So, there was this really awesome woman who makes her living as a sex worker. She had a blog where she talked about her life, which consisted of a lot more than just her job. One day, on that blog, she mentioned the fact that she has had the rather painful experience of getting her nose broken. Of those four times, none of them were related to her job as a sex worker. However, one of these times was the result of being a victim of domestic violence at the hands of her (female) partner. Fortunately, her job as a sex worker provided her with the funds to escape from her abusive partner and, to me, that is a very good thing.
Fast forward to today. On a certain completely unrelated blog, someone decided to claim that the above awesome woman had her nose broken because she is a sex worker. Can you see the difference between the two versions? The person who experienced it expressed what happened to her. The other person--who has never even been in the same room as the woman--read about what happened to her and then claimed that this abuse was a result of being a sex worker.
Now, even without the names, I think it's pretty easy to see that there is something very wrong with a person who would blame a woman for being the victim of domestic violence. Now, what if this very same individual was a self-identified "radical feminist"? Would that make their "blame the victim" tactics any more excusable or would it add an extra layer of hypocrisy to the already unethical (and disgusting) behavior?
Now that you know the facts, you're ready to hear the details:
If you're not engaging in behavior that supports the group's cause, then whatever negative thing that befalls you is the result of your disobedience to the rules for proper conduct. I just wanted to point that out.