Rhodes University in South Africa students taking a tough stance against rape took things a step further on Tuesday afternoon and protested topless. Images of the protesters filled social media on Tuesday night, with many commending the protesters for the boldness of their gesture.
“The N.aked Protest is revolutionary in the purest sense. Women telling men they don’t get to decide what we do and don’t do with our bodies.”
PJ Powers a popular activist and a legendary musician tweeted her support: “I am so inspired by this generation of SA students. Courageous young women at #Rhodes taking back their bodies & their voices.”
Story Source: Citizen.co.za