This suggests that all men are immune to non-consensual sex, completely ignoring the concept of men who are raped by other men, or men who are forced to have sex with non-physical means. The idea for this focus came to her when she came across National Crime Victimization Survey that found that 38 percent of sexual violence victims are men — a proportion drastically higher than other data had suggested. Investigating further, Stemple and her colleagues found that 4. Perhaps even more surprisingly: When the national data on rape was combined with data on victims forced to penetrate someone else with coercion, bribery, or when they were drunk, high or otherwise unable to consent, the rates of nonconsensual sex were basically equal.
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Forced penetration: If a woman forces a man to have sex, is that rape?
By Lauren Steussy. July 25, pm Updated July 25, pm. The survey asked male rape victims about the circumstances behind their abuse, and what happened afterward. Examples of forced-to-penetrate cases included situations like when a man wakes up to find a woman having sex with him without his consent, or being forced to have non-consensual sex with a woman as a result of her blackmailing him. It could also happen as a result of being physically, emotionally or financially threatened by a woman.
This included women using their bodyweight to pin down their victims, or even threatening them with a weapon. Sexual violence against men remains a taboo — especially when the attack is perpetrated by a woman. Although the sample size was small only men took part , Dr Weare said this was a reflection of the issue being woefully under-reported and under-discussed. You may be at risk of sexually transmitted infections STIs , so you should get checked out by your doctor as soon as you can. If you have been a victim of rape or sexual assault within the last 10 days, you can go to a SARC and receive immediate help and support.