Why not, it IS partly her fault that he got away with that. Is your sister not capable of making adult decisions? Sex is something you're supposed to have WITH a man, it's not something he does TO you. Adult woman need to take responsibility for what they are doing in bed. He shouldn't have done that, but she should have been paying attention to what was going on.
Ok, I'm just going to say, you don't know my sister, or the specifics of what happened, so don't make uneducated judgments about her. She was young and inexperienced. We grew up in an abusive situation, where sex WAS something that was done TO you, and she was still learning how to break that mentality. She learned from her mistake, and she's more careful now.
And it seems to me that you're trying to make it look like that's because they are more interested in men, just because they are men, which is unobjective nonsense. It's far more complicated than that.
I'm not trying to say that at all. The pharm industry is made up of individuals (men AND women) and I'm not making an "unobjective" judgment on them. What I *am* saying is that society in general seems to place more value on a man's ability to have a satisfying sexual life than on a woman's ability to do so, and that the pharm industry (being an INDUSTRY) responds to that.
I'm not some man-hating b****. I'm not trying to demonize men here or blame them for society's problems. It's an inequality in social attitude and norms that I am upset about.
But clearly we have differing opinions on this subject, so why don't we just leave it at that and agree to disagree. I certainly don't want to be arguing with people or offending anyone, and this seems to be turning into a circular debate.