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There is no doubt SlutWalk has become an international phenomenon. The Slut in Whyalla event, scheduled for Slut in Whyalla 13, is proving so popular the organisers have had to alter the route to accommodate the thousands of "sluts and their allies" who are keen to take part. But what exactly is a ''slut''?

A woman who enjoys sex? A woman who has sex? A woman who has multiple sexual partners? A woman who may be a virgin but shows her cleavage? The participants Slut in Whyalla SlutWalk, by seizing on the word, hope to take away its power.

In doing so, they compare ''slut'' to words such as ''wog'', ''queer'' and ''nigger''. Story continues below These three words are slurs used to demean a minority by members of a Slut in Whyalla. Reclaiming them was a way of affirming identity and strengthening a community's bond against the hostile, external world. Widening their use and breaking their taboo, these words could no longer be used to hurt.

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To label a woman a Slut in Whyalla is to attack her behaviour or perceived behaviour. Its power lies not in its taboo but in its very acceptance by society and its capacity to turn women against each other. There is no taboo around slut. In fact, there are few, if any, slurs as widespread. There are Facebook groups dedicated to it. It can be heard in every school playground across the country. Famous film critics use it flippantly to describe movie characters and it is applied liberally in pop culture.

Disturbingly, it's often women who are slapping the label on other women. In one episode of Desperate Housewives, Terri Hatcher's character, the likeable Susan, finds a strange woman in her Slut in Whyalla shower. When the stranger remarks that the rogue hadn't mentioned a girlfriend, Susan replies that men don't tend to ''play the girlfriend card when they go out slut-hunting''. Women pitted against each other, vying for the affections of a man.

Rather than direct her ire at her cheating boyfriend, Susan lashes out at the other woman. How do you reclaim a word that already belongs to everyone? It is so steeped in our culture that the existence of ''sluts'' is taken as a given. After all, in order to act like a slut, dress like a slut, look like a slut, there has to be a recognisable group of women who are ''sluts''. The Toronto policeman - whose advice not to dress like a slut if a woman wanted to avoid sexual assault triggered Slut in Whyalla SlutWalk movement - referred to these mysterious women in a way he knew his audience would recognise.

By earnestly advising women not to dress "like sluts" the cop was using a commonly accepted, if ambiguous, definition. The organisers of SlutWalk are not simply trying to reclaim a word - Prostitute in Quarai are trying to redefine it completely.

But is it too steeped in our culture to be redefined at this Slut in Whyalla There is such confusion around the event, the Facebook page even has young girls earnestly asking if they have to be ''sluts'' to attend.

The truth is sluts don't exist. Like the witches of yesteryear, burned at the stake for defying societal norms, they are a fictional creation of a patriarchal Slut in Whyalla that subordinates women by demanding they adhere to different rules. To acknowledge the existence of sluts, a quintessentially gendered term, is to legitimise the divisive Slut in Whyalla of patriarchy.

SlutWalk wants to reappropriate ''slut'' to mean "any person who enjoys sex". But what good is this in a culture in which women are looked down on for exactly that? In such a no-win situation, events such as SlutWalk, however well-intentioned, Slut in Whyalla not only have no tangibly positive impact, but, by reinforcing the connection between what a woman wears and how we define her as a person, may even make things worse. Skip to navigation Skip to content Skip to footer.

The protest movement is trying to reclaim the word slut as well as redefine it.

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