You had the right to drink.
Oh, c’mon. There are enough teenage sluts age 12-15 who are not allowed to drink, in no country of the world. Those broke the law by drinking. Also, if you get so drunk you lose all control over what you’re doing and can’t take care of yourself anymore, you’ve obviously ABUSED the law to drink.
You had the right to go on a walk.
Yeah, you had the right, but you chose do walk all alone through the streets, in the dark, maybe even on a holiday or friday-/saturdaynight where you know that a lot of drunk, horny guys are walking around. What a smart choice you made here.
You had the right to dress however you wanted.
That’s right, but you might have decided to dress like a whore (women who have sex for money), like a slut (women who have sex for free, with lots of people and claim to have fun doing this!), or at least in a way that sexually attaches other people. Smart choice, once again.
You had the right to make your own choices, and you are responsible for them.
This is what I’m trying to tell you people here.
But no one has the right to perpetrate abuse against another. No one had the right to rape you.
That’s right, but all these actions mentioned above increased the risk of becoming a victim of rape. You are in fact responsible for increasing these risks and partwise responsible for what happened to you. Examples for better understanding: If you cross the street without looking and a car hits you, the driver had no right to hit you, but it happened anyways. If you park your Mercedes Benz in a ghetto and it gets stolen or damaged, the person who did thishad no righttostealor damage it, but it happened anyways. And if you put yourself at risk of getting raped, well, then it’s partwise your responsibility. Sorry for confronting you with the bitter reality.