October 2nd, the MTSU chapter of YAL attended, tabled at, and was an official ally of the Nashville Slutwalk.
The ... what? Slutwalk is an international movement to fight the blaming of the victims of sexual abuse and violence for the actions taken against them. It was started after a police officer in Canada told a classroom of girls that if they didn't want to get raped then they should not dress like "sluts." But the fact of the matter is that women and men are abused and raped everyday irrespective of what they are wearing.
Slutwalk is a controversial event, even amongst feminists, but from a libertarian perspective sponsoring the event made perfect sense. Given that we all own our bodies, it would be utterly perverse to blame someone for violation of their right to self-ownership.
The message of the event was instead of solely teaching people how to avoid getting raped, they ought to be taught not to rape.
Everyone wore what ever they wanted to. Some chose to dress provactively, while others wore ordinary clothes some holding signs saying, "This is what I was wearing when I was raped. Did I deserve it?"  
Some higher quality photos of the event were taken by Chris M. Scruggs.