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The problem with this particular sentiment is that, as with so many other female related issues, responsibility is placed solely on the shoulders of the woman: what were you wearing, how much did you have to drink, were you flirting, why were you there alone…the leading “questions” are all about relieveing the rapist of responsibility for overpowering their target and forcing unwanted sexual actions and contact. My attractivness does not grant permission for rape, having alchohol is not an invitation to take advantage of my body without consent, being flirty or friendly does not grant immediate access to my person, being without protection does not grant permission to a predetor. These are loophole questions which are used to excuse a man for taking advantage and forcing responsibily on the woman he attacked. They are the wrong questions. And your own question of earlier helps to demonstrate (without snark or malice): if roles were reversed and you had been raped or assaulted, would any of these specific questions really be about responsibility? 
I can assure you as as survivor of assault we blame ourselves anyway and literally spend at least years if not the rest of our lives avoiding percived attractiveness, drinking in social settings, friendlyness or openess towards any man, going anywhere alone. 
When you force responsibilty for a received violent crime on the victim you help no one.

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