A strange comment but you probably don't understand life in PNG so let me explain. One of my enduring memories is of seeing a dead woman who had been raped the week before, lying in a ditch by the side of the main road about 11 miles out of Port Moresby where she had lain for a week, according to the policeman in the seat of the van next to me, and who had driven past every day of that week. He was there for security. He asked If I would like the driver to slow down so I could take a photograph. The woman had lain in the ditch for a week 200 yards from a local village and in clear view of everyone who had to use the road on foot or by vehicle. The policeman told me she had started to swell since he first saw her. I notified the local newspaper who published an article about her on the next day.The official police comment was that she had been dumped there the night before the article was published.
In PNG, one frequently reads of school-girls walking home from school being gang-raped. One statistic I recall, even after a good number of years, is that in three months an extremely large number, if I recall around 600, women had been gang-raped . That was in only one province in the PNG Highlands.Gang -rapes in PNG often involve 20 men and as often as not the woman is killed afterwards; a teacher from my son's school was ganged raped by around 20 men for 24 hours before being dropped off naked outside a police station in Port Moresby. She was lucky to be still alive.
Hence my comment. In PNG any woman who dresses in any way that may be deemed provocative or sexy is at serious risk, as are many women who dress very modestly.
That's just part of that real world in which I lived for many years.
I am not sure what a pro-choice heathen is; please explain.