Fighting rape by allowing strangers to touch her vagina

Several months ago, after nearly 1,000 women were sexually assaulted on New Year’s Eve in a train station in Germany, Moiré stood completely nude holding up a sign that read: “Respect Us! We rare not fair game even when naked!!!”

Sexuality in art is a very personal thing. It can be expressed — and of course, interpreted — in a variety of ways. But, what happens when a woman puts her sexuality on full display, for the entire world to see?

Curious? Find out more about how a woman is letting people grope her breasts — and vagina —  to fight against sexual violence and rape.

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Art in the name of consent. Many people are afraid to express themselves. But Swiss performance artist Milo Moiré? Well, not so much. And recently, the 32-year-old wanted to teach people a thing or two about a hot-button issue: consent.

Art in the name of consent. Introducing “Mirror Box,” Moiré’s most recent public art performance. Though strange, the piece is a complex statement about sex, agency and of course, consent.

Art in the name of consent. “What happens if a woman[s] sexuality is on public display … [and she] takes the initiative, thereby creating clear rules for the intimate exchange?” reads a line from her website in regards to the piece.

Art in the name of consent. During the performance, Moiré wore a mirrored box over her chest and her vagina, and hit the streets. The Swiss then invited complete strangers — both men and women — to touch her breasts and lady bits through the openings in the boxes. Yes, really.

Art in the name of consent. What’s more, there were cameras within the boxes to record the entire experience. Talk about ballsy.

Art in the name of consent. “I am standing here today for women’s rights and sexual self-determination. Women have a sexuality, just like men have one. However, women decide for themselves when and how they want to be touched, and when they don’t,” Moiré exclaimed in the busy streets, according to ATTN:.

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