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Po głośnej i oburzającej sprawie w Irlandii, w której koronkowe stringi ofiary przeważyły za niewinnością oskarżonego, kobiety z całego świata wrzucają na Instagrama zdjęcia swojej bielizny, pisząc, że nie jest ona przyzwoleniem na gwałt. W ostatnich dniach  poszły o krok dalej.

To, co wydarzyło się w Irlandii, dzieje się nagminnie i regularnie w wielu krajach: ofiary gwałtu są, czesto w opinii publicznej „sobie winne”. Wyzywające ubrania, zbyt wysoka liczba partnerów seksualnych, spożycie alkoholu lub narkotyków. To absurdalne, ohydne argumenty, które wysnuwane są przeciwko ofierze, zamiast koncentrować się na odpowiedzialności sprawcy. #ToNieJestZgoda to akcja, która niesie się po świecie, ma na celu ponowne, i jakże potrzebne przypomnienie, że NIC, absolutnie NIC nie tłumaczy sprawcy i okoliczności.
Zobaczcie galerię zdjęć, które szczególnie nas poruszyły.

  1. tłum. „Ubrania nie gwałcą ludzi. Gwałciciele to robią. #ToNieJestZgoda”

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Imagine being raped, being 17, being strong enough and brave enough to report it and then your underwear being held up in the trail and it being deemed as consent. Just imagine that. Underwear as consent. Have people gone fucking crazy. Last time I checked clothes didn’t go out and rape people RAPISTS did. So stop fucking excusing it. Yes is yes. No is no and clothing isn’t anything to do with it. My poem – A Burger and a Portion of Lies sadly becomes more and more relevant. Go give it a watch and share your own. . . . . . #thisisnotconsent #stillnotaskingforit #rapeisrape #consentisconsent #rape #selfcare #justice #consent #ibeliveher #poetry #poems #shewrites #supportwomen #supportyourfriends #supporteachother #yesisyes #noisno

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2. tłum. „Jestem zmęczona byciem „niejednoznaczą” ze względu na moje wybory”

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“I’m tired of being the ‘unconventional’ one because of the choices I make. ““Why have you not wrapped up the baby?” Are you fucking kidding!? It feels like 100 degrees outside and he has been fussing because of the heat. So why in my right mind would I wrap him up in a blanket just because you said so? ““Oh my, did your son just do that? You need to put him in check.” Excuse me, just because he is a child does not mean he has no mind of his own. ““How do you let your wife go out so late? She should be home.” Wait? What the fuck? What do you mean let me? Since when do I need to get permission from my significant other to do things that make me happy? I am not a slave who is occasionally let out by her master. Who died and made you the marriage police? ““Even with your tattoos they still hired you, or did you hide them during the interview?” What does body ink have to with my level of intelligence or my qualifications? Is there a study showing the correlation between a reduction in IQ and body art? Pshhhhh! “Why do people feel the need to impose their opinions on issues that do not even remotely affect them in any way? What is it about how I live my life that bothers you so much that you have a bout of verbal diarrhea when you think I have done something wrong? Correction, against your perception of what is right. “I am abso-fucking-lutely tired of always having to explain my decisions to completely random strangers, let alone immediate family and friends. As far back as I can remember I have not conformed into ‘societal standards’ or, better yet, into these boxes ‘they’ have prescribed for the different roles I play. “Yes, I am a mother, a wife, a friend, a sister. Yes, I curse a lot in case you hadn’t fucking noticed. Yes, I change my looks on impulse. Yes, I allow my children to freely express themselves as often as they want to in whatever way they feel necessary.(Head over to our Facebook for the full post via the link in our bio) Photo credit: @jamiipictures

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4. tłum. „Wciąż NIE proszę o to”

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5. tłum. „Nie proszę o to/ Nie proszę o to”

6. tłum. „Moje ubrania nie decydują o mojej zgodzie”

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7. tłum. „To nie jest zgoda”

8. tłum. „To nie jest zgoda/ To nie jest zgoda”

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In Ireland, a 17 year old girl was told that her wearing a thong was an open invitation for someone to violate her. Her thong was used in trial against her, making it out that clothes determine consent (he wouldn’t have been able to see her thong until he started raping her). Young women are growing up in this world questioning whether or not they’ll be hurt based off of what they wear. The man who raped this young women was let off as “thongs are an invitation in”. Clothes DO NOT determine consent. People rape people not what they wear, and it’s time to stop fucking around and thinking otherwise. The appearance of women is not linked to sexual consent, and the next time you think “she’s asking for it” because of what she’s wearing, check yourself. #thisisnotconsent inspired by @selfloveliv ❣️

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9. tłum. „Moje ubrania nie decydują o mojej zgodzie”

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No means No Some victims are still blamed in a way that simply does not happen for other crimes. If someone is burgled, the automatic response is not to ask: “What did you do to deserve that?” If someone has their car stolen they haven’t, historically, been expected to go through their car ownership history to see if the theft could be blamed on some “inadequacy” in their own behaviour to mitigate the guilt of the thief. The issue is that for too long as a society we too have blamed victims – usually women – for letting themselves be raped; and we have forgiven perpetrators – usually men – for acting on some kind of instinct from which they seemingly must be protected. The first thing that seems to come up when questioning a victim is the clothes they wear or their alcohol consumption at the time or how they knew their rapist as though it's THEIR fault for it happening when every normal human being knows rape is NOT ok #nomeansno #thisisnotconsent

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Hace poquito leyendo las noticias leí una que realmente me indigno. Resulta que en Irlanda una mujer fue violada y el abogado del violador dijo que se tenía que tener en cuenta la forma en la que mujer estaba vestida, se refiero específicamente a su tanga. “El letrado pidió al jurado que tuvieran en cuenta la ropa interior que llevaba la mujer de 17 años cuando fue violada en un callejón por un hombre de 27 años. “¿La evidencia descarta la posibilidad de que ella se sintiera atraída por el acusado y estuviera dispuesta a conocer a alguien y estar con alguien?”, Preguntó el abogado. “Tienes que fijarse en la forma en que iba vestida. Llevaba una tanga con encaje “. Pido consciencia acerca de esta noticia porque no podemos de ninguna manera justificar ni asumir que la ropa interior de una mujer determine consentimiento. Puede que usamos tengas como sinónimo de sensualidad o simplemente gusto y eso no es sinónimo de que se quiera tener sexo. #THISISNOTCONSENT. Fuente de la noticia en la biografía.

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11. tłum. „Moje ciało, nie twoje”

12. tłum. „To nie jest zgoda

13. tłum. „To nie jest zgoda”

14. tłum. „Mam dość, że wszyscy mają prawa do mojego ciała oprócz mnie”

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“I'm tired of everyone else having rights to my body but me. “Growing up in a conservative, traditional, religious society meant that I was expected to follow patriarchal based norms. “As a Muslim woman you are expected to carry yourself in a way that "does not bring shame to the family name". I am required to cover up my body and grow my hair out; yet shaving, waxing, and threading the rest of my body is expected because it is considered "feminine." I was not allowed to talk about sex or my periods because they were "vulgar" "unladylike" topics. “When I got a pixie cut it seemed like it was the end of the world because I was, unknowingly, doing away with those feminine expectations. It was, according to those around me, like I was saying fuck your traditions. To me it was literally just a haircut." “In Kenya, the lawmakers are largely male, and it saddens me that from my home life, to the faith I was brought up in, to the legislation that governs me, all are headed by men, who could not even begin to imagine what it meant to be and grow up as a woman. “In today's society you can see how threatened and judgmental people are when they see a woman taking charge of her sexuality and her body. Women are always apologetic for simply existing, especially us women of color, and I’m just tired of it. “I don’t owe anyone, especially not a man, justification for my being." Photo credit: Phyllis Githua-Mokaya @jamiipictures Photo editing: Phyllis Githua-Mokaya and Harriet Evans _____________________________________________ This photograph was taken during our recent trip to Nairobi, Kenya in collaboration with @creativesgarage – a space where creatives from all walks of life can come together to network, collaborate and push boundaries. We can't thank the entire team at CG enough for their support. This trip was made possible through funding from Arts Council England.

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17. tłum. „Co długość spódnicy mówi o tobie (od góry): dziwka, dziwka, prośba o to, prowokująca, bezczelna, zalotna, właściwa, pruderyjna, stateczna”

18. tłum. „To nie jest zgoda”

19. tłum. „To nie jest zgoda. Nie”

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Un hombre de 27 años viola a una adolescente de 17 años en Irlanda, el hombre fue liberado y declarado como INOCENTE, uno de los argumentos que su abogada pidió al jurado que tomara en cuenta a la hora de dar el veredicto es que la chica seguramente tenía una actitud abierta de querer conocer gente puesto que su tanga era de encajea y llevaba un lazo, además de esto la victima fue obligada a mostrar la pantaleta que tenía puesta durante la violación en el jurado declarando que se había sentido nuevamente violada, el atropello cometido contra esta joven no tiene nombre. Victima no solo de este hombre perverso sino del sistema que se supone la debió defender. . Una de las mujeres que conformaban el jurado salió en defensa de la víctima de violación mostrando una pantaleta de encaje en pleno juicio alegando que esto no podía ser válido como un argumento para que la víctima quedará como culpable y se fuera condescendiente con el violador.. Prenda que además va debajo de la ropa. . Lo doloroso no es solo la violación sino el reflejo de nuestra sociedad, que induce a las niñas desde pequeñas a ser "coquetas" y deseables, e incluso a estar hiper sexualizadas desde temprana edad y luego son condenadas por esto. . No solo esto, todos tenemos derecho a vestirnos como nos de la real gana, sexys, o no, con pantaletas provocativas o no, con los labios de rojo o no, y eso no significa que queramos sexo o que estamos dando permiso a que un hombre quiera forzarnos a tener sexo con él. . Nadie bajo ninguna circunstancia tiene derecho a forzarnos a hacer algo que no queramos, tenga pantaletas sexys o no. Mucho menos si esto va en detrimento de nuestra salud física, emocional o psicológica. . Las mujeres sexys no tienen derecho a ser violadas, ni buscan ser penetradas, ni tampoco necesariamente buscan sexo. Lo son porque pueden y quieren y seguramente también en parte porque muchas somos el reflejo de lo que nuestra misma cultura promueve. . Tenemos derecho a vestirnos como queramos sin que esto nos haga culpables o merecedoras de un acto tan brutal como una violación. . La adolescente se suicidó y el hombre que la violó quedó en Libertad. . #thisisnotconsent #ThisIsNotConsent

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20. tłum. „To nie jest zgoda”

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#ThisIsNotConsent #ToNieJestZgoda "17nastolatka zgłosiła na policję, że została zgwałcona przez 27-latka. Ten po zatrzymaniu twierdził, że do stosunku doszło za jej zgodą. Sprawa trafiła do sądu, gdzie broniąca mężczyzny adwokatka przedstawiła zaskakującą linię obrony. Według niej powódka miała na sobie stringi z koronkowym przodem, więc chciała uprawiać seks. Przekonała sąd, w związku z czym oskarżany mężczyzna został uniewinniony. ___________________________________ Chciałabym wyrazić mój sprzeciw wobec kultury gwałtu. Wobec obarczania kobiet odpowiedzialnością za przestępstwo jakiego ofiarą padły. •Żadne ubranie, nawet seksowne – nie jest zgodą na seks. •Brak ubrania – nie jest zgodą na seks. •Bycie pijaną lub naćpaną – nie jest zgodą na seks. •Bycie żoną – nie jest zgodą na seks. •Chodzenie samotnie w nocy – nie jest zgodą na seks. •Brak jasnej odmowy i fizycznego bronienia się – nie jest zgodą na seks. •Flirt – nie jest zgodą na seks. •Posiadanie wielu partnerów seksualnych – nie jest zgodą na seks. •Odwiedziny w czyimś domu – nie są zgodą na seks. •Wyobrażenie napastnika, o tym że ofiara pragnie seksu – nie jest zgodą na seks. ?STOP KULTURZE GWAŁTU!? #stopkulturzegwałtu #dziewuchy #polishgirl #ofiara #dziewczyna #polskakobieta #polskiedziewczyna #feminizm #babskiesprawy #feminism #femnizm #feministka #jestemfeministka #victimblaming

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22. tłum. „To nie jest zgoda”

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This is not consent. Not when they ask for your number and you are afraid to say no. Not when they say boys will be boys. Not when they grab you in night clubs and on street corners. Not when they say darlin, you shouldn't be walking home alone. This is not consent. Not when you wanted to kiss him at first. Not when he kept buying you alcohol even though he knew you didn't drink. Not when you followed him up the stairs. Not when you stripped. Not when you said no under the weight of him and all your terror. And not the next morning, when you scrubbed your skin raw trying to clean the shame away. Not when you let it sit on your chest in silence. Not when silence is the language of whole generations of women. This is not consent. And it's still not consent years later, when you trust someone else and you could have loved him, but he didn't try to understand how truama is played out on human skin, and romantic relationships are the intimate places power plays out in. This is not consent. Not when yes and no become blurred. Not when you tried to say no so many times, but women are taught to please men. Not when he didn't know that yes is only ever yes, when no is possible. Not when you grew smaller. Not when you cried because you had promised yourself full humanity. And this, this was not what you wanted. Not when you said no like it was a prayer, but nobody came to save you. This is not consent. Not when they ask us what we were wearing. Not when they pass our underwear around a court room. Not when we take to the streets. This is not consent. This is rebellion. Can you hear that? It's the sound of silence becoming noise. #thisisnotconsent #ibelieveher #ibelieveherireland #metoo #consent #sexualassault #sex #sexeducation #sexedbill #nomeansno #sexism #rapeculture #feminism #womensrights #patriarchy #capitalism #silence #amwriting #writingcommunity #writingofig #writingofinstagram #spilledthoughts #spilledink #wordswithqueens #writenow #lifequotes

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23. tłum. „To nie jest zgoda”

24. tłum. „To nie jest zgoda”

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The Lace Consent • Summer 2004, one night at the sea side I’m about to go out for a walk with my parents; My dad noticing a thong’s profile showing off a little bit too much from my white pants, asks me to go and get change; A big argument follows: I’m 13th and he doesn’t understand any about the current fashion and how I should go around dressed; The Hell knows how wrong I am: he understood far more that I could I have ever imagined with my kiddo’s mind; I don’t know sex at that time, I just pretend I do; and I don’t know what my Dad is trying to protect me from because men for me are just kind and respectful in the way he has always been. But not: Monsters are walking among us, and the so called Justice looks at them with her fake blind eyes and give them the acquittal; Because if we are wearing a pair of shorts, no bra, a THONG … we are consent. Nothing further from the truth! We are consent just of being free! For this reason now, 14 years apart, I realise and I apologise with my Dad and I thank him; because I couldn’t picture how sick this world can be; And from now on I can only hope is gonna get somehow better; In the meanwhile Women please never ever give up the Fight, against any type of violence, prejudice and misogyny; Be strong such as just a Woman can Be! ? #thisisnotconsent

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26. tłum. „To nie jest zgoda”

27. tłum. „Moje ciuchy to nie moje pozwolenie”

28. Tłum. „Nie dotykaj mnie ku…”  

29. tłum „Bycie pijaną to nie zgoda, to problem z piciem”

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“That’s the problem with drinking” . . Or so I was told. Drunk ≠ Consent ! ✊? being intoxicated does NOT give someone the right to sexually assault another person. Wearing a short dress is not an invitation. Being out late at night does not mean I’m asking for it. “Blame the survivor but not the rapist” . . BULLSHIT. . We need to break the stigma !! Believe in something even if you don’t remember. Many rape cases go unreported because it’s a shame to be raped, because “maybe it’s your fault” because “quien te manda a tomar” because “why do you wear provocative clothes” because “don’t you like to sleep around” because “well obviously you didn’t want to go home that night ” because “it’s not the first time you put yourself in danger” because “you’re a hoe/slut anyways” because “don’t you do this for a living?” The only one at fault & to be ashamed is the RAPIST! We live in a world where the word “SLUT” is attacking women for the right to say “YES” & we use the word “FRIENDZONE” as a way to attack woman for their right to say “NO”. Rape culture is real, it’s a serious issue, it needs to END! I stand up for myself and every single woman in the world. We need to love our woman and respect them and treat them equally; not because they could be our mothers, our sisters or our daughters, but because we are HUMAN. ♀✊?✊?✊?✊?✊? ♀ • • • • • • #SlutWalk2018 #ConsentIsSexy #WomenEmpowerment #StopRapeCulture #EndSlutShaming #OvaryGang #StillNotAskingForIt #StopVictimBlaming #RapeCultureIsReal #BreakTheStigma #FuckMosogyny #Feminist #PussyPower #NoMeansNo #TheFutureIsFemale #TheFutureIsNow #FeminismKnowsNoGender #AmberRoseSlutWalk #TitsAreOut #AndStillImNotAskingForIt #UncomfortableYet #FuckYourFeelings #FuckYourIgnorance #HashTagsOnHashTags #IStandForAllWomen #EndRapeCultureNow #EqualityForWomen #OvaryGangOrDontBang

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30. tłum. „To nie jest zgoda”

31. tłum. „Nie, znaczy nie”

32. tłum. „To nie jest zgoda”

34. tłum. „To nie jest zgoda”

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Im truely devastated about the irish rape trial. I cant understand how people could possibly judge a female victim by her underwear. The defense lawyer said the jury should consider the underwear of the 17 years old victim. She wore a lace thong that would suggest her consent. The defandant was judged not guilty even though there was a witness that said that he pulled and choked her. I cant stand this victim blaming. Sexy underwear is not a justification for raping. Its everyones personal choice what clothes they wear. Sexy or not. No one is allowed to touch another person without their consent. My underwear or clothing cant speak and wont give someone permission to touch me. No means no. #thisisnotconsent #nomeansno #againstrape

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