Warning: sensitive topics
After seeing her "provocative" pictures, Artyom Iskhakov raped and killed his ex-girlfriend, 19-year-old Tatiana Strakhova. Iskahakov then had sex with Strakhova's corpse, took to social media to blame Strakhova for her murder, and finally committed suicide by hanging.
Disturbingly, many people agreed with Iskahakov and said that Strakhova was a "tease" and "asking for it".
But men and women across Russia have had enough of the victim blaming. They have started a campaign where they post images that are often considered "sexually provocative" with the hashtag "it's not a reason to kill".
Here are some of the images:
In this photo, the young woman talks about how the feminist movement got her thinking about how women are treated. She describes how she could not spend time with her friends in the place she grew up because she would have to turn down unfamiliar roads until the man behind her got tired and left.