Notorious for drunkenly raping a young woman found unconscious in an alley, former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner ignited national conversations about college campuses and rape culture when he got a slap on the wrist for his heinous crime. Turner spent his trial attempting to justify his wrongdoing, flexing his privilege with both peers and the judge, and was subsequently sentenced to just three months in jail (of which he only served half of the time). Turner's failing is multiplicitous​: he didn't own up to his crime, he showed no remorse for the consequences of his actions, and not only did his trial illustrate the insidiousness of rape culture—he benefited from it, too.