"If I’m a woman and I’m walking down the street naked, you STILL don’t have a right to rape me"-Dick Gregory
I think most guys in response to this would be like, No shit I’m not going to rape her, but she shouldn’t be walking down the street like that.
So what we learn there is that the logic does not stop with an agreement at being horrified someone would think of doing this. It reaches that point, but passes on by, turns around and quietly justifies something happening to her. Maybe not rape, but something might happen, and if it does, it’s her fault because she was naked.
So move forward with how much apparel does she have to wear before you’re no longer justifying it, and what do you think she deserves to have happen to her at every layer of clothing?
Now contemplate what a gross person you are for trying to find logic in a woman’s assault.