If you're not aware of what SlutWalk is all about, the activist movement began in reaction to a Toronto police officer's comment in 2011 that in order for women to remain safe, they should be careful how they dress and should avoid "dressing like sluts".
The intent is to raise awareness of victim-blaming and address rape culture.
The first SlutWalk was held in Toronto and has since been held in various countries around the world.
All genders are welcome, as one of their goals is to emphasize that this isn't a women's problem but a societal one, and participants can wear whatever they want.
The event has drawn both support and criticism, and has faced confusion and misinterpretation as one organizer informed us in an interview in 2013.
This year's SlutWalk Vancouver will begin at the Vancouver Art Gallery (750 Hornby Street) at 2 p.m. on Sunday (June 7) with a number of speakers, followed by a march through downtown Vancouver.