That's HIS problem. Don't ever expect sex because of the way a woman is dressed. Okay? It doesn't mean anything.Okay, but one of the reasons why that "opportunity" presented itself in his mind in the first place was her style of dress. That's the whole problem.
You yourself told me before that the only reason that the men frequent these establishments to begin with is because of the women who go there, so maybe you guys should just avoid going to places where women are if you cannot control yourselves.As such, if you're going to willingly enter the kinds of establishments those men frequent, and dress in such a way as to draw their attention, it is generally advisable to take precautions to make sure they don't get the wrong idea, or you can fight them off if need be.
I would say that the majority do not as long as she is not grotesque. Unless they have been stalking a person, then it is the particular person they are interested in.Some do and some don't. Not all rapes, or rapists, are the same.
I doubt that rapists are talking up the prettiest girl in the room. They are looking for the EASIEST target, and a lot of times that would be the more shy and quiet person, rather than the drunk belligerent one who's dancing around making a scene.Sometimes rape is a serial obsession and sometimes it is more of a crime of passion. Clothing wouldn't play a role in the former, but can sometimes play a role in the latter.
If it plays a role at all, I think it plays a very insignificant role.Which is why I'm pointing out that there are some rape scenarios where clothing can play a contributing role.