The "blaming the victim" thing seems to be overused. It seems like that every time you tell someone to do things like lock their car, take their valuables with, lock their home, don't wander into strange areas at night, don't take your valuables to school or to work bla bla bla if you don't want this or that to happen, people say you're blaming the victim.
Why is it a crime to even take precaution and be safe? Fuck you all, I will keep locking my apartment, keep locking things in the trunk of my car, always keep my purse in my arms, when I went to Europe, I wore my purse on my chest (it was like a backpack) because I didn't want to risk a thief opening my bag and taking stuff out and stealing my video games or my wallet because my uncle said there were lot of thieves there. So it got me paranoid and be safe and protect myself from being a victim. Oh god I am blaming the victim if I tell someone they should wear their purse on their chest and be careful where they keep their wallet or else someone may steal it and they can reach into your back pocket and take your wallet. :rolls eyes: Even on the bus sometimes, I see a sign about it telling you to protect your stuff and oh no the company is blaming the victim. :rolls eyes again: