An idea that I've seen only on college campuses where women march around a campus at night, together, usually singing or chanting, the idea to confront fear of sexual assault and rape by being out in public and safe in numbers, particularly at night when most sexual assaults occur.

Usually such marches are organized by feminist organizations on campus and are strictly females only. However, where I work they have recently added a Men's Vigil where men get together and reflect on how they might be perpetrating sexual violence against women not only in action but in thought.

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