Because you didn't say, "You can reduce the odds of it happening," so I guess you can't read either?
Wow. Okay, when I said you couldn't read before I was just being snippy and returning your own phrasing back to you, but now you've actually confirmed it since I just quoted myself saying that to you three posts ago. In bold.
I'll try it again:
You can try to reduce the odds of it happening
"Try" is there because there's no guarantee involved. It will dissuade some; others won't get the message, or just won't care. You have no way of knowing which type you're preaching to at any given moment, so you can only try and hope for the best.
Your "male peers" can't get blackout drunk with impunity either. Their risk of being raped is infinitesimally lower, but they still run the same risks for being financially exploited (robbed, conned, whatever), getting into accidents, etc., probably lower risk of abduction, higher risk of getting into stupid life-threatening fights they wouldn't have if sober, and so on. Believe it or not, much of the advice on how to not get raped at a party could also be given under the broader heading "How to party safely," as rape is not the only potential hazard of poor decision-making in those circumstances.
Should we be doing everything we can to make precautions unnecessary? Sure.
Is it realistic to expect them to become unnecessary anytime soon? No.
Is insisting that talking about those precautions demeans or insults women and as a result they shouldn't be given any attention irrational to the point of being beyond my comprehension? Yes. See BeMi's most recent post for details.
See, until we get psychic and/or time manipulative powers to foresee rape events and intervene before they can happen, we're not going to be able to prevent every possible rape any more than we can stop murderers before they murder people, burglars before they burgle homes, carjackers before they masturbate cars, or any number of other sadly too-common crimes that occur on a much too regular basis. In the meantime, I don't see how it helps anyone to get upset about taking precautions, regardless of whether or not they're "fair." You don't invest in home security because you want to; you do it so you don't lose all your shit to bad people who know full well that robbing you will have a negative impact on your life and your self-image and for whom no amount of education on the subject will leave a mark on their behavioral patterns.