What we were wearing at the time of our attack was not an invitation for violence.
What we were wearing did not cause the attack; only our perpetrators caused the attack.
What we were wearing is irrelevant.
And yet by boldly showing the world what we were wearing, we believe we can open minds and shift attitudes about what sexual assault looks like.
You can see the diversity of the outfits - in terms of age, gender, culture, and occasion - and read their stories. The exhibit is intended to demonstrate the pervasiveness of the crime of sexual assault, and the many different faces of the survivors among us.