In light of the story reported by Gawker of a Canadian judge asking a rape victim why she didn’t just keep her knees together, this piece from blue milk discussing the underlying absurdity of victim-blaming seems most appropriate:
. . . Don’t be adventurous, that is being stupid and stupid women get raped. Don’t be silent, who can be expected to know you didn’t want to be raped. Don’t be intimidated, that can signal weakness and will get you raped. . .