As a girl who’s been called a slut once or twice (or a hundred times) in her lifetime I am especially sensitive to the anti slut-shaming movement. As someone who’s worn her fair share of tight/short dresses, I appreciate the message that just because my outfit is sexy doesn’t mean you get to rape me. And as a mother to a daughter, I am grateful for the notion of self-love and women’s empowerment it preaches and the awareness it brings to the pervasive rape culture that is often swept under the rug. BUT, with all that being said, I am still confused by parts of the “stop slut-shaming” message and I feel like I should be able to ask some important questions and state some valid points.
Join Stilettos & Sippy Cups for a funfilled day of play and shopping!
“SHOP. PLAY. SUPPORT.” is a fundraising event to support the Stilettos & Sippy Cups scholarship for mothers entering or returning to college. The event will be a treat for the entire family and will include 3 hours of open play at Kiddie City (one of Charlie B’s favorite places!), exclusive access to prime vendors, arts & crafts for little ones, a gift bag and more.
Plus, Stilettos & Sippy Cups is a 501c3 non-profit organization, so your ticket purchase not only goes towards a fantastic cause, but it’s also tax deductible. That’s a WIN-WIN!
Please click this link to buy tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/shop-play-support-tickets-20445993517
And if you’re unable to make it to the event, but would still like to contribute, please consider donating on our GoFundMe Page!