The mother of the skirt-wearing boy, who raped a girl in the girl’s locker room in the Loudoun School District says her son is the victim in the crime because the girl was too terrified to fight back. She didn’t say what his excuse was for the second girl he attacked was. The mother, who chose to remain anonymous in order to keep from outing her son says it is not fair that her son is now having to register as a sex offender.
The mother claims that she would have yelled and screamed and fought back had she been the victim of rape, but in many cases of rape, girls and women are scared of what their rapists might do if they resist. This is just another case of blaming the victim. A court has already ruled that the boy, who confessed, had committed an act of non-consensual sex.
He still has to face charges for the second attack h committed after the Loudoun School District transferred him to another school instead of suspending him. Is his mother trying to say her son did not commit rape?
The mother said:
“If I was in a position where I was about to be raped, I would be screaming, kicking, everything,” the woman said to DailyMail.com. “You’re 15. You can reasonably defend yourself. You’re not just going to sit there and take it. And so, because there wasn’t a presence of a fight, he felt it was okay to keep going.”
“He’s a 15-year-old boy that wanted to have sex in the bathroom, with somebody that was willing. And they’re twisting this just enough to make it a political hot button issue.”
“What is the end game on this? My son’s going to be going on the sexual registry and be committed to Meghan’s Law for the rest of his life because he had 15-year-old hormones.”
The Daily Wire reported on the cases:
The Daily Wire broke the story of the sexual assault in Loudoun County last month (September), bringing to light two alleged rapes at two separate schools, one of which involved Scott Smith’s daughter. Smith was later arrested at a Loudoun County school board meeting — an incident that was later used to argue to the Biden administration that federal intervention was needed to prevent such incidents from rising to the level of “domestic terrorism.”
The teen who appeared in court on Monday is standing trial on two separate cases: one involving a female student at Stone Bridge High School and a different incident in a classroom at Broad Run High School, both in the Loudoun County school district. The teen, who reportedly identifies as “gender fluid” is alleged to have assaulted Scott Smith’s daughter in a girl’s restroom at Stone Bridge while wearing a skirt. Despite indications that he had committed a serious crime, the boy was transferred.