How exactly am I trolling? For asking you to explain your comments? To elaborate on who one should be careful of? See, this is what I do not quite understand with individuals such as yourself who hold the view that a woman, man or child can somehow do something to prevent themselves from being raped. A woman can take self defense classes, never go out at night, wear a full on Muslim garb that covers her from head to toe, never be alone in male company, and she could still be raped. Some can break into her house and rape her or her own husband, brother, father, grandfather, uncle, friend, son, etc can rape her. Yet, here we have you saying that women should just be 'careful'. The sole onus when it comes to rape is on the rapist to not rape. People say, don't dress in a manner that brings attention to yourself, do not wear revealing clothes, do not drink, do not go out with strangers, do not go out on dates at all, etc. There is a plethora of lists and reasons. But none of it works. Because no one can know what sets a rapist off or what will make you attractive to a rapist. Unless we become mind readers or fortune tellers, we do not know. So saying to "be careful" can only go so far, unless one wants to live in a bubble with absolutely no outside contact whatsoever. Because when even a trusted family member, parent, sibbling, friend, teacher, can rape a child or a woman or a man, saying to "be careful" is really kind of stupid. Unless of course you teach your children to live like armed hermits, just in case? Sure, I tell my children to not speak to strangers and that if someone, anyone, tries to touch them in a manner that they are not comfortable with, that they come and tell me or their father. I can tell them not to speak to strangers all I like, drill it into their brains, but that won't stop someone possibly breaking into their room at night and kidnapping them or raping them in their beds, as can and does happen. So please, how exactly does one be careful to not be raped? Because if you have that solution, then you would be a wealthy man. No thanks. After all, one has to be careful. So you tell your sons and daughters to be careful around you? Has your wife told your children to be careful around you and not really trust you, just in case? I am sorry, but I need to ask. Are you high or drunk at the moment? You seem slightly off centre. Back to your post, do you think it is reasonable to tell your daughter(s) to always be on the lookout and take precautions from you, to not always fully trust you, because as you said yourself above, one has to be "careful in general"? Which can mean squat if your spouse, parent, sibbling, etc decides to pin you down and rape you. It does not mean that a rape victim is responsible or complicit in his or her rape. And it does not mean they are responsible or complicit in their sexual assault if they feel ashamed of what happened to them, if they are angry, vengeful, feel self-hatred, feel embarrassed, etc.