"The Unbuttoned Shirt"

Many of the sexual harassment and rape descriptions include buttoned shirts. It's either that the top button on the female's shirt was unbuttoned and revealing (therefore very suggestive and seductive-claims the male), or that the assailant ripped the buttons from the blouse, what in many times marks the beginning of a rape.

40 buttoned shirts, in a wide spectrum of colors and textures (represent the variety of females harmed) are sewn to a black stripped fabric, usually used in men's suits. The safety pins are about the victims state of mind.

Over imposed are rails, made from 3 leather buttons used in male suit are a reminder of "The Scream" by Edward Munch.

Rape is a crime of violence that has nothing to do with how a female is dressed.