“…nearly 1 in 5 women and 1 in 71 men in the United States have been raped”
I watched an episode of SharkTank, and Barbara Cochran palmed a male contestant’s butt with both hands then winked at her fellow Sharks. To my surprise they all laughed–more so, the network broadcast the behavior on national television.
I immediately thought to myself, if a man had done that to a woman… OMG! So I decided to do some research on Female-on-Male Sexual Assault.
1. Surveyed 40,000 people about rape and sexual violence–survey revealed 38% or 15k+ of men had been violated by a female perpetrator
2. 2011 survey of 302 male college students revealed 51.2% reported “at least one” sexual victimization experience since age 16 with almost 50% reporting a female perpetrator
3. 2012 study using data from the U. S. Census Bureau’s nationally representative National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions found in a sample of 43,000 adults little difference in the sex of self-reported sexual perpetrators–those who affirmed they forced someone to have sex against their will,’ 43.6% were female and 56.4% were male
4. 2014 study of 284 men and boys in college and high school found that 43% reported being sexually coerced; 95% by a female perpetrator
Final thoughts… an erection is not a dowsing rod of intention, it’s a bundle of nerves that can be manipulated by anyone who halfway knows what they’re doing.
So my question to you, what happens when he says no–is it still rape?