I have a few problems with this. If you wear revealing clothing, you negate your right to stand up for yourself? (oh, excuse me, you can but it's "not cool" and "hypocritical" -- never mind then! #sarcasm) How is that any different than you negate your right to say no to sex when you wear a miniskirt?
But when a woman wears revealing clothing, then gets angry when men notice, that’s not cool either. It makes her a hypocrite.
Also, this seems to imply that women are running around drawing attention to their boobs and getting upset when people "notice" their boobs. First of all, I think this is stupid; I think this sounds a lot like when toddlers say, "she put her arm in the way of my mouth when I was closing it! It's her fault I bit her!" Like, really? that is what happened? Are you sure your perception might not be a tad bit skewed by your privilege/ego?
And it also implies that a woman doesn't seem to know the difference between "he noticed my boobs because they are there" and "he is making me feel uncomfortable." There is a difference. And guess who gets to draw the line between the two? The woman who owns the boobs, not you. Because that is a very personal line that can be based on a lot of factors (including a history of abuse). And when you say you get to draw that line or you know where it should be? And you're answer is, "not there!" You're not much different than people who claim, "she probably just had sex and regretted it and decided to call it rape after the fact." Like a grown woman isn't capable of knowing (and allowed to uhhypocritically enforce) the difference between something she wants and something she doesn't want? I'm sorry, but you have no confidence in women. Despite this:
I believe confidence in women is the single best defense against abuse and being taken advantage of in just about any situation she could encounter.Which also annoys me because it seems to say, "you wouldn't have been abused if you had just been more confident!!" Forget the fact that maybe ending rape culture would be the single best defense against abuse and being taken advantage of. Women need more confidence in themselves. Come on, women! Step up your game and you'll stop getting abused.
I'm sorry, Rage Against the Minivan. But this SUCKS. And you should have known better.