No but women do need to excersize caution. If say for example a women dressed in miniskirt passes out in a dark ally way at 4 a clock in the morning in a bad neighbourhood....well bad things are going to happen.
Hell no.......Cloths do not define who you are....
no, of course not :)
No. Rapist in most cases rape whatever is close by and at a disadvantage. HAPPY VALENTINES DAY!
But the reaction from courts and many others is to ask "what were you wearing?" Which is why I started the running joke of asking people what they were wearing when they told me of small things like someone cutting in line or cutting through their yard, or taking their seat. In these kind of very small offenses I would ask what they were wearing and if they were "acting" in a way that would give someone permission to take their seat. The famous "maybe they brought this on them self"statement that you can see how dumb it is when you apply it to any other crime or offence.
That seems like a common reaction. Denial. Instant case solved. When I was a kid I heard a lot of people talk bad about women that "cry rape". But I grew up and realized I use to know a lot of rapist. ^^
It isn't, a woman should be able to wear whatever without the fear of being raped.
no,,, no matter if she is naked is still no
It's not her fault.
I agree with you. No means no, with no exceptions.
The facts of the matter sh1t all over some conservative beliefs otherwise... <br />
In countries where natives get around nude or near nude, rape isn't occurring all day every day like the fans of the clothing/victim-blaming would seem to think it must, since skin is being shown. Yet muslim women covered head to toe get raped anyway. Clothes are no excuse, nor is lack of clothes, and have no influence on what's in the rapist's head. That's where the provocation is, the cause of the issue.
a woman should be able to walk down the road naked and still not expect to be raped...looked at yes, but not touched.
No, a woman has a right to wear what she wants and do what she wants w. Her own body w. Out being victimized