"Denim Day" is recognized around the world to bring awareness to sexual assaults. Now, legislation has passed, officially recognizing that day in California.
The Assembly passed ACR-129 and that makes April "Sexual Assault Awareness Month."
It also designates April 23 as Denim Day in California.
Assemblymember Cheryl Brown held a conference yesterday where she says we can, and should, be doing more to reduce sexual assaults for men, women and children.
Denim Day began after a 1998 Italian Supreme Court overturned a rape conviction, arguing in the case that a woman's jeans were too tight to have been taken off by the attacker alone.
Women in parliament wore jeans the following day to show their solidarity for the victim -- and now California joins them.