Officials and employees of the Philippine Council for Agriculture and Fisheries (PCAF) witness the critically acclaimed and award winning documentary film, “Walang Rape sa Bontok” on its screening under the PCAF-Gender and Development Focal System film showing activity. The film is about two women who were both victims of sexual abuse, in search of a society where women can live without being sexually violated. Their curiosity led them to the study of a renowned anthropologist June Prill-Brett, Ph.D., which states that the municipality of Bontok in the Mountain Province lived for years without a term, concept, or rape incidence. The lack of malice and sexual intent on the part of the male Bontok natives and the strong respect of women in the community, made them a rape-less society throughout the years. Through archives, local government records, and the stories of Bontok elders, their collective history of non-incidence of rape is very vivid. However, under the inevitable change in the society because of outside cultures and mass media, rape already exists in the modern times. As the film progress, the rape-less society still exists, but only within the very small and tightly-knit and members of the older Bontok community. It also featured the various Bontok tradition and culture, that highly respects and values the contribution of women in their community. Photo shows film director Mark Lester Valle entertaining questions from viewers, during open forum part of the program. The activity was a part of PCAF’s 5tastic years and was held at the Bureau of Soils and Water Management Convention hall on June 27, 2018. -AJ