As it happens, there is not a shred of evidence in the research literature to support the theory that a woman's risk of suffering serious sexual assault is linked to her clothing. Many factors have been identified as putting a woman at statistically greater risk, including drinking, her consensual sexual habits and (tragically) her past victimisation, but you'll find nothing on clothing. What research there is on rapists and their decision-making points to the rapist's opportunity and the victim's vulnerability (psychological and situational) as the relevant factors, not appearance. Those who work on the frontline with rape victims testify that they come in all shapes, sizes and sartorial shades.It doesn't matter. A date rapist is forcing himself upon his victim too. What are you talking about? Are you actually saying that a date rapist is a "normal guy?" Really Gathomas, you need to do some soul-searching I think.Again, you're assuming that we're talking about dedicated serial rapists here. They are not the kind who most commonly commit date rape.
LOL! Plenty of these women "get together" with men after hours Gathomas. They even have drinks with them after their shifts sometimes and even do sexual favors for money for them, so there are certainly opportunities for a rapist available. You are SO naive. Besides, I said "outside" of the club. They could still be raped in the parking lot, someone could wait in their vehicle, someone could follow them, multiple, multiple different scenarios.You know that strip clubs generally have big scary bouncers guarding the exits for a reason, right?
SO . . . you think a rapist is just a "normal dude." Is that what you're saying? That's really messed up stuff there.Maybe they do, but that's still not any reason to assume that they are clinically ill.
I'm going to see some kind of evidence before I believe that.
Because some don't rely on "attractiveness" because they aren't really very attractive.Again, I can think no reason whatsoever to imagine that women who dress conservatively would be more promiscuous than those who deliberately dress to attract male attention.
Frankly, they would be doing it wrong.
It's not an assumption. You are wrong period.I see absolutely no reason to assume that.
Clothing choice is NOT a "behavior." Anyone can wear anything and still be promiscuous. Millions of fat girls do this every day.I'm not "blaming" anyone. A lot of women do get in trouble, precisely because of the behaviors we are currently discussing.
It is a fact.
Not always true. See above.No, it's true. Generally speaking, the guy and gal at the bar with half a hundred notches on their bed posts are going to show at least some outward sign of it.
It is utterly ridiculous to suggest that women should wear complete body/face coverings to avoid being raped. Are you for real? Really? I'm stunned.It's true.