One of the posts currently in the queue addresses this issue, but I will expand upon it:
1) The child should not be punished for its father’s crime. The woman should be supported and cared for during her pregnancy, and then she is more than welcome to choose between adoption or parenting, and she should not be shamed for either choice.
2) Many rape victims could have avoided being victims if they had dressed modestly or exercised appropriate behavior. Most women are raped by an acquaintance, but if these women were behaving in a ladylike way and not associating with the opposite sex without a chaperone, they would not have been assaulted. Likewise, if they had kept their bodies covered, they would not have driven men to lustfully attack them.