Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. MyDressMyChoice — Protesters crowded the streets of Nairobi, Kenya on Monday, November 17, to send a message that women should not be attacked for the way they dress. Hide Caption. MyDressMyChoice — The protesters were responding to a recent incident in which a woman was stripped naked by a group of men who said she was dressed "indecently" because she was wearing a mini-skirt. MyDressMyChoice — The movement has taken hold on social media as well, under the hashtag MyDressMyChoice, which has been mentioned 72, times on Twitter in the past week.
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CNN -- Kenyans took to the streets of Nairobi on Monday to send a message to men: Stop attacking women because of the way they dress. The protests followed the latest incident of a woman stripped naked in the capital by a group of men who accused her of "indecent" dressing. The attack captured on video last week prompted outrage on social media under the hashtag mydressmychoice. Protesters marched through downtown carrying placards that read "My dress, my choice" while others donned mini-skirts, the same attire the unidentified woman wore when she was attacked. Some men wore dresses to show their support. Behind them, the anti-choice group hurls insults pic. Others joined the march to rally against the protests, chanting "don't be naked" and "wear clothes. More photos: MyDressMyChoice. This is not the first time a woman has been undressed for purported indecent dressing in the East African nation, which is a majority Christian. Such incidents sporadically happen in other major cities, including Nakuru and Mombasa.