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Indonesian Province Blames ‘Sexy Clothes’ For Sexual Violence

Indonesian Province Blames 'Sexy Clothes' For Sexual Violence

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“The incidences of sexual crimes are not solely caused by the mistakes of the men, but also many are caused by sexy women’s clothes that do indeed invite intentions.” Mari ramai-ramai berpakaian seksi!! I love sexy cloths pic.twitter.com/KSlVyC7x45 The regional representatives council for Bengkulu (DPRD) in Indonesia is reportedly planning to fight violence against women and sexual harassment by making “sexy clothing” illegal in the province.

Authorities are reportedly drafting a regional regulation on “child and family protection” which includes a prohibition on “sexy clothing.”

According to local newspaper Rakyat Bengkulu , political parties in province, which is located on the island of Sumatra, have also supported the idea of banning “sexy clothing.” However, it remains unclear what type of clothes fall in the specified form of dressing.

Chairman of DPRD Bengkulu’s Commission IV Ir Muharamin said that there had been 105 cases of violence and 126 cases of rape this year […]

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