Double edged sword... on one hand, molest/rape is wrong no matter what. On the other hand, if there are guys who are "weak" in that sense, gals dressing like this could just push their urges beyond control. Like holding a fat steak in front of someone who is trying to diet...
I don't think anyone dresses scantily with the intention of getting raped or molested. That said, I do feel that there is also no need to dress scantily to get people's attention or look good.
Most of the comments are certainly uncalled for though. It is founded on the impression that molest/rape cases are triggered off by skimpy dressing, which may or may not be true. That also seems to imply that women who have been molested or raped were dressed skimpily and asking for it, which is DEFINITELY not true. I think it's fine to disapprove of her dressing and indicate that she should have not dressed that way, but definitely not right to say that if the girls get raped/molested they were inviting it, asking for it, blah blah blah. It actually shows how close-minded the commenting parties are.
The girl on the left got nice butt. But what is wrong with the girl on the right? Didn't wear anything underneath?
Most girls who don short skirts would have safety pants underneath. Most girls who wear tights would have T-back on the inside. You would not get to see anything. So what is wrong? It is the mind of the people who see it as wrong that is wrong.
I disagree, the only way you would know how to delegate responsibility is if you rewind time and have the girl dressed decently. If the offence still occurs, then the responsibility is that of the girl's. Naturally, that's impossible. I think that's the point that most people who disapprove of such comments are trying to make. Cheers!
Don't worry, sir. If you were a woman and look like that, it will be very challenging to rape you. the equipment would have lots of technical difficulties, and my desperate threshold is still quite high.