sincere request: Please get someone to proofread your comment before posting it. It takes me really long to figure out what you're really trying to say.
truemate said…
@ mishika: harsh wat harsh u seen in this ? dont get charge up so early i have not even started to say anything before that only u getting fuss ! common be mature.

Or i will say because of so much of humidity and hot climate in delhi ur brain is on fire...
You are in Journalism ? right then u should know very well and figure out what others want to say or think.
truemate said…
Because of these type of slutwalks will the rapes and crimes on women will get reduced ?
Plan in a proper way and implement the things in such a way that we yield some good results. Absolutely above mentioned things about these sluts walk,will never help anyone,its just few days ka hungama thats it....RULES SHOULD BE MADE UP very strict,,doo all these morcha against the state gov,to act strictly with the culprits !
truemate said…
Less exposure is always preventive and girls should admit that BAD people are provoked by them by wearing mini and micro skirts....we know what is happening to them is unbearable but to a certain extent they are also responsible for it for following western people blindly, drinking,drugs..late nights outing etc etc. Rather than joining hands in a slutwalk, they should keep a check that they dont become one.
truemate said…
@Mishi: protest her against rapes and sexual violences.......Oh really or something else ! If i have found near by me any girls is getting harassed,then me da first to come front and help her no matters if even those peoples are road side goons,killers or some elite peoples...

The same elite who stand on stage to speak for/of woman rights showcase woman as sex object in their books and movies this leads to formation of image of woman as a sex object and hence leads to crime against woman .. It is a fact parents in todays india dont have time to teach their children to differentiate between right and wrong being shown on TV/media ,so a person (guy/gal) who grows up seeing every second female actor in TV soap having extra martiall affair takes it for granted tht sexual gratification is de ultimate aim for both sexes ... i may be being too stright forward but jst take two minutes and see wat the todays children/teenagers/youth are beign served and if they react in tht manner why we make hue and cry ! why not nip the problem in bud instead of allowign free hand to media to gratify sexual satisfaction as sole aim of one's existence why nt try to create some relialistic cinema /media ... One side says womens rigts,slut this that and on other side showeing womens as sex object ...no one can travel on 2 both at same time.
Rajat said…
@mishika: although its needless to mention, but again.. brilliant work with the walk

@truemate: bhai ya toh angrezi bolna seekh le ya bolna chodd de.. sar dard ho gaya teri bakwaas padh ke.. aur agar tere paas itne hi badhiya badhiya ideas hain jo tere anusaar duniya hila sakte hain.. toh bhai keyboard pe ungliyaan hilane ki bajaye zara haath paon hila le aur kuch kar le pehle.. jab tak khud se kuch nahi kiya tab tak ainvain baith kar bol bachan na kar.. theek hai?

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