The activist stood on the underwear outside the Dublin Palace. “I didn’t ask for it” painted her unity with the victims of rape.

On Monday, an activist embarked on the streets of Dublin, except for underwear and body painting, just for protesting consent.

The 26-year-old Stacie Ellen Murphy from Ballybough, Dublin, is walking along the streets of the Irish capital. In addition to her underwear, the other slogans are printed with the slogan “This is not a consent!” And ‘I am not asking for it! ‘

Ms. Murphy’s protest coincided with the decision of 51-year-old Patrick O’Dea, who was sentenced to jail for 17 years on Monday when she raped Leona in a graveyard when she was 13 years old. Leona O’Callaghan.

After the verdict was over, O’Callaghan was seen as embracing Murphy outside the court.

Murphy later said: ‘I listen to her (Ms. O’Callaghan) for an interview and walk towards her.

“I asked her what she was doing and gave her a hug and told her how brave she was.

“She actually started crying, I am awed by this bravery. It is too excited, amazing.
Last week, Ms. Murphy’s protests were angered because a rape lawyer’s lawyer referred to underwear suspected of juvenile victims.

On Tuesday, TD Ruth Coppinger raised a thong in the Dail room to highlight some of the public’s indignation. In this case, the male defendant was acquitted.

It also sparked a popular social media campaign where women posted photos of their underwear.

Ms. Murphy, 26, from Ballybough, Dublin, added: “I want to know that in the case of rape, no clothing should be mentioned.”

After protesting outside the court, Ms. Murphy went to Stephen Green and gave a speech on consent.

She said she got a lot of support.

She said: ‘It’s amazing. This is a good response, people come to me and give me a hug. There is a girl crying.

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