Priscilla Frank “Photographer Documents What Students Wore When They Were Sexually Assaulted” http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/photographer-documents-what-women-wore-when-they-were-sexually-assaulted_us_5720e652e4b0f309baef5868
For her photo series, Cambareri reached out to survivors of sexual assault on Facebook, asking them to bravely share instances in which they experienced sexual advances without their consent. Only female college students responded to the request, thus narrowing the scope of the project. Cambareri then asked the women if she could photograph the clothes they were wearing when they were assaulted.
“Society assumes that victims wear revealing clothing when they are sexually assaulted,” she said. But as her images attempt to show, that’s not only an inaccurate assumption, it’s a harmful one that downplays the fact that the person at fault is always the perpetrator, and never the victim of assault.
“College Student Debunks Sexual Assault Myths with Compelling Photo Series” http://www.breakthecycle.org/blog/college-student-debunks-sexual-assault-myths-compelling-photo-series