Being raped is a status symbol
I've said this several times on .co but I want to dedicate a thread on it to discuss.
It may have struck you that women are very open about having been assaulted or raped. You'll see them start their monologue with "as a rape survivor..."; you'll see them refer to "my rapist" as though it's an attribute; they yell #metoo on Twitter; they'll idly remark just how often they get groped.
But why? Why would you want to announce this so badly? The answer is that it is a symbol of status. Women's only power is their sexual desirability, and so the female social hierarchy is focussed almost entirely on this trait. Social creatures as they are, this hierarchy is crucial for them, so they are eager to climb it. By claiming rape or assault, the foid indicates sexual desirability, as she implies she is irresistible to men.
This is also why, when a woman talks about her rape story, other women typically respond with their own story: it's just a one-up in disguise. It's also why, in part, so many false rape allegations have been made. In actuality, true rape is rare (having drunk sex like a whore doesn't count) so women compensate by dramatising an irl event or just completely making one up.