Most of us would detest every form of murder, but shooting up an entire classroom is agreed by everyone to be “worse” than a robbery that resulted in the murder of a store clerk. That doesn’t demean the status of the latter being a form of tragedy. What’s the problem then? This would then translate to the argument that some form of rape or murder is “better” than another. This would understandably infuriate many, but as Dawkins might correctly say, the fact that one is better than another doesn’t make either of them good.