The sheer amount of energy, abilities, and organisation that you have to have to actually put into practice all these “rape prevention” things is impossible for a lot of people. Especially disabled people.
People with physical disabilities may not be able to learn all this self-defense stuff. Actually that’s generally pretty expensive, and disabled people tend to be poor.
Lots of us don’t have the motor control or energy to use things like this new anti-date rape nail polish.
Autistic people sometimes can’t just tell when someone’s unsafe.
Lots of us don’t have the funds or organisation to do things like getting taxis all the time.
So, what? Are we supposed to be the collateral damage for when all the “good” women are sensible and do all the rape prevention things we can’t? Are we just supposed to accept that we get raped at rates that are at least twice that of non disabled people? That about 80% of developmentally disabled women get sexually abused?
Is it our fault if we can’t do these things because we’re disabled?
Rape prevention does worse than nothing for disabled people.
Why is this never brought up when feminists criticise “rape prevention” things?