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In almost all countries, Slutwalks are repeated annually, although not always in the same cities. Some protests select their dates to match significant events such as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women   and the World Youth Day. There were some interactions noted between the organizers in different countries. Organizers from Argentina had previously contacted their counterparts in Mexico and Venezuela through social networks, and artist Adriana Minolitti participated in Mexican Slutwalks before becoming an organizer herself at Buenos Aires.
They were, in turn, contacted by organizers in Bolivia and Uruguay to get assistance. The Panama News. October 26, Archived from the original on May 8, Retrieved December 4, Alert, the sluts are walking to Latin America! The Latin American protests shared the same purpose as those in other continents, but were additionally directed at local state authorities   and members of the Catholic church  whose public comments they saw as reinforcing gender stereotypes and a culture of violence against women.
Protesters wore Catholic costumes in several countries,   while many protests demanded a secular state and blamed the Catholic church for holding back women's rights. Some protests evolved into permanent organizations, continued working throughout the year to combat violence against women ,   and participated or organized events other than the typical Slutwalks to raise awareness on sexual assault. The organizers, most of them belonging to women's and human rights organizations, described the march as "not a strategy to fight, but a union of women and men to demand respect for the individual liberties of women.
A document issued by the organizers states: "we will march to demand an end to all forms of violence against women , the figure of femicide as aggravation incorporated into the penal code , budget for the implementation of the Domestic Violence Act and the processing and approval of the law for voluntary interruption of pregnancy. The main theme for the protest were sexual stereotypes. The march began with an exposition of photographs from the previous rally.
There were also workshops and debate spaces regarding intimate and social respect, non-sexist education and media violence , while several music bands performed on stage. We need to raise awareness and create spaces for reflection and debate so we can take our slogans to our daily lives. We need society to stop justifying, tolerating or minimizing sexual abuses, and to stop victim-blaming. It began with an open space for sharing experiences of abuse, most of which had happened to the speakers during childhood or as teenagers, and kept silenced during years.