I have 6 reputation so far, but would like to leave some sort of remark (comment, another answer) at an old, accepted answer. How can I do this? This answer might wrongly influence opinions of people searching for the topic, because it seemingly provides more evidence than there is (one supporting study vs. two supporting studies).
While overall, the answer is not neccessarily bad, the way its second reference is quoted is definitely misleading.
So far (when having no reputation), I posted a new question to address this.
And should I move my question to meta? I'm not sure it fits here, either.
Edit: Since my question is deleted, the reference (stars mine) is given as: (tell me and I'll delete it here again, too -- or edit it out yourself)
"An Examination of Date Rape, Victim Dress, and Perceiver Variables Within the Context of Attribution Theory"
Workman JE, Freeburg EW., Sex Roles, Volume 41, Numbers 3-4, 261-277 (1995) This study found in part that the way a woman choose to dress is sometimes taken as a statement about her character including vulnerability, desire and/or willingness to have sex and provocation of males **which consequently affects the likelihood of rape**, including date rape.
Looking at the paper, this study investigated only the perception of responsibility by people who 'read a date rape scenario' and saw a photo. It does not in any way study the connection between clothing and incidence of rape.