Rape is one of the most terrible crimes on earth and it happens every few minutes. The problem with groups who deal with rape is that they try to educate women about how to defend themselves. What really needs to be done is teaching men not to rape. Go to the source and start there ― Kurt Cobain
Shikemi Olulaja, not real names, is not flirty. She does not wear revealing clothes, yet she was assaulted and raped. The sexual predator? He is a brilliant Professor of Philosophy who was her Head of Department. The deed was done in the afternoon in his office on a university campus.
Poor Shikemi, who was a devout Christian and now works with a multinational supermarket chain in Ilupeju still keeps her dark secret to herself. The Professor, he is still forcefully getting some from girls young enough to be his grandchildren. He is a career rapist.
Charming, cerebral and charismatic, young undergraduates both male and female flock around the unscrupulous Professor. His predatory antics are unknown to a large majority of his Generation X, Millennials and Generation Z students. For many he is the true father figure blessed with good looks, impeccable credentials and empathy. However, the discerning and those who were ravished regard him as wolf in sheep’s clothing.
Just like Shikemi Olulaja, most of his victims are seemingly unexposed young girls who take religion seriously. The flirty, vibrant and wild party loving girls are not his spec.
The randy professor puts a lie to the myth that Only young, ‘attractive’ women and girls, who flirt and wear ‘revealing’ clothes, are raped.
Fact: People of all ages and appearances, and of all classes, cultures, abilities, genders, sexualities, races and religions, are raped. Rape is an act of violence and control; the perceived ‘attractiveness’ of a victim has very little to do with it. There is no excuse for sexual violence and it is never the victim/survivor’s fault. What someone was wearing when they were raped is completely irrelevant.