Seems men would be more able to fight back against rape than most women. How do these rapes happen?
Here’s a link to the website for the guys making the movie about male-on-male sexual assault in the military.
They said that a lot of the times it’s a gang-rape situation and sometimes the victim is actually drugged.
I gave them a donation. This issue needs to be brought into the light.
There are things called weapons. Bayonets, K-Bar knives. Wire connected to two sticks to make a garrot. The use of these things on someone without them generally renders their fighting back ineffectual and possibly fatal.
Two people outnumbering one person generally wins - other things being equal.
Someone who is on their way back to the barracks after imbibing adult beverages at the club isn't going to fare well against someone sober.
I don't know where you got the idea that being male makes one invincible, but it is not a concept connected in any way to reality.
One more reality, (from someone who went in during the Iranian Crisis and served til after the first Gulf War) : rape has always been a severe risk for prisoners captured in Islamic conflicts regardless of sex.
More apt, yes, and more successful one on one. But all it takes is ganging up on them. Not even trained killers can necessarily fight off three assailants, especially if they’re also trained killers. Or they can be coerced into sex with something held over their heads.
Besides being raped by somebody stronger or in a gang, in the military those who outrank you (like in the incident earlier this thread) have a lot more real power than civilian bosses do. Including the ability to get you killed.