Coming straight to you from nonsense land where you can't make this stuff up, a program was put into action that taught women how to say no to bad sexual experiences, and- guess what, the number of assaults went down. Kinda goes against the "teach men not to rape" mantra we keep hearing.
A program aimed at teaching women how to recognize dangerous situations and resist sexual coercion almost halved the risk of rape on three college campuses, a new study shows.
"We expected that providing women with knowledge and tools could increase their ability to defend themselves and reduce the severity of the sexual violence they experience," said study author Charlene Senn, a professor of psychology at the University of Windsor in Ontario, Canada. "We didn't expect the reductions to be as dramatic as they were. Only 22 young women need to receive the program for one completed rape to be averted."
So did men just give up on rape, or what changed?
The 12-hour resistance program, conducted in four sessions, taught women how to effectively assess the risk of sexual assault by men they knew, recognize the danger in coercive situations, get past emotional roadblocks to resist unwanted sexual behaviors and practice verbally resisting the behavior or actions. The program also spent two hours teaching self-defense strategies and included several hours bringing all the instruction together in a session on safe sex practices and effective communication about sex.
In other words, teaching women to avoid a bad situation and actually vocalize the word "no," when they don't want sex cleared up the rape cases. Is it possible that these guys were having sex with women because they thought the lack of no meant yes? Or maybe, just maybe, when you give women the tools to function as a fucking adult for once, they actually feel some semblance of responsibility for their actions.
My take on it? Women who were taught that avoiding rape was their responsibility took ownership over their own decisions, accepting that unfortunate or awkward sex wasn't rape because they could've said "no" at any time.
It was the leftist culture of nonsense that crippled women's decision making capabilities by telling them that they are responsible for zero percent of their actions, and that any resulting consequences must be the fault of the man in the situation. Of course everything's rape, when you're an object with no agency, just having life happen around you and to you. When you can't say no, even wanted sex is rape.