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Cries of “yes means yes” and “no means no” were heard loud and clear today in central Auckland as a part of the glittery march for consent.

Bare chested men and women adorned themselves with glitter and took to the streets in a show of solidarity with Madeline Anello Kitzmiller.

Anello Kitzmille first made headlines when a video of her being assaulted at Rhythm and Vines went viral on Facebook.

Today, Anello Kitzmiller said she was not speaking to media because she had already said what she needed to say.

Anello Kitzmiller’s boyfriend Max Ashworth said he was “so proud of Madeline for standing up for what’s right no matter what”.
create your own polo shoes Glittery march for consent turns heads in Auckland