Underlying Beadle's tweets is the leftist facade that it's never right to assign any responsibility to a victim. But only someone who is morally obtuse would think such a thing. The woman who gets drunk, goes to her first date's house, strips down into her underwear is acting both immorally as well as imprudently. Why is it immoral? Because it is immoral to tempt another or suborn other immoral activity. The man who leaves alcohol at his alcoholic brother-in-laws house is acting immorally.
Beadle's tweets also express her failure to be able to distinguish degrees of moral wrongness and culpability. The woman who goes to the first date's house and strips down does something far less immoral and is far less responsible for the date rape. But she does something more immoral and she is more responsible than the woman who does not get drunk, does not go to the house of someone she barely knows, but is nonetheless raped while minding her own business (who does nothing immoral at all).
To say that "To spread a message that we not provoke is wrong," is just plain foolishness. You are a fool if you think that you can do whatever you want and no one will ever retaliate. Fallen humans just aren't like that. Basically telling women that they can do whatever they want (with their bodies!) and can treat men however they want is bad for women (and men).