Victims Who Were Told That Their Clothing Got Them Sexually Assaulted Display What They Were Wearing

Each time the victim of sexual violence gets asked what they were wearing, it heartlessly implies that he or she was responsible for the assault and could have prevented it. Victim blaming drives responsibility away from a perpetrator and puts it on the victim’s shoulders. To fight against the myth that sexual assault could be prevented by the victim alone, art exhibit displaying what victims were wearing during the assault was created.

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