Originally posted by @indonesia-phil to Mott-the-Hoopie
I'm not convinced by this women raping men business; without getting too graphic, if a man
isn't a willing participant then it kind of doesn't work, does it? Women seduce, but that's different...
The misogynistic troll Mott-the-Hoopie's opinions on rape are ignorant (at best) and reprehensible.
The (racist, sexist) right-wing tabloid 'The Daily Mail' loves to emphasize cases of
women allegedly raping men or boys and non-white men allegedly raping white women.
In the interest of factual accuracy, however, I present this article (which should be read carefully):
"The Understudied Female Sexual Predator
According to new research, sexual victimization by women is more common than gender stereotypes would suggest."
--Conor Friedersdorf (28 November 2016)
"As well, “a 2014 study of 284 men and boys in college and high school found that 43 percent
reported being sexually coerced, with the majority of coercive incidents resulting in unwanted
sexual intercourse. Of them, 95 percent reported only female perpetrators. The authors
*defined sexual coercion broadly, including verbal pressure such as nagging and begging,*
which, the authors acknowledge, increases prevalence dramatically.”
'Nagging and begging' (by women toward men) was defined as 'sexual coercion' rather than 'seduction'.
(What did Mrs Robinson do to Benjamin in the film 'The Graduate'? Was it a crime?)
Evidently, a common difference between these reports of sexual abuse by women upon
men as compared to those by men upon women is that the women were much less likely
to commit acts of forcible sexual penetration upon men. Would a man who has not been
forcibly penetrated feel as violated as a woman who has been forcibly penetrated?
"And according to the paper, when female abusers are reported, they are less likely to be investigated,
arrested, or punished compared to male perpetrators, who are regarded as more harmful."