It quotes Zerlina Maxwell, a rape survivor, who appeared on a Fox News segment to discuss the idiotic notion that "the solution to rape is simple - just give women guns". Maxwell said this:
“I think that the entire conversation is wrong. I don’t want anybody to be telling women anything. I don’t want men to be telling me what to wear and how to act, not to drink. And I don’t, honestly, want you to tell me that I needed a gun in order to prevent my rape. … I think we should be telling men not to rape women and start the conversation there with prevention.”
Well ... yes.
The article goes on to describe a rape-prevention class which college freshmen were required to take, and which appeared to be successful in changing their attitudes and behaviour (though of course it's very hard to prove that educating a particular group of men actually prevented them raping someone).