The hosts oftoday's (January 30) edition of Outnumbered on Fox News decided to talk about sexual assault. It was, predictably, disgusting.
The panelists—Stacey Dash, Andrea Tantaros, Melissa Francis, Harris Faulkner, and Kevin Sorbo—discussed two high-profile campus stories today: Dartmouth College's decision to ban alcohol on campus and the fact that national sorority chapters have ordered sorority sisters at the University of Virginia to stay home this weekend because it's fraternity bid night.
Predictably, the panel loved the decision at UVA.
"I think it's a good thing for the good girls…to be told 'stay home'," said former Clueless actor Dash. "The other bad girls—bad women—are the ones who like to be naughty, might go out, and play and get hurt and then, you know."
Dash then proceeded to blame drunk women for their own rapes: "The other thing about this is that it then blames the alcohol instead of the person who over-drinks. So it's like, the same thing with guns. Guns don't kill people; people kill people. Alcohol doesn't get you drunk; you get yourself drunk."
Ahhh, that makes so much sense. Women don't get raped; they get themselves raped! Because as we all know, every rape that has ever occured was when a woman was drunk and obviously women get raped by some sort of invisible rape machine and of course non-cisgender women never get raped. How could I forget?
Co-panelist in horribleness Tantaros also had some violins for UVA fraternity members.
"I think a lot of boys are feeling like the minute they step foot on college…they are immediately considered to be guilty," she said. "I mean girls are given rape whistles and boys aren't allowed at frat parties—either women can handle liquor and make responsible choices or they can't. And they're a bunch of babies who need to be kept away from liquor and boys."
Tantaros also asked, "I would just like someone to tell me the rules. Are women strong enough to take care of themselves, or are they not strong enough to take care of themselves? Because we're getting so many mixed messages."
Mixed messages? The message here is crystal clear: Rapists don't rape; women get themselves raped! And no one should bother policing the behaviour of fraternity members because these "naughty" women were asking to be raped by virtue of having a drink and being in the presence of men.
Watch the whole grotesque discussion below