When you rape a woman, it's a man/men who's going to arrest/kill/lynch you.
When you beat up a woman, it's a man/men who's going to arrest/kill/lynch you.
When you harass a woman, it's a man/men who's going to arrest/kill/lynch you.
All of that assuming, of course, that it won’t be you on the receiving end of any of this…
Going to, again, repeat what I already said here. If those guys are really going to waltz through life thinking they are untouchable as long as they don’t get into a confrontation with other men, and that all women, collectively, are nothing but their victims-to-be, eternally at their mercy, they are doing nothing more but setting themselves up to be brutalized by women much crazier than they can ever hope to be.
Case in point, a study of sexual assault in 22 countries found that, in 10 of them (India, Israel, Korea, Singapore, Australia, Germany, Greece, Portugal, Sweden, and the US), a higher proportion of men compared to women reported experiencing sexual coercion in the previous 12 months. Plus, two countries (Hong Kong and New Zealand), had more women than men reporting perpetrating sexual coercion in the previous 12 months. Not to mention that in many of the remaining countries, there was a rough gender parity in this area, with the gender differences in victimization especially being just a few percentage points.
Or, a second case in point, a study of sexual assault in 10 European countries, which also looked at the methods used by the perpetrator. While, similarly to the above-mentioned study, men self-reported perpetration of this crime at higher levels than women did in all of those countries, self-reported victimization was a different story, with more men than women claiming to have been sexually victimized by someone using their authority and physical force to force them into sex in 5 of those countries (Cyprus, Greece, Lithuania, Poland and Portugal). And before anyone points out the obvious, none of those reported encounters were between two men (or two women). The homosexual encounters reported to the researchers in this study were roughly 3% of total, so they were simply discarded, with all the abuse reported here being between men and women.