Asking for It

@article{Mccormack2012AskingFI,
  title={Asking for It},
  author={C. Mccormack and Neven Prostran},
  journal={International Feminist Journal of Politics},
  year={2012},
  volume={14},
  pages={410 - 414}
}
On the morning of 3 April 2011 we woke up . . . slowly. We were in need of water and were moving at a glacial pace. After months apart, we had reunited for a night on the town and were feeling the effects. However, instead of enjoying a typical recovery day indoors, we bundled up and stepped outside into a blustery Toronto spring day. We were determined and curious. We possessed an energy that was miraculous considering our lack of sleep. 
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Cop Apologizes for "Sluts" Remark at Law School