Had the obligatory male shaming in class today where the professor basically described all men as potential monsters just waiting to rape.
One of the tips for preventing sexual assault was "if someone gets in an elevator with you. Don't assault them!" Damn why didn't I think of that, it's a genius solution! you can see the slide I attached as an image but it is a low quality photo. Some of the other advice was "if you are planning on sexually assaulting someone, warn them first and give them a whistle to use in the event of an assault." Duh why don't all rapists just warn their victims first, then it would never happen!
The overweight female professor mentioned some "victim blaming" Police officers who had warned women to take precautions to protect themselves at a time when an actual violent rapist was on the loose. These two officers received complaints from some women they'd suggested to avoid being alone at night and wearing short skirts. They were then punished by their department for suggesting women take precautions to protect themselves. Is it victim blaming to suggest you lock your doors at night? If a company sells a burglar alarm are they victim blaming? After all, I shouldn't have to take logical precautions, we should just teach men not to burglarize houses...
Obviously women are not responsible for being raped. However, to suggest that for this reason they must also bare no responsibility for protecting themselves is an unsafe and irresponsible attitude. The 'teach men not to rape' phenomenon is another way for the feminist hamster to simultaneously demonize men whilst shaking off further responsibility for their own decisions or actions.
The feminist agenda has come full circle and is now actively promoting dangerous behavior that could be harmful to women, simply in the name of male shaming.
Edit: apparently the image didn't want to be there but it was basically a 10 point list of stupid advice, 3 of which were simply "if you are in this circumstance, don't assault people!"