aren't pure enough to deserve justice, sometimes. We aren't appreciative enough. We say "no" when we were supposed to mean "yes"--because OMG--the effort of even trying to ask, amirite? This thing about our choices--why are we so insistent? Because videos are sometimes taken of us when we are unconscious and never consented, and because penetration is done to us when we might be unconscious and never consented.
Just like Brock Turner shared pics of his victim's tits with his buds. Just like other women recognized that he was totally odd. The view from what women see is different from what men think they know--and political correctness and hook-up culture are not the real culprits.
Brock Turner assaulted an unconscious woman behind a dumpster. Ask yourself if that sounds like she was willing. If that has the odor of romance and consent. Because I would say it doesn't seem right to me.
And that's why I also think the sentencing was foolish--isn't it apparent by now that people who want to do harm to women, might even be on the verge of harming "real people"? Maybe there's a question about whether signs matter. I think misogyny is a kind of human-hating. And I think that attitude has to be addressed--who do you see as not human, and why? Why do you see people as objects of violence? Why women? Why anyone at all?
I do not need his victim's name to know she was made an object. A Thing. I think the world would be way better served if people saw others less as things and more as people.