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Tian, this is the best answer I've heard so far as it doesn't cater to feminists or chauvinists. |
However, I still disagree with your analogies: that women are houses and that dressing provocatively invites thieves. The entire blame still falls on the perpetrators, and other men have reason to believe that. As I see it, she is more akin to a host acting out a privilage to her guest(s).
Take this story that was reported on the news and posted on the internet not so long ago.
An all you can eat, Chinese buffet provides decent food at low prices. The food was not the best, but this was great for customers who wanted to sample the some of the luxury but couldn't afford to eat at high class restaurants. One day a customer and her family decides to trespass this privilage. They stacked up on large servings - more than an average size family could consume. Anything they tasted and didn't enjoy, was given a bite and tossed aside until a heap of leftovers (many left untouched) piled the middle. With no intention of finishing their half their meals, the family took off. Their favorite edibles were carried in their clothes and bags on their way out. A worker notices the atrocious behavior and alerts the manager.
"Let it go, it's not worth the rucus. I hope they don't come back." the manager responded.
Yet the family continued to come back back day after day, sometimes hanging around the restaurant for hours. It was a digusting etiquette the manager could no longer ignore. For once the rule was an exception and the family was kicked out on terms for "eating too much!"
The woman of the family protested, "It is my right as an American to eat here!". The other customers just pointed and laughed at her.
Indeed, she and her family alone, had they remained at the buffet longer, would have inflated the admission price where prices were generous as it is. Not to mention, it'd pin a bad stigma for all Americans who eat at buffets. Why do the rest have to suffer for the disreputable and gluttenous act of a few?
Similarly, why do other men have to suffer the act of one groping idiot? No man should have to suffer a hot woman returning to the dress code of the victorian days by law or "moral standards" passed out to protect women from lewd men. It's inhumane!