At the start of the video, which runs for almost four minutes, Koechlin says that scientific studies suggest that women who wear skirts are the leading cause of rape. Do you know why? Because men have eyes. Koechlin goes on to show examples of provocative clothing, including a woman covered in a black burqa and a spacesuit complete with a helmet.
In reaction to the gang-rape last December, politicians and a number of leading gurus had made a series of comments blaming everything from mobile phones to short skirts and noodles for violence against women. All India Bakchod's video joins other efforts in the country dedicated to chipping away at outmoded ideas about women and their rights in general, but specifically their right to bodily autonomy.
The recent and controversial "Save Our Sisters" campaign featured Hindu goddesses, edited to look beaten and bloodied, to drive a home a point about domestic abuse.