I understand where this quote is coming from, but my understanding of Slutwalk, and certainly the way Vancouver Slutwalk was organized, was to draw attention to the fact that anyone, regardless of how she/he/zhe is dressed, can be raped. The use of the word “slut”, which I understand is a controversial word, was to demonstrate how all women are considered “sluts” by a patriarchical society, and “sluts” are considered “impure” and “asking” to be raped. The attempt to re-appropriate that word is an attempt to assert control over our own sexualities, whether we are people who have lots of sex, a little sex, none at all, and to protect women and others from the type of thinking that suggests clothing equals consent in any way, shape, or form. People were walking in all sorts of attire to show that everyone should be protected from rape and shame.
I do agree though that perhaps the name of the events needs to be adjusted or changed in order to really represent more people’s experiences. Maybe an Anti-Rape Walk, or an Anti-Shame Walk might alienate less people.