These days when it comes to sex crimes it's popular to ignore a victims own degree of culpability. Many so called feminists even insist women have the right to partake in every risky behavior imaginable and still act like they bear no part of the blame if they are victimized. I disagree, if you want to be safe you need to take reasonable precautions.
While I agree that women should not have to endure abuse, the sex game is an integral part of life and it's not hard for women who have absolutely no interest in receiving sexual attention to tremendously reduce their exposure to risk by dressing and behaving appropriately. That line of thinking is well supported in the greater body of law.
If you have an automotive accident they do consider related factors like speeding and whether or not you had an opportunity to reduce the impact of the accident by taking reasonable actions yourself and did. Even if someone runs a light you aren't completely innocent if you were texting and didn't brake before the collision, even though you had the right away.
Every kid I grew up with had a bike lock, even though bike theft is illegal, and we all knew that if we didn't lock our bike and it got stolen, it was at least partially our own fault.
Becoming the victim of sexual abuse and even rape, is usually avoidable if you take reasonable precautions. The men who are perpetrators right up to Harvey Weinstein all do what they do to people that they hope will respond in a way they want them to, and they select potential victims that appear to be vulnerable. They don't waste their time on women who are likely to reject them, they focus on the ones who display outward signs that indicate they may be receptive. So what is an "outward sign"
The way you dress, yes, if you dress like a slut your more likely to become the target of men who hope you are as loose as your attire suggests, than a woman who dresses modestly.
The places you go, yes, if you agree to meet Harvey in his hotel for a business meeting and then follow him into the bedroom, you're putting yourself much more at risk than if you refuse to meet anywhere that isn't a more traditional business setting.
The way you behave, yes if you give come on looks and use your sexuality to capture the interest of men who have something you want, you greatly increase the chances that you will attract the attention of men who hope you're not just leading them on to get what you want.
Even the jobs you apply for. There are few people in Hollywood who don't know what it takes for women to make it in acting if they don't already have family or friends in that business. If selling your body is not your thing, don't look for jobs where that's a known requirement.
And lastly if you don't want to be called a hypocrite, once you realize you're in a place or business that isn't offering legitimate work opportunities, get out of there. You aren't a victim if you loose a great job that required you submit to sexual abuse, you just fall back to the more legitimate employment positions where you belong. NO, you weren't cheated out of being a star... you never were what they were looking for, get over it and move on. Yes that's not fair, life isn't fair, good people don't always win, and lots of bad people get away with murder, get over it.