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Sharpen your sluttee design skills

Posted by Tom Megginson | 20-09-2011 20:25 | Category: Women's Issues



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Slutwalk Toronto, the group of women who started the worldwide phenomenon, did so with a number of great feminist slogans such as “this dress is not a yes” and “because we’ve had enough”. Now they’re asking the public to provide new messages and designs for their sluttee shirts (okay, I just made that one up but they can have it on the house!) as well as other not-for-profit marketing merchandise.

According to their blog:

“When SlutWalk Toronto began, we quickly assembled the design of our logo, poster designs and later merchandise to publicize our initiative and help cover the cost of organizing and running our main event. Since then, we have received a lot of positive feedback from Toronto, across Canada and elsewhere wanting to support SlutWalk with a button or shirt. We plan to keep going and work on educational projects along with another SlutWalk next year and we’d love to have designs from our Toronto community as a way to help raise funds. Beyond funds to help SWTO going, we will be donating extra money raised to various like-minded local organizations when possible. So we’re having a contest!

Anyone from any community can submit their designs. Based on a popularity vote from our supporters, we will choose the top nine designs {we will include the original SWTO design to make an even ten} and load them up to Skreened, our chosen shirt producer. Skreened’s products are ethically made and you can read more about their mandate here. We will then sell the shirts through our shop on the Skreened site.”

Contest closes this Friday. More info here.

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Previous Slutwalk posts:

Slut Walk (lead-up to the first march)
Walking With Sluts (includes interview with organizer Sonya JF Barnett)
Return of The Sluts (following the movement’s rapid first wave of growth)



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