Please don't turn this discussion into a war about factual data. Since you made me aware maybe my source wasn't credible enough for you, there's this:
For the period 1995–2013, females ages 18 to 24 had the
highest rate of rape and sexual assault victimizations
compared to females in all other age groups. Within
the 18 to 24 age group, victims could be identified as
students enrolled in a college, university, trade school or
vocational school or as nonstudents. Among student victims,
20% of rape and sexual assault victimizations were reported
to police, compared to 32% reported among nonstudent
victims ages 18 to 24 (figure 1).
This report describes and compares the characteristics
of student and nonstudent female victims of rape and
sexual assault, the attributes of the victimization, and
the characteristics of the offender. The findings are from
the Bureau of Justice Statistics’ (BJS) National Crime
Victimization Survey (NCVS), which collects information on
nonfatal crimes reported and not reported to police against
persons age 12 or older. Rape and sexual assault are defined
by the NCVS to include completed and attempted rape,
completed and attempted sexual assault, and threats of rape
The world is a scary place. To not prepare our children of the dangers they face is irresponsible.
Yes, the burden of protection does fall on a woman to ensure her own safety. It seems you only include your daughter in these discussions.
The "feminists" say, it's about time education not only includes how women do that, but also to teach men that women's sexuality does not exist specifically for them. You said nothing about how you teach your boys.
That's the reasoning behind the ideology. It's about how to shift sole responsibility into co-responsibility, as equals not just in the world, but in the bedroom as well.