Terisa Siagatonu and Rudy Francisco wrote and performed this piece called "Sons." It's a piece of spoken word about rape culture in America, and it makes some incredibly powerful points about the problem with a system that teaches girls it's their responsibility not to get raped instead of teaching boys not to do it in the first place. 

It's a sensitive topic, for sure, but these two have a very important message to get across, and they do a wonderful job of telling it like it is. They ask us all to be accountable for what we teach our children and to be responsible for the mentality that our children adopt as they grow up. 

These two are bravely speaking up about problems that need to be addressed, and the video below is well worth the listen. What do you think? Tell us in the comments below!