‘SlutWalk’ protest attracts record crowd of male supporters
A protest march at comments by a Canadian police officer that women should not dress provocatively to avoid being sexually assaulted, attracted record crowds in London today.
‘Phwoar!’ observed one sympathetic onlooker. ‘I’m glad they got a hot day for it. This is much better than the Countryside Alliance march,’ he continued, before adding, ‘but only because the socio-sexual issues at stake are so significant.’
The female protesters praised the police for their sensitive handling of the march. ‘The officers kept insisting we hold our placards up higher, and jiggle them up and down,’ said Ms Helen Lovelace, 36-24-34. ‘Judging by their whistles and whoops, it seems they were really supportive of our cause.’
However, there was one complaint. ‘I had to ask one officer to stop prodding me with his truncheon,’ explained leggy blonde, Amanda Plenty, 23. ‘But he just winked at me and claimed to be unarmed.’
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Posted: May 11th, 2011 by Guest
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