Photographer Documents What Women Wore When They Were Sexually Assaulted

Photographer Documents What Women Wore When They Were Sexually Assaulted
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When any woman is sexually abused, she is always questioned on her dress which she was wearing during the incident. Well, the reason for the question being asked everytime with a victimized woman who is physically and mentally harassed is yet not cleared. Is the dress that a girl finds suitable for herself a huge concern? 

A photographer, Katherine Cambareri challenged everybody's ease by assembling the photographs of some sexually assaulted girls who were despite getting helping hands received a weird look from the society and were questioned on the dress they perhaps mistakenly wore on the most unfortunate day of their life.

Here's what I experienced, which terribly turned my life!

Via: katcphoto

So, it was this T-shirt. I really wonder what was wrong with it. 

So, it was this T-shirt. I really wonder what was wrong with it. 

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Nothing was visible from these pants and I swear it wasn't too tight. 

Nothing was visible from these pants and I swear it wasn't too tight. 

I remember, they once told me not to wear tight jeans.

Those animals didn't even leave my shoes.

Those animals didn't even leave my shoes.

Yes! I remember. I wore one of my favourite dresses on that day. 

Yes! I remember. I wore one of my favourite dresses on that day. 

Did it happen because I wore red?

Did it happen because I wore red?

Does girls' security totally depend on what outfit we wear? 

Does girls' security totally depend on what outfit we wear? 

I never wore this after that incident. 

I never wore this after that incident. 

When I see this, it reminds me of the day it all happened. 

When I see this, it reminds me of the day it all happened. 

And, it wasn't night. Did I do something wrong if I wore this?

And, it wasn't night. Did I do something wrong if I wore this?

I Am really afraid now, if I was assaulted due to my clothes. 

I Am really afraid now, if I was assaulted due to my clothes. 

Stop asking this blaming-a-victim type questions to a girl who is already in the pain of losing her respect, who was made to feel delicate and lesser mighty.