American singer-songwriter, Member of the band The Pretenders Chrissie Hynde released a book of memoirs, which told about their experiences of sexual violence in his youth. When the artist took full responsibility for the incident, saying in a recent interview in support of the book that provoked the rapists for their overly sexy outfit and was unable to repel because that was drunk.
According to Chrissy, women need to think about what clothes go out into the street, and not wonder if due too candid outfits will find themselves on the head of trouble:
If I walk down the street and while modestly dressed, but all of a sudden attack on me, then yes-I admit that it's completely wines of the rapist. But if all your image shouts "go here and take me", then do not blame people who klûnuli on your short skirt and provocative look. And then, if you do not want to become a potential victim rapist don't wear high heel-so you can escape. Did I say something too controversial?
The book says that Hynde was abducted and raped by a group of bikers in Ohio in the early 1970 's, when she was 21 year. It concluded that the blame for what happened because it was inappropriately dressed and was under the influence of alcohol.
Yes, those biker gang-they are. These guys are not worth the mess. If a girl walking in underwear, and yes even drunk, someone then blame?
-continued the singer.
Of course, the singer's statement provoked a mixed reaction, and feminists and does the foodie in shock. Psychologists same explained words Hynde "simple psychological behaviour", which helps victims of violence to think that in the future they will be able to avoid attacks if they adhere to certain rules.
Victims of sexual violence should in no way vnušat′sâ that they themselves are to blame for what happened to them-no matter what the circumstances and factors that had made them particularly vulnerable,
-responds to comments singer Lucy Hastings, Victim Support organization that supports girls victims of rapists.
The Independent newspaper columnist Holly Baxter shares this belief, stating:
The suggestion that men by nature are prone to violence, and that women should dress or behave a certain way-this is exactly the reason why many victims do not report to the police and criminals remain unpunished.