Sunday, May 29, 2016

How to Stop Rape

This is what society should be teaching. Tell males to stop raping, don't tell females how to avoid being attacked. No one tells children to stop being cute and helpless so they aren't a target for kidnapping and molestation. That's because everyone knows that the fault is never, ever placed on the child. Blaming the child would be unthinkable, absurd, and totally backwards, but for young women and adult females, more often the finger is pointed at them; the shame is directed at their actions rather than the attacker. It's despicable. It needs to stop.

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