Well of course. That's not the issue. People lock their front doors and try to be aware of their surroundings. The point is that somebody that has been harmed doesn't deserve it just because people view them or their behavior or their actions as "risky." It doesn't diminish the impact of the crime. And because people of all kinds are victimized, despite their best efforts, one could argue that "lessening your exposure to harm" is an invisible safety net.