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Slut Walk' Comes to Texas, Complete With 'Hey-Hey-Ho-Ho' Chant

"We understand that no means no!"

Rivers (generally) flow from north to south. And so too, apparently, does the "slut walk" trend.

The initial slut walk happened in Toronto last month. But with the movement's sights set on becoming an international phenomenon, it hit the U.S. of A last week in Dallas. Once again, participants were trumpeting their message of woman's empowerment, and that one's clothing shouldn't be blamed for her becoming a rape victim.

As with so many protests these days, the slut walkers came up with their own "hey-hey-ho-ho" chant:

"Hey, hey, ho, ho, we understand that no means no."

"I want to end victim blaming," protestor Britt Shulte told KDAF-TV. "This is still a really prevailing concept and idea in our society that our apparel dictates the kind of treatment we receive and it dictates the respect that we receive."

But the walkers weren't just women. One man showed up to profess his love for sluts:

Americans can expect to so many more self-professed sluts taking to the streets. According to the group's website, there are 27 more marches planned this summer, from Boston, to Austin, to Denver.

Sluts unite?

One last thing…
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