Denim Day Sticker Request for Sexual Assault Awareness Month
In 1999, the Italian Supreme Court overturned the conviction of a rapist after judges argued that, "because the victim wore very, very tight jeans, she had to help him remove them...and by removing the jeans...it was no longer rape but consensual sex." In response, the Denim Day campaign was created as a form of visual protest against the myths of sexual assault and the attitudes of rape culture.
On Wednesday, April 26th we ask members of the ASU Community to participate in this international day of awareness by wearing jeans along with a sticker sponsored by the Sexual Violence Prevention and Education Program. Fill out the form below to request stickers for your department or organization, and don't forget to check out other Sexual Assault Awareness Month events happening all month!
Denim Day Sticker Designs
Department or Organization
Number of Stickers
What sticker design would you like? Check all that apply.
I protest sexual violence
You are not alone
It wasn't your fault
I believe you
Mode of Distribution (If pickup is selected, we will email you when the stickers are ready.)
On Campus Delivery Location
Would you like Sexual Assault Awareness Month posters to hang up in your building?
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