You really didn't understand what I was saying. I'm saying that societally, the idea that women who are raped "asked for it" just isn't a prevalent argument anymore. Of course there will always be exceptions and crazy people who believe that provocative clothing is enough reasoning to blame the woman rather than the rapist, but in America, in our modern culture, the greater population blames the rapist and believes that the victim is merely a victim. But, whatever, you're sort of an asshole.
I think I did understand. And sarcasm aside, I honestly can’t see where you’re coming from with it. In my personal view of society, slut shaming and victim blaming are very much prevalent.
But even if it wasn’t, as you seem to believe, disregarding any protest against it as an excuse for “young women to wear whatever they want” is not only ignorant, but really condescending. You’re eluding the fact that there just might be people out there who do not live in the same privileged environment as you do (one that has completely grown out of victim blaming), and you’re basically “taking” their right to manifest against it. Which is not very nice.
All I’m saying is that you should be conscious of your privilege of living somewhere where you can think that the “they asked for it” argument is obsolete, and you also should be aware that not everywhere is like that, before generalizing.