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Not ever

“its not the way you dress that casue's rape , rapists cause RAPE noone EVER asks to be raped honestly not EVER…”
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Author: Stephanie, Female Glasgow
Date: 13/07/10
Category: Dress
Replies: 0

it's nothing to do with clothes

“Far too often the survivor of rape knows the rapist, doesn't matter what they are wearing, far too often the survivor of rape is ignored, ignored because to everyone else the rapist is 'a nice guy', 'a pillar of the community' or 'a loving father and husband'. Why do these people manage…”
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Author: May, Female aberdeen
Date: 10/07/10
Category: Dress
Replies: 4

Dangerous campaign

“Under no circumstances is a woman to blame for her own rape. But if a woman dresses provocatively, the chances of this happening are likely to increase. This advert is likely to give some women the impression that they can do as they please (e.g. wear short skirts and generally not look…”
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Author: Kenneth, Male Edinburgh, Scotland
Date: 10/07/10
Category: Dress
Replies: 9

Have your say

“Rape seems to be the only crime where it's seen as ok to put the victim on trial.”

Natasha, Female from Glasgow

“Short skirts don't cause rape. Rapists cause rape”

Joss, Female from Connecticut

“About time something like this was shown on TV. Hopefully it will make everyone realise there cannot be any excuse for rape - EVER.”

Helzo, Female from Renfrewshire