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We should speak out for people everywhere whose lives have been or will be affected by sexual assault. We should stop taking these issues so lightly and being afraid to speak the truth about a sensitive topic. It is real.
Approximately four out of five rapes in 2015 were committed by someone known to the victim. Eighty-two percent of sexual assaults were perpetrated by a non-stranger, 47 percent of rapists were a friend or acquaintance of the victim, 25 percent were an intimate partner of the victim and 5 percent of rapes were committed by a relative of the victim, according to the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network.
Telling women that the solution to rape is for them to be more careful is ignorant and ineffective because of the high number of rapes that are committed by someone close and trusted by the victim.
With that logic, women would have to stay inside their houses 24/7 in order to be safe, which is twisted in so many ways.
Any other act of violence is illegal on private property, so why would rape be any different?
Let’s teach men not to be rapists. Let’s stand up, speak out and make it a societal norm to blame rapists.
We should be accountable for our own actions, right? Well, what if something happens to us that is out of our control, forced by someone who is much stronger than us? Should we be held accountable then?
Sometimes it is out of fear or denial that we blame the victims of rape instead of the suspects. Let’s all take a step back and think just how twisted that logic is.
After a woman has been through one of the most traumatizing experiences she could ever face, let’s not fall into the pool of ignorance by not believing her or immediately blaming her. Let’s take action to help instead of poisoning the world a little more.
Let’s stand up against something that is morally wrong. Let’s stop the victim blaming and veer our eyes into the real problem.
Scroll Editorial: Approved by a 28-0 vote by the Scroll Editorial staff.