Kasia Golomska, a member of the Atlvnta duo, posted a statement on social media related to the events that took place during Saturday’s concert in Radom. A man unknown to the artist burst onto the stage and then “slapped” her on the buttocks. He did it without her knowledge or consent, which the singer treated as sexual assault.
The singer was a victim of molestation. Now she has issued a statement
In a statement published on social media, she clearly opposed the sexualization and objectification of women.
“My bodily integrity was taken away from me by a person who should not be on stage under any circumstances. I was slapped on the butt by a complete stranger. On stage. During my own concert. I still can’t believe it really happened… . The situation that happened in Radom is a textbook example when my clothes and my body are treated as an open invitation, as common property. An exposed body does not objectify me. The person who thinks about me in this way objectifies me. I can look If I want, I can go on stage naked and this absolutely does not give anyone the right to touch me without my consent,” writes Kasia Golomska.
The Atlvnta member also emphasized that every woman deserves respect regardless of the clothes she wears. However, an uncovered body does not constitute consent to committing a prohibited act.
“A woman’s value is measured by whether she is feminine and attractive enough, but also by whether she uses her body too strongly… My body is not an invitation. My clothes are not an invitation. My expression is not is an invitation. My body is only mine,” she concluded.
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Sexual violence is any unwanted sexual contact. According to UNICEF data, approximately 15 million teenagers between 15 and 19 years of age have experienced this type of violence around the world, but only 1 percent of teenagers seek help from a professional. Research shows that 80 percent Rape victims develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
If you are a victim of sexual violence, you can get help by calling, for example, the “Niebieska Linia” Telephone Clinic – 22 668 70 00 (7 days a week, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.) or the 24-hour emergency hotline of the Women’s Rights Center – 600 070 717.
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