You brought up an interesting point, you can’t always know what people’s intentions are. Rape happens to women who are scantily dressed and it happens to old women dressed in a conservative manner. I understand you don’t think you are victim blaming, but you are. The way a person is dressed has never prevented rape, ask the women in the middle east who dressed according to Islamic norms. The fact that you associate a style of dress as “advertising” is part of the problem. It doesn’t matter how a person is dressed no one has the right to violate them. I see men walking around shirtless, which is clearly meant to draw attention to their bodies, and no one bats an eye or complains that they deserve to be assaulted. If I can manage to go about my day-to-day without sexually assaulting someone so can men.