Exhibit showcases clothes worn by sexual assault victims


ST. GEORGE, Utah (AP) — A new exhibit unveiled at Dixie State University on Monday showcases clothes that sexual abuse victims were wearing at the time of their assaults to dispel the myth that a person's clothing justifies or condones acts of violence.

The clothing items featured in the "What Were You Wearing?" exhibit range from denim shorts to pajama pants to a toddler's size 2 nightgown, which represented the clothes worn by a woman who said she was assaulted by her father as a child, the Spectrum reported .

The clothes are attached to tall, gray panels with a short narrative describi...

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