Provoked a response to the writer advice to the letter about the rape angry response in Singapore and accusations of blame the victim.
In a letter to agony aunt teenage magazine, writer, apparently a teenage girl, she said she was raped by a friend, was “no one to turn to.”
Dear columnist Kelly said in response that it “acted like a girl who was on” and should be “grateful was wearing a condom.”
She also added that she was very “naive.”
A teenage girl and listed a series of events that she had lied to her parents to stay in more than one place the boy uncensored.
I drank alcohol for the first time and was kissed and cuddled the boy before he began to undress her. And she has too much to drink and did not protest.
She says she can not remember anything after, but she found herself naked in bed the next morning next to him when he told her that he “did not know” that she was a virgin.
Kelly said Chopard, the writer behind the column was the victim, “the girl acted like that existed.”
“You gave the idea that everything was just fine, and I accepted the wine, and then there was dancing, kissing,” she said in her column. “You can not blame him for thinking sexual contact was all right.
Frankly, I understand why you misunderstood man.”
He added that the girl was “naive and experience,” adding that it “can be grateful that he wore a condom so that there is little fear of unplanned pregnancy or a sexually transmitted disease.”
Ms. Chopard is known for her “tough love no-nonsense advice,” according to the Journal of Adolescent.
“Backward, sexual, blaming the victim nonsense.”
While it is not known whether the letter which was published last week, were real – or whether the alleged rape to the police – has condemned the response the magazine on a large scale.
“That, I do not believe sexual and blaming the victim nonsense got back on the deployment of a” one user said on Facebook.
“This is the reason why girls are afraid to report rape. That is why like they can get away with it, why feel the man,” said another user.
“How dare you, as a writer who is supposed to provide guidance, and send this kind of message?”
“I think you would love this magazine,” read another comment on Facebook. “This is disgusting.”
Magazine responded, the oldest publication of the youth in Singapore, at a later date with an official statement on Facebook, and apologize and said they did not mean that “leads to the impression that rape is unacceptable.”
Ms. Chopard also received her own apology, put out by the magazine. She apologized, but denied blame the victim.
“There is no intention to blame the victim, just trying to point out that the consequences of one’s actions,” Ms. Chopard in a statement.
“No one could be more sorry for this girl from the first.”
Alam, a specialist service only in Singapore for victims of sexual assault, “a kind of judgmental attitudes misinformed column called that many of the victims are afraid face.”
“I do not have to use certain words,” It’s your fault “to blame the victim,” Jolene Tan, president of advocacy
“She relates the blame by focusing relentlessly on the poor choices of the alleged victim, and noted judgementally, and give no indication that they recognize the victim had been ill-treatment.”
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