Originally Posted by The_Bringer
Nothing stays private in the digital age.
No, it's really not the same thing at all.
On one hand you have a woman taking explicit photographs of herself on a digital device in an age where it's widely known that the products of such exploits are not safe and often times end up going public.
On the other hand you have a woman wearing a skirt.
The two are literally nothing alike in that the second woman isn't engaging in a behavior that is notoriously known for resulting in a criminal act.
Furthermore the actual attacks are much different - I'm pretty sure if you asked any woman who has been the victim of rape if she'd have rather had a picture of her titties posted to the internet she'd have said yes without hesitation.
And how is it the person's fault that someone might hack into your account and steal your info. Its like saying people shouldnt use credit cards or buy stuff online because it is a hot bed for criminal activity such as identity theft.
And why isnt it a good comparison? Lets say a women dresses real slutty and walks thru a bad neighborhood gets raped. i bet you A LOT of people would would say "oh she was asking for it"
Putting blame on the victim, even partially for someone else's criminal actions, who's purpose was simply to hurt the person is kind of ridiculous