To prove clothes do not incite rape, Brussels exhibition displays rape victims' clothes
Clothes such as pajamas, tracksuits and also a child's My Little Pony shirt were borrowed from victim support group CAW East Brabant. (Image source: Centre Communautaire Maritime)
The exhibition called " Is It My Fault?" is organised at the Centre Communautaire Maritime in Brussels.
It is organised with a motive to prove "a person's outfit can never be seen as a mitigating circumstance or provocation by a rapist" a media report said.
The exhibit features clothes worn by rape victims at the time of the sexual assault. Items such as pyjamas, tracksuits and also a child's My Little Pony shirt were borrowed from victim support CAW East Brabant.
Citing a training and counselling employee of CAW, the media report said that all the pieces were very normal".