University of Arizona student Dean Saxton, who calls himself Brother Dean Samuel when preaching, recently explained why women who wear yoga pants “deserve” rape.
In April, Saxton protested a documentary, "Brave Miss World," about 1998 Miss World Pageant winner Linor Abargil, who was a rape victim.
As he did back in 2013 on the University of Arizona (video below), Saxton held a sign that read “You Deserve Rape."
Saxton also told women to “give up your immodest clothing” such as yoga pants, which somehow cause rape.
“She is a beauty pageant contestant and there’s a lot of provocative, you know, seductive pictures of her that she has put out of herself,” Saxton told Vice.com.
“I believe that if she was at home, and if she had kept to her Orthodox Jewishness, that rape would really probably would not have happened,” added Saxton.
“One street preacher said, 'You know, if you dress like it, you act like it, different things like that, you’re asking for it.' Therefore, you deserve rape. And his last three words I felt like were nice, and I decided to put them on a sign, and go to the event.”
“I believe there are certain qualities that may be worthy of rape,” claimed Saxton. “If a woman dresses proactively, gets blackout drunk, and is wearing really revealing clothing, then I would say that she is partially responsible for the rape.”
However, Saxton failed to cite any Bible verses to back up his bizarre claim that women should be raped because of their clothing.
According to The Huffington Post, Saxton also opposes feminism, Miley Cyrus, rock music, homosexuals, sex before marriage and Muslims.