Well, yes and no really:
She noted that her research shows an incredibly small minority of jurors (less than one person in every jury) hold erroneous beliefs about rape.
These false beliefs include that rapes always leave a victim with marks and bruises, that a victim will always fight back, that the way someone is dressed or their behaviour makes them more likely to be raped, or that the time taken to report a rape has a bearing on whether the complainant is telling the truth, she said.
Behaviour doesn’t change the odds of being raped? Tottering drunk down back alleyways at 2 am doesn’t increase the odds over being at home with the hot cocoa by 11 pm?
This is not, of course, to claim that the party peeps deserve to be raped or anything. It’s just an observation about predatory behaviour.