At 7am on Valentines Day, some 223 people, mainly female, got their red on for the annual V-Day flash mob on Byron Bay’s Main Beach.
One billion girls and women will be subjected to rape or beatings during their lives. Focus world attention on the need to stop violence against women and join in V-Day at Byron's main beach this valentines day.
The women of Byron shire, together with children and many male supporters, will again be out in big numbers on Main Beach as the sun rises on Sunday February 14.
Geoff Dawe, Uki. Violent men do not just appear out of thin air. They are made. If boys are raised inhumanly, they will act inhumanly as men.
Scores of women young and old celebrated V Day at dawn on Byron Bay’s Main Beach on Valentine’s Day in an event aimed to end violence against women and girls. WATCH VIDEO
Calling on all women everywhere to 'dance' and 'rise', yesterday the Byron Bay V-Day ladies shook their groove thing to the beat of the February 14 anthem Break the Chain as the sun rose over Main Beach.
‘One in three women will be raped or beaten in her lifetime,’ read one of the many signs held up by supporters of this morning’s V-Day rally on Byron Bay’s Main Beach.
Today and tomorrow V‑Day Lismore will present a two nights only benefit performance of V-Day’s A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant and a Prayer at Lismore’s Star Court Theatre.