There's more than one version of this quote, and I'll try and find the actual one, but the wording of this one best applies here:
"As Andrea Dworkin once famously said about date-rape victims:
the punishment for getting drunk with a frat boy and taking him to your room should be a hangover, not rape."
[top image is from the website for the London Feminist Network, here]
Chris Osborn and I have been engaging in one dynamic conversation about society, politics, misogyny, and racism.
Here's a paragraph he wrote to me that I'm sure many people who have experienced college dorm and frat life (and life beyond college where there are gatherings of people that include men with lots of alcohol) can identify with and will recognise as utterly normal and socially acceptable. This is what I'd written to him about it: May I publish that paragraph to my blog? I just think there are too few men telling the truth about our lives and the lives of men around us. He welcomed me to do so, and to put his name with the passage he wrote:
I noted that I didn't see much that was funny about being drugged that way, but acknowledged that him drinking that beverage probably did prevent a woman from being raped that night.
Rapism is normal. So what are YOU going to do about it, fellas?