Erm, your point was that girls who are sexually available will reveal more, and therefore be more likely to be sexually assaulted. Girls dress according to fashion, personal taste and a host of other things before impressing men.
Besides, what does "revealing" clothes even refer to? Short skirts, singlets? These are pretty common amongst girls of all ages and levels of sexual experience.
My point was that more revealing clothing catches the eye more often and will almost probably end up with somebody having sexual desires which may lead to sexual abuse. I've not implied that the only factor which causes sexual abuse is revealing clothing, hence why I've used the words some and most a lot. However, it's my opinion and I'm not trying to imply that everything I believe is a fact and can be proven with evidence. I do believe that most children who're sexually abused when teenagers are probably targeted because of what is revealed such as legs (if they're in a school uniform).
However, I've caused us to swerve off topic a bit, whoops!
Recently in the news was this Lost Prophets member and how he'd been having sex with babies (one of which was eleven months old); he even took pictures whilst in the act. This is sick and this is the kind of thing that's hard to even think of defending, even for argument sake. The parents that said nothing are been worse than the offender, if you ask me.
Pre-teens seem to be being targeted more than when I was in that age group. You've got people hanging around schools and driving around the block over and over; it's as if they're trying to get caught, either that or they're just stupid. My little brother told me that his teachers had been telling the kids at his school that there'd been a van and an old man seen outside the gates and fences and that the kids should either get picked up or walk in groups. So why is nothing done? Surely the school have CCTV, so shouldn't the authorities be contacted, shown the footage and asked to deal with the suspicious dudes appropriately? And then people wonder how kids get picked up not so far from their schools.
I reckon teenage boys and girls are being targeted via social networking and IM services more than anything these days. You've got Snapchat, BBM, Omegle, Skype and all sorts and you always hear people complaining about receiving explicit images or being threatened and blackmailed by people they met over the internet. There's probably more targeting via online services than in reality nowadays. Of course there's still offences happening in reality though.
In some cases it could be because the offender was abused himself/herself as a child or it could be down to a disability, it could even be nothing. Either way, no matter what the excuse, I don't think offending or non-offending pedophiles should be defended in any way if they've not even tried to seek help.
I'm posting from my iPad by the way, so I apologise if anything is worded wrong or if there's f*cked up grammar. That's probably why my previous posts (which we were talking about) are worded so terribly.
EDIT: Today's fashion is f*cked, everything's about sex these days. Well, not everything but there's too much of it. There's advertisements on TV that joke about things that refer to sex, some celebrities are just all about sex and being sexy (Miley, yeah?) and it's just all f*cked up. I'm not blaming the teens that wear the clothes that are in fashion, I blame whoever made it cool to practically skip your childhood.
Edited by Unoriginal Gangster, 5 days ago.