It all started when Constable Michael Sanguinetti of Toronto Police Service said during a crime prevention forum that "women should avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimized". He later apologized for his remarks but on the 3rd of April 2011 right in Toronto, a crowd of about 3000 people gathered for the first time for a public protest which echoed all around the world under the name of "Slut Walk". So, on August the 13th about 350 people took on the street and joined Munich's first Slut Walk. I thought I couldn't miss that and went there with the intention of shooting another time-lapse video along the lines of the surfers' one but it was a looooong walk! about 2 hours from Goetheplatz to Marienplatz and I'm still putting together the footage but here are some stills.

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[...] Eventually, here's also the video.

In my mind, for some reason, this was going to be a not-so-dynamic event so I got to the meeting point thinking "ok, let's find some nice spots to shoot from and easy peasy" but no, after a 2-hour chase and 3214 frames this is what came out of my unsteady cam.

http://www.vimeo.com/32831536