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If you don’t understand that you don’t understand the law. The children’s clothing is so powerful they were purely innocent and it is so sad that the question is mostly only asked women and girls. It’s terrible trying to blame the victim. When someone does this blaming, it victimizes the victim all over again. Society should stop blaming women. No woman wants to be raped.
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Perhaps we should focus on the rapist. Who was he? A brother, a father, an uncle, a friend. A priest, an accountant. An engineer. What’s their excuse. I think when people ask what were you wearing they expect to hear something sexy and revealing. For random rapes, I can see this. Things like skirts and dresses are easier targets. Less work on the part of the assaulter.
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