AnnaLynne McCord Advocates Ending Rape Stigma; ‘90210’ Actress Says Women Wearing Sexy Dresses ‘Don’t’ Deserve To Be Raped’


“90210” actress AnnaLynne McCord is advocating the fight on ending rape stigma saying that women who wear sexy dresses do not deserve to be raped, reported.

The 26-year-old “90210” actress told in an interview that women have the right to be what they want without sending the wrong signal that they wanted to be attacked or assaulted.

She said, “It’s about coming back and having the right to wear a sexy dress with side boob. I have the right to get piss drunk. I don’t even drink, but it’s my choice if I want to or not.”

“I have the right to party, to dance on the rooftops, and not be violated and not to be raped. That is the stigma I want to end,” AnnaLynne McCord added.

“90210” actress AnnaLynne McCord revealed last year that she was raped by a male friend at her apartment when she was 18 years old.

The blonde beauty also related her experience when she was questioned if she was being provocative in her actions that led in the sexual attacked.

AnnaLynne McCrod said she’s a “very sexual person” and wears “sexy clothes.

However, the “90210” actress stated that she does not deserve to be assaulted and so are other women who dress that way they wanted.

The 9-minute short film “I Choose,” which The “90210” actress AnnaLynne McCord also directed and produced tells about her story of how she experienced the haunting memory of being assaulted and how she coped up with that experience.

“What came from that was this film because it was my story, a woman. A woman who loves sex, who loves being sexy, but a woman who stands up for the most atrocious kind sexual act done against a woman, against her, or a man, or a child, but when the sex is done against the free will, that’s what the film is, an exposé of my life,” she said.

The short film debuted last Tuesday and was presented by GenArt.

According to , the “Dallas” actress will now be circling around college campuses to advocate on ending rape stigma and to extend her help to rape victims.

She said that when the assault happened to her, she was in a state of being “suicidal.” But eight years later, “90210” actress AnnaLynne McCord can now talk about her past and show support to girls who have been experiencing the same traumatic state that she had surpassed.

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