Well, in a magical world, a woman could walk on the sidewalk completely naked without fear of getting cat-called or getting assaulted. But this isn't a magical world. A woman wearing bandaids for a top and floss for a bottom, drinking and and grinding against every other guy in a club inviting everyone who can hear her to come have a taste shouldn't be surprised when something actually goes down. That's the more extreme end of the spectrum, but still. If it's not available, don't put it on display. And I mean that for men too.Don't worry, that's never going to happen, especially when we're still concerned about what a woman was wearing when she legitimately and unquestionably assaulted. Of course men kinda put themselves in this predicament in the first place, the most prominent issue in the feminist movement is not persecuting men who rape, its that the rapes are occurring in the first place. If so many rapes didn't occur then when a woman said she was raped it'd be like saying there was a flying whale outside. People have been fighting for their rights for all of known history, just because it didn't have a name doesn't mean it didn't exist. And not everyone is legally entitled to the same rights, everyone should be but not everyone is.