Saturday, September 17, 2016


Four out of 10 people think a ‘flirty’ woman is at least partially to blame if she is raped, research has found. 
The French survey, released by a campaign group that supports rape survivors, asked 1,001 people about their attitudes towards sexual assault. 
40 per cent said that if a woman in a restaurant or night club is acting provocatively and is raped, then the rapist does not hold all the responsibility. 
36 per cent said that if an adolescent girl is raped by an adult man, and she has acted seductively towards him, then the man cannot be held entirely to blame.