A young girl wearing a skirt as part of the campaign against sexual harassment in the public sphere has created a sensation on social media.
The girl, known only as “Aisha”, has been sharing her story on social networking site Facebook and Twitter with the hashtag #JusticeDressesForGirls.
“I’m very happy to be wearing my skirts.
I want to make a change,” she wrote.”
We need to wear clothes that show the world that girls don’t have to be in the dark about their bodies,” she added.”
And if we don’t wear clothes like this, we’ll never have a brighter future.”
The campaign, which started on March 15, has been met with support from some of the girls who wear the clothes, who are not shy about sharing their stories of being harassed or being sexually assaulted.
“It feels good to be showing solidarity with the girls and to show that we’re not just standing by, but we are also a force to be reckoned with,” said one of the teenagers who was a part of it.
“The more the girls are sharing their experiences, the better.”
But it is not all good news for the girls wearing the skirts.
Many of the women have also criticised the campaign, calling it “sexist”.
“It’s not about protecting women, it’s about being able to wear a skirt,” one of them wrote on Facebook.
“If you want to dress like a man, wear a suit, and walk around with a beard, then yes, that is acceptable.
It’s a sign of respect.””
The best way to fight sexism is to dress up like a woman.
It’s a sign of respect.”
But a spokeswoman for the charity the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) told the BBC: “The campaign is about making girls feel comfortable and being able in public spaces.”
While the aim of this campaign is to make girls feel more comfortable and comfortable, the reality is that we are not talking about empowering girls to wear skirts, but rather the empowerment of women to have confidence in their own bodies.””
We encourage girls to think about wearing clothing that doesn’t reinforce their stereotypes, but that does respect and respect women’s bodies.”‘
It’s a symbol of respect’The charity also says it is concerned by the backlash women are getting after posting their stories on social networks.”
When a girl puts on a skirt, it means she has come out as a feminist,” it said.”
This has been a symbol for us of respect and empowerment for many years.
“That’s why it’s important that the EHRC is aware of the fact that this is a very big topic and is very divisive.”
Aisha’s story has been shared by many people across the world.
Many women are wearing the skirt to express solidarity with girls who have been sexually assaulted or harassed.
But the hashtag has also received criticism for being insensitive and stereotyping, with some people arguing it has been insensitive to the women in the story.
“For someone to be putting a skirt on and not take the time to understand the significance of it, it does a disservice to girls,” one user wrote.
The charity says the hashtag is an important way to connect with young people, with young women often being the first to be sexually assaulted and harassed.
“What we want to do is empower young people to feel empowered,” it added.
The campaign was launched by the EHMRC to raise awareness about sexual harassment and sexual assault in the UK.