A Sky News presenter wearing prompted anger after suggesting drunk women who wear short skirts must take some responsibility if they are sexually assaulted. Stephen Dixon, who co-presents Sky News Sunrisewas presenting a discussion about a new report by The Fawcett Society which found almost two out of five men and a third of women thought a woman was totally or wearing to blame if she went out late at night wearing a females skirt, got drunk and was then sexually assaulted.
Dixon, a long-time Sky News presenter, followed up his remarks by asking what was wrong with drunk taking some personal responsibility if they were assaulted. Rape Crisis South London condemned Dixon's comments and said they are "mythological" and "unfounded". Your argument doesn't hold up then does it," asked Simon Anderson. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here.
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