Actually all my life I’ve been taught that no means no. All my life I’ve been taught rape is wrong, illegal and bad.
Men are taught that if they are drunk and have sex they’re a rapist.
Men are taught that rape is wrong.
Men are taught that they will go to jail and be put on the sex offenders register for life if they touch another human being without consent.
Women are taught that they can molest and rape men and children and other women and nothing will ever happen because they’re a women and they can do no wrong.
Your statistics are wrong.
“The article also cites statistics on sexualized violence in the U.S. military that many found shocking: According to the Pentagon, at least 26,000 service members reported experiencing “unwanted sexual contact in 2012,” of which 53 percent were male.”
“Another common belief about male rape is that men are at greater risk of rape in prison. In a 2001 report, Human Rights Watch estimated the total number of male inmates raped in custody in the United States to be upward of 140,000. But in its December 2012 bulletin, the Bureau of Justice Statistics reported that women make up only 7 percent of the 1,598,780 Americans in prison. Effectively determining victimization, therefore, requires an analysis of the individual threat faced by male and female inmates, instead of an examination of percentages.”
“Experts also argue that the stigma attached to male-on-male rape is so great that men are reluctant to come forward. This is very likely the case, but our research has shown that the stigma for women, especially in places where a woman’s purity is prized above any other attribute, can be just as paralyzing. While the Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN) estimates that about 54 percent of all assaults in the U.S. go unreported, a study by the University of Rochester found reporting rates to be as low as 16 percent. The numbers, though varying among organizations, are always dismal.”
“A 2010 study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, found that in the Democratic Republic of Congo, about 40 percent of women and 24 percent of men reported being exposed to sexual violence in their lifetime. Of these numbers, 75 percent of women and 65 percent of men said they were exposed to conflict-related sexualized violence.”
There. I think you’ll find it’s a lot closer than you think. Stop playing the fucking victim card. FYI I was raised FEMALE and was molested by my father at thirteen and a few months later had my 16 year old boyfriend try and coerce me into sex because “he had a condom”. My best friend and boyfriend have both been repeatedly raped and sexually assaulted through their lives to… so I speak from the standing point of someone who knows this shit. And also the standing point of someone who’s seen way too many women get away with this shit and way too many men getting their lives ruined by false accusations. Men are MURDERED and BEATEN simply for being ACCUSED of rape. And yet when a woman does it everyone is like “he totally wanted it.” “he totally asked for it” “he enjoyed it” “it wasn’t her fault!”