And Dinah, Leah’s daughter…went out…Shechem the son of Hamor…saw her and…abused her. Dinah is referred to as “Leah’s daughter” and Rashi says the daughter was like her mother. Earlier the Torah records that one day Leah went out, ahead of her sister Rachel, to seize Jacob; now the same happens, Dinah, Leah’s daughter…went out and calamity occurs. Abrabarnel rejects this interpretation as “victim blaming,” as if somehow Dinah and her mother are to blame. He points out that because Rachel went out, she met Jacob before her sister Leah, and so it seems that not only can going out lead to good things, but Rachel was more prone to going out than Leah.