I see it everywhere. When I worked, it was at the office. On the news, anytime something happens it is always someone else's fault. Someone is victimized, and there is no responsibility taken. The victim "had a right" to be wherever they were, or do whatever it is they were doing, even if it was unsafe for them to do so. The person who victimized them...it's not their fault either. They had a messed up childhood, or some other such crap.
And you see it with children. Little Tommy holds his finger 2 inches away from Sally's nose, taunting her. She smacks his finger out of the way, and little Tommy starts screaming bloody murder that "she hit me!" Yeah, well you provoked it you little ass.
A mother's baby was stolen out of her car. Victim here, victim here!!! Does it matter that she left the baby in the car while she ran into the grocery store? Sure as hell does. Is it "victim blaming" to say that she shouldn't have done that? No, it's not.
Teenager sneaks out of the house to go party with friends, and gets drunk off her ass and raped. Is it "victim blaming" to say that she made a poor choice to defy her parents and engage in activities that she legally isn't even allowed to do? No, it's not.
It's time a spade were called a spade. Just because Serena Williams made an observation about the Stuebenville rape victim (she shouldn't have been drinking), does NOT mean that she is "victim blaming". She did NOT say that the girl asked to be raped, deserved it, or those boys are not to blame. What she said was correct.