Stacey Dash Has An SMH-Worthy Stance On 'Naughty' Rape Victims
It's well known by now that Stacey Dash never holds back any of her opinions and her polarizing comments are the first thing that gets her back into the media's eye. This time, the situation is a bit more heavy than what a mere side-eye can handle.
Fox News invited Stacey Dash onto the segment Outnumbered today (Jan. 30) to discuss a breaking news story about University of Virginia sorority chapters implementing rules to avoid fraternity houses, because of past rape incidents on campus from alcohol usage. When it was Dash's turn to give her opinion, that's when the segment went left. She began to suggest that women who like to have sex are "naughty" and that it can all be avoided by "staying home."
"The other bad girls–bad women–are the ones who like to be naughty, might go out and play and get hurt and then, you know...," she said. "But the other thing about this is that it then blames the alcohol instead of the person who over-drinks. So it's like, the same thing with guns. Guns don't kill people; people kill people. Alcohol doesn't get you drunk; you get yourself drunk."
(Moment of silence)
Is Stacey inferring that innocent women who decide to go out get themselves raped? Hmm... We'll let the video clip do all the talking.
Political analyst Andrea Tantaros had slightly less bizarre sentiments.
"I would just like someone to tell me the rules," she said. "Are women strong enough to take care of themselves, or are they not strong enough to take care of themselves? Because we're getting so many mixed messages. And I do feel for some of these fraternity guys because you look at UVA, none of them have been convicted of anything. So I think a lot of boys are feeling like the minute they step foot on college – let me finish, they step foot on college and they are immediately considered to be guilty. I mean girls are given rape whistles and boys aren't allowed at frat parties – either women can handle liquor and make responsible choices or they can't. And they're a bunch of babies who need to be kept away from liquor and boys."
Wow. Watch the back and forth discussion for yourself.