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Sexual assault encompasses the criminal act of rape; nevertheless it seems as if many relative cases spawn from assorted alcohol experiences. In Emily Yoffe's post "College Women Stop Getting Drunk," she joins both victim and perpetrator to alcohol. How can this cause be altered? Performing rape unintentionally, or intentionally I do agree with Yoffe's announcement "Let's be completely clear: Perpetrators will be the ones accountable for committing their crimes." In Yoffe's article she covers both the perpetrator in addition to the sufferer, though spending more time around the latter. I believe that a comprehension of whether it truly is a majority rule, where rapists are surveying the streets preying on unsuspecting women. According to Amanda Hess's Article "To prevent Rape on College Campuses, Concentrate on the Rapist, Not the Victim", rapist beverage, so they could find their next victim! Once all wherever one person can get drunk another can join in as well. I may be a guy, but doesn't girls night out usually signify a "bunch of friends" not just a single girl on a barstool after her boyfriend dumped her? Apparently human beings also have gone so far off the perimeter that nobody has friends anymore. Yoffe's post states that some of the victim's friends watched her stumble out of the pub. I thought a buddy, could watch over a person that incapable of managing themselves, apparently I'm wrong. I heard Friends are there to assist and support you, maybe not laugh in a drunk you since you leave the pub. Hess says that "Drinking is a social problem, not even a self-help matter." I am able to agree with the first section of the statement, and drinking becoming a societal problem, however heading back into Yoffe, She states something along the lines of knowing limits and that a fe...