Must have been asking for it, must have dressed inappropriately, must have been acting like she wants it.
It is a sad reality that rape survivors still have to face such questions when they come out with their stories of being assaulted.
In an effort to make people understand that it’s NEVER the victims’ fault, Delphine Goossens, a worker in prevention services took testimonies from the students of Kansas and recreated outfits rape survivors were wearing when they were violated.
The results hit hard!
When you see you see pyjamas.
A similar exhibition was held last year and it made news across the globe from bringing home a very important message.
While last year’s exhibition was called Is It My Fault? This time it has been renamed to What Were You Wearing?
The exhibition ended today but it has made its point:
Clothes don’t determine consent.
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