A Cambodian new draft law on banning inappropriate clothes in public aiming to maintain Cambodia's cultural and national dignity, and public order, putting a fault at the victims of sexual abuses. The law consists of 8 chapters and 48 articles. In Chapter 5, Article 36 is regarding banning shirtless men and forbidding women from wearing see-through shirts or extremely short dresses in public places.
Rape happens because of rapists, not the victims' choices of wardrobes. Just because their dresses are provocative, doesn't mean they are asking for sex. Just because you don't wear a headgear, doesn't mean you asking a person to smash you in the head.
Clothes don't mean consent. Stop oppressing women, stop blaming the victim! Don't let this law to be approved.