Posted October 28, 2018
(On the other hand, if the one who had mentioned boundaries clearly tried to stop things during the act once they were crossed and the other pushed through regardless, the blame lies on said other instead, obviously.)
In the second, on the other hand, nope. A robbery in that case is solely on the robber, and the one being robbed has the right to defend themselves and their possessions too. No different from the skimpy clothing invites rape "argument". We need to strive for a society where such things don't happen, and while we don't have it at least make it clear that we won't accept the current state of things, not blame the victims for the "stupidity" of possibly exposing themselves to the malicious intent of others.
... Still not the topic of this thread though. Then again, there is another thread now started basically for the topic of this one...