Woman Lets Strangers Stroke Her Privates To Make A Point

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There are various ways as to how art can be defined. Some forms are quirky, while a few are very easily understandable.

Milo Moiré, an artist, has a unique way of portraying her art. She is a Swiss artist and a psychologist who has been performing nude art for years now.

She started performing the "Mirror Box" to highlight the need for consent in sexual acts.

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In an art piece, she is seen allowing strangers to fondle her breast or genitals for 30 seconds. She has performed around Europe and has even ended up in jail for her unusual portrayal.

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Read on to know more about this bizarre art practice, in which the artist is letting people touch her vagina and breasts!

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The Art Of Consent!

She defined the meaning of consent in her art. She said, "When they touch my vagina, I say, 'You have 30 seconds - you have to look into my eyes." This is what her art was all about!

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The Mirror Box Funda…

Mirror Box is a better way to show to the world that women are strong when they talk about sexuality, and they are not only victims. It is a societal reflection of human sexuality.

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The Fact About The Mirror Box

Even before a person would come to interact with the artist, they had to confront all the people around them and the reflections were ideally visible in the mirror. This would make one think twice before they do a sin!

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The Mirror Box Had Cameras!

There were cameras within the boxes to record the entire experience of what people did to her. Though some of the touches were out of curiosity, few were a bit gross and this shows as to how people assume women to be vulnerable.

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She Stood In The Streets And Exclaimed!

"I am standing here today for women's rights and sexual self-determination. Women have a sexuality, just like men have one. However, women decide for themselves when and how they want to be touched, and when they don't."

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The Rules Were Clear…

People who wished to touch the artist had to be above the age of 18 and apart from this, they could touch her for whole 30 seconds and not more than that!

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Some More Rules…

She said: "During my performance, for instance, people who put their hands in the box have to look me in the eyes, there has to be an interaction. Through the eye contact and the feedback I could see the people, but make it clear what I like, and that is a natural act. People have always been very respectful - I've never had to give negative feedback."

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She Hoped To Show To The World What Consent Meant!

With this performance, she hoped to show to the world what consent really meant.

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Her Art Defined By Her...

A line from her website in regards to the piece reads as, "What happens if a woman[s] sexuality is on public display ... [and she] takes the initiative, thereby creating clear rules for the intimate exchange?"

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Her Art Display Was Not Only For Men…

She claimed that both women and men had taken part in touching her for the ‘Mirror Box' show. She also added that around 40 percent of the people who touched her breasts were women!

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She Has Got Into Trouble Earlier With Her Art…

This art show was not the only one which grabbed attention of the media, she had got into various controversies earlier. She apparently rode a bus naked (painted with names of clothing items where they are supposed to go on a body) during Art Basel in Switzerland and even stood naked outside an art museum in Cologne, Germany painting a white sheet red with paint-filled eggs stashed inside her vagina and many more...

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She Is Not Willing To Stop!

Even though she was arrested for the display of her art, she revealed that there is nothing that can stop her from spreading her message across the world. She said, "There's always a risk, but I am willing to take this risk because I think my purpose [as an artist] is too important to be feared and, in the end, I see more hope than fear doing my performances."

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