Donald Trump’s new campaign manager once insisted that rape could be eradicated if women were “as strong as men.”Right. And where there are all-male environments, such as in prisons, rape just doesn't happen.
Kellyanne Conway was discussing the roles of women in the military on a 2013 episode of PBS’ “To the Contrary,” a roundtable discussion show featuring an all-women panel, when she made the baffling, victim-blaming declaration.
“If we were physiologically — not mentally, emotionally, professionally — equal to men, if we were physiologically as strong as men, rape would not exist,” she said. “You would be able to defend yourself and fight him off.”