Society continues to blame the victim for provoking an attack by how they dressed, where they were or even the time of day.
This exhibition, displays a collection of clothing depicting outfits worn by victims at the time of sexual assault, hopes to show that the people wearing these clothes were all ages and genders living their lives. Behind the shocking statistics, data and quotes are real people, made of flesh and blood left to deal with the aftermath of sexual violence.
No matter your dress, your actions or behaviour before the assault the only person responsible is the perpetrator.
Opening on 5 August at the Wilberforce Institute, the exhibition will run until Sunday 1 September.