You have a responsibility to know the law in the land you live in.
Only about six percent of all rapists ever see the inside of a prison cell.
The problem isn’t too many people convicted of rape, it’s too many survivors thinking it’s useless to report the crime.
Women in general hate the false-accusers even more than men do, as these “traitors” make it even harder for the rest of us to be believed, or even listened to in the first place.
Quite a few rape-VICTIMS have been forced to move, as the community sides with the rapist, calling the victim a liar and a whore.
If she’s just lying there, like a dead fish, not reacting in any way, there’s a risk she’s in Frozen Fright and literally CAN’T react. That’s how about 70 percent of rape-victims react during the rape. They don’t decide later that they didn’t like it, they KNEW when it started that they didn’t like it, but weren’t able to defend themselves.
In Sweden, we now have consent laws. You are responsible for making sure that the other person WANTS to have sex with you, and if you fail to do this, you can be charged with careless rape or careless sexual abuse.
But yes, we often do raise boys to think it’s OK to take and use girls’ and women’s bodies for their own benefit. We ought to tell small boys that it’s NOT OK to hug someone if s/he doesn’t want to be hugged. We can’t say “boys will be boys” and “he’s only pushing you because he likes you” while the boys are small, and then suddenly say to teenage boys “NO, you can’t do that!”, when they continue to hug girls who don’t want to be hugged (or worse). We must be consistent, from early childhood, that everyone has the exclusive right to his or her body.