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PHOENIX - A Tucson man tells women they deserve to be raped, and a University of
Arizona student has no plans to stop spreading his message because he
says the bible tells Christians to "hold up a banner."
In a video on Youtube, you can see and hear Dean Saxton proudly sharing his message on the University of Arizona campus. He often yells directly at women and tells them they deserve to be raped for wearing shorts and dresses in the desert.
"Most the girls on this campus are asking to be raped," said Saxton.
Saturday we talked to the non-denominational Christian and self-proclaimed "preacher of righteousness" via Skype with his friend Sarah at his side.
"I think that a lot of college girls are asking for it and have partial responsibility for those actions. They have responsibility for a man raping them. If you prove you're provoking it by wearing short shorts or short dress, yes. How? Because men are visual," said Saxton.
Some signs even say "you deserve hell." The majority of his messages are aimed at members of Greek life.
He calls sorority members derogatory names and accuses fraternity member of being rapists.
"We have girls dressing up like whores, drinking, getting blackout drunk and then I think that it's not okay to act surprised when a guy has sex with you, and to that the target audience is naive college girls and guys," said Saxton.
Sarah McKenzie says as a woman, she supports Saxton's message
"It is kind of inviting, dressing immodestly. I don't think it's right, but like dean said, the girl is partially responsible," said McKenzie.
Saxton says he's been attacked on campus at least 10 times
"Ya know, if people don't feel like killing me, there's probably a problem with my Christianity," said Saxton.
He'll continue to spread his message even though he admits it will likely turn many people away from Christianity.
Saxton also added that he believes rapists should get the death penalty and he shows that on signs.
The campus has not stopped Saxton because of his right to free speech and, at this point, he has not violated the student code of conduct.