WATCH: ‘Slut Walk’ Participants Asked About Everything From ‘Rape Culture’ To ‘Oppression’

Slut Walk.
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On Wednesday, PragerU uploaded a video in which Will Witt attended the annual "Slut Walk" in Los Angeles, and asked participants various questions.

Witt began by asking several women why they attended the Slut Walk. One woman wearing pink ropes around her chest said: "I’m here today because I’m trying to encourage people to stop slut-shaming."

Another women said: "I’m here to exercise my right to stand up for what I believe in. [Just] gonna do what I want with my body and with my life."

A third woman said: "Until y’all have to have a period every month and give life, then you can say something. Until then, you get nothing."

Witt then asked several attendees their definition of the word "slut."

The woman in pink ropes stated that to her, "slut" means "embracing [her] body, loving [herself], and not giving a f*** about what anybody else thinks about [her]."

An African American man wearing a "SLUT" tee shirt asked Witt to define "slut." Witt replied with what is a typical cultural understand of the word, that a "slut" is someone "sleeping around, and getting with other people, [and] having relationships that don’t mean much."

The man replied: "That’s not true. It’s about a person trying to find theirself [sic]."

Witt then asked attendees if they would be okay with their own daughters calling themselves "sluts," to which several people replied in the affirmative, as long as it’s "empowering, like this event is."

An African American woman compared using the word "slut" to black people reappropriating the n-word.

Witt also asked if women are "oppressed in America," and if America has a "rape culture."

Check out the full video here:

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