Agree. You're on fire today! :-)I agree with everything you've said but at the same time, what about abuse that happens when the woman is doing all the right things? I know probably most predators are opportunistic and will just at the chance of a girl jogging through the park at midnight. But what about the girls that get dragged into cars, or the one drinking soft drink on a night out who gets slipped a roofie, or the one whos boyfriend decides to invite another guy into the bedroom to gangbang her consent not needed because its HIS girlfriend. Women who take all the right precautions are still at risk. Wasn't there a thread on here a while back about a woman who took her daughter to a public toilet in a crowded park and got beaten and raped in broad daylight? (I could have details wrong) but women that do all the right things still cop victim blaming.
Where does the blame get taken off the victim and put on the abuser? Does he have to do it on a crowded street with many witnesses? Or would someone still pipe up and say "Oh but she shouldn't have walked with such a sway in her hips! A man can only restrain himself so much!"
I know I'm getting far fetched here but I just don't know where society is going to draw the line.