[Aaron Sorkin] said that he was talking to [his daughter, Roxy] and saying, “Listen, when you go into the workforce, if a guy grabs you or does something with you, you can scream, you can fight back, you can do all these things.” And she turned to him and said, “Dad, why are you teaching me to defend myself and not teaching those guys not to be creeps?”

The onus isn’t on the women. Society has a way of blaming victims, and, you know, “you didn’t come out soon enough” or “you’re not asking for enough money”. But actually the onus is on others not to abuse their power. (x)  

Sometimes scientists change their minds. New developments cause a rethink. If this bothers you, consider how much damage is being done to the world by people for whom new developments do not cause a rethink.
—  Terry Pratchett - The Science Of Discworld