The suggestion that it is stupid and absurd to tell young ladies not to wear miniskirts raised by musician, model, and TV personality, Deborah Vanessa earlier has received the full backing and endorsement of her friend, Lydia Forson.
According to the award-winning actress, aside the untrue suggestion that it is wrong and sinful to wear mini skirts, young ladies who have unfortunately been raped are chastised because the society sometimes blames them because they claim that a mini skirt they probably wore is what enticed the man to rape them.
In the ‘long thesis’ she wrote as a reply to a comment from one Benjilox, who stated that mini skirt cause men to rape ladies under a video Zionfelix posted of Sister Derby calling on ladies to wear mini skirts because it was not wrong, Lydia Forson raises a very solid argument to suggest it was never the case.
The ‘Keteke’ movie actress makes the point that miniskirts do not cause rape but rapist do. She stresses that there have been many cases of rape where statistics and evidence pointed out that it had very little to do with what the lady was wearing. She questions if the cases of rape of little babies, school children, nuns, Muslim women and even young boys being molested have something to do with their ‘sexy’ mini skirts.
Check out her full post under the video below: