Ok. This might get controversial a bit. But I didn't start this thread to mock or the disagree...I'm actually looking to hear some first hand
information on how this happens. Apparently it does.
This is a follow up thread on www.abovetopsecret.com...
One of the male members responded (I'm not gonna quote it) the he got raped and it can happen.
Now, what are we talking about there ? At first instance, I have a hard time accepting that I (a man ) can be raped by a woman. There is always that
physical strength issue that bothered me about these cases.
Let's see what Wiki says about rape....
Rape is a type of sexual assault usually involving sexual intercourse, which is initiated by one or more persons against another person without that
person's consent. The act may be carried out by physical force, coercion, abuse of authority or with a person who is incapable of valid consent, such
as one who is unconscious, incapacitated, or below the legal age of consent. The term is most often defined in criminal law.
I don't want to talk about men being raped by other men. Let's stick with rape being committed by a woman against a man.
This is how I see it:
Can a man be forced to have sex with a woman? By forced, I mean, by using force. We are, for the most part, faster, stronger. So how can an average
woman force an adult man to...hm...have sex ?
Well wiki says also...."abuse of authority or with a person who is incapable of valid consent". Now, abuse of authority...that I can
But...is it really rape ?
Does a man who is coerced or through abuse of authority made to have sex with a woman, feel fear ?
I understand he is an unwilling participant, but he probably doesn't fear for his life (unless he's being raped at gun point by a woman ???, and
even then...how many cases have you heard...raped by a woman than killed). He is probably just angry for being put in that position. Does he scar for
life because of it ? Does he battle emotional trauma ? Does he suddenly start twitching at a woman's touch ? All traumas of rape are derived form
fear and pain inflicted. Since there probably isn't any fear and very probably no pain either...is it really a rape?
You could be far worse off being in a drunken bar fight, yet most of us have been in a fight or two during our lives. Are we emotionally scared for
life because of it? Not me.
Yes...I'm from the camp that would say..."man up"...I admit it. You had involuntary sex...but I wouldn't call it rape.
So any male members care to share their story of "rape" by a woman...I'm interested to read about the circumstances in which this can happen.
I'm sure some members will consider this primitive thinking...I wont argue that