A man cannot get raped by a woman, but a man can rape another man (in the ass). But the woman cannot force a man who doesn't want to have sex, to do it. Reason is, to achieve penetration, the man must have an erection, the man gets an erection when he is sexually aroused. If he doesn't want to have sex, then he will not have an erection, if he does, then he will have an erection. That's why men can't be raped by women, even if they would claim to have been raped by a woman, they would be made fun of and it would not be true, because if he achieved penetration, it means he liked it and/or wanted to have sex.
By definition, rape is non-consensual sex. Men can sometimes be forced to have sex when they don't want to. Therefore, men can be raped.
For example, a man could have a gun held to his head, have barbiturates slipped into his drink, overpowered by a larger man or confused lesbian.
You might to sit down before I break this to you. Not all men are strong. :O You gasp! I know, I know, shocking. That strong man in the picture for this debate is not alone, granted, but if a strong man or woman was to try and abuse a less strong man, they could easily succeed.
Men can be raped by women, and by other men. Why shouldn't they be able to be raped? If it's a matter of strength, men can be drugged, or the woman can just be stronger than the man. I don't get why some people think that women are these weak, emotional beings, inferior to men. True, generally we are weaker than men, but that doesn't mean that ALL men are stronger than ALL women.
Men can indeed by victims be victims of rape or sexual assault; be it from another man or from a woman.
Unwanted, unconsensual sex is rape, regardless of the victim's and the rapist's biological sex. The stigma that men can't be raped and/or always want sex (even though the body reacts to stimuli whether someone likes it or not) and only women are victims needs to stop in order to help anyone who has been a victim.
:any act of sexual intercourse that is forced upon a person.
:the unlawful compelling of a person through physical force or duress to have sexual intercourse.
If you force a man to have sex with you (put the damn stereotypes away, men don't always want to sleep with you,) than it is rape. You do not have to be a female to be a victim of something.
A man can have an erection against his will, and someone can poison their alcohol with date rape drugs and even if he is sexually aroused, if he has decided he does not want to have sex, that is rape. Men are far less likely to report rape and in cases of female rape it is more likely ignored, treated as a joke, or treated as a lesser offence.
Men can be raped by women and other men. The definition of rape is non-consensual sexual activity or contact. If a man does not want to have sex, but a woman forces him to penetrate her or anything similar, that is rape. Simple as that. In fact, several studies even showed that 2/3 of men that admit to being raped say their assailant is a female. Men don't "always enjoy sex." Yes, for a woman the physical consequences could be more extreme, but the mental consequences are the same for everyone.
Definition of rape: Rape is a type of sexual assault usually involving sexual intercourse or other forms of sexual penetration carried out against a person without that person's consent.
An erection cannot be controlled. It's a response in the brain, because some ancient part says "ooh, I can make babies!" They cannot control it, and no, they don't always want to sleep with whoever they're with. If he doesn't say yes, then it's rape.
I apologize for the length.
Countless female rape victims experience arousel during rape. Does that mean that she consented? No. So, why should it be any different for men? When you bring up the "erection means consent" argument, you have to remember that an erection is not something you can control, it is a result of stimuli and nerves that can be manipulated by anyone who knows what they are doing. For example: you can wake up with an erection, or it can happen from a brush of your own pants. An erection does not always come at will; it is apart of sex, and you cannot control it. Also, even if arousel comes to it, No still means No.
Unless they are elderly or have some kind of medical condition, men are capable of fighting off the rape. If not then he is really week. If he did not want the rape then he can fight it off, especially if it's by a woman, in that case they can be a victim of attempted rape if they fought off but not rape. On the other hand women are weaker then men and can't fight off the way a man can. They can't do all the things men can do. That's why in the military women aren't allowed to do the same things as men, they have lower standards, and they are required to do less pushups.
Men can be raped by other men but you cant force a man to get an erection, a woman cannot rape a man; so unless he was turned on there is no way a man can be raped by a woman. The man would've been turned on. I can sympathise with women who get raped but a man who says they were raped by a woman is a liar.
Men can't get raped because they can retract the penis up into itself in times of distress. The penis is only in its erect state when it is stimulated; implying that the pants are off... That means the man took his pants off because he thought he had a chance of getting some poon. But what if the rapist was woman? Then who is getting raped? I think the real question is in why are the two victims in the same room together in the first place?
Not possible. If a woman is seducing a man, that is officially "willing". If a man is being raped, his mind will be put into overdrive. The pressure to get erect will cause an adverse affect. The man will be way too scared to perform. If he is not scared, then he is willing.
Erection is needed and erection equals interest. Undesirably seduced maybe but raped NOT A CHANCE IN HELL. A man could rape a man but never could a woman. This talk of sedatives is nonsense men on downers can't get erections and most certainly can not climax. Spare me the ridiculousness!!!
Patriarchy has been defining characteristic of western society for a very long time. Socially, men still have much of this power and it is exerted on women through acts of a sexist nature. Much of the time, men exert their power through verbal abuse, control, beatings and often times rape. When a man rapes a woman, it furthers his control and power and symbolically it is a thousand years of patriarchy raping her. Women have never had this upper hand in society. So can they rape? Rape is nothing more than a vile act to exert social power and women have no historical or social power to offer up, being the victims of sexism for so long.
Take a 13 year old boy, his mother rapes him, this continues once in a while until he is 18 and moves out. At first he doesn't have the strength to protect himself, as he is 18 he almost doesn't want to protect himself. This turns from rape to insect, needing an erection this wouldn't be considered rape. It would be considered incest being aroused from your own mother. Whether the sex is non-consensual or not. Where is the line drawn?
It's clear that men love sex more then women. I find it really hard to see how a man would dislike having sex women. Most would love it even if they were say married or not. It's apart of a mans nature to always love sex. Dose who claim to be raped by a woman as a man is either trying to get love from others or they just won't accept it.
A woman is physically weaker to a man so the man could easily fight off a woman and to have sex the man has to have an erection. A man could rape another man though because he wouldn't need an etection because he's getting it up the ass and the one that's doing the raping is stronger than him
Men cannot be raped because only overprivileged straight white cis men would fantasize about sexual assault on anyone. And the rape culture encourages men to rape more as the feminine ones are the ones who get blamed on. Queer men however technically can be raped because they have been opressed by patriarchy.