Campaigners against rape and violence against women took to the streets of Gloucester for the city's first Slutwalk last night.
Slutwalk is an internationally recognised march which sees people donning high heels and short skirts to argue that women can wear what they want, when they want.
Gloucester campaigners walked from the Water Poet pub, in Eastgate Street, to The Westgate pub.
One of the campaigners, Barbara, from Gloucester, said: "There has been a change in attitude in the last 30 years but mostly in how sexual abuse and assaults are now more openly reported in the media which in turn raises the profile of it.
"But we still need to face the fact that in the world one in three girls and one in seven boys will be abused before they are 16."