Notice how the rapist's father's letter mentions that he wants his son Brock Turner to have the opportunity to educate people - NOT on the matter of consent, NOT to rape another person, inebriated or not - but on the dangers of binge drinking and its "unfortunate consequences". That's right, apparently if you drink, you should just accept that rape could be a result, that your body automatically will cease to be yours and it will be open season to any stranger that crosses your path…
Stanford Sexual Assailant Blames "Party Culture" For His Behavior In Letter To Judge
In a statement read by Brock Turner to the judge during his trial, Turner faults “party culture,” “peer pressure,” and “drinking” for his convicted sexual assault of an unconscious woman. | Stanford Sexual Assailant Blames "Party Culture" For His Behavior In Letter To Judge - BuzzFeed News
Here's The Powerful Letter The Stanford Victim Read To Her Attacker
When you have the "avoid getting raped" conversation with your daughter, it is difficult, as you don't want to imagine her as a victim. The idea of having the "don't rape" conversation with your son is more difficult as you don't ever want to imagine him as a perpetrator. Do it anyway.
Stanford Assault Victim’s Sister Writes Letter to Brock Turner