@Gil;It's pretty obvious if you're willing to open your
eyes and stop pretending.
@RanchTell us more. Are you saying Elmer Gantry is alive and well in
mainstream religion? Or is it just a secular narrative?
Say No says:"Now, if you want to talk about how rap music
objectifies women, I will be there right alongside you."---
Don't forget churches; when you talk about how religion objectifies women,
I'll be right alongside of you.
I didn't realize there was a prevalent POV "that a person's
clothing justifies or condones acts of violence." I'm sure you could
find a kook or two, but it is certainly NOT a common attitude.The
slut walk rallies of 2011 were also straw men.Now, if you want to
talk about how rap music objectifies women, I will be there right alongside
you.But don't expect that protest at Dixie State. If you start
messing with my playlist dude, you've gone too far.
What a wonderful idea to showcase how women are still often blamed for being
sexually assaulted. Very interesting art concept.