Being forced to take the trash out or being forced to do your homework are a little different to being forced to marry (potentially for life) a man you do not wish to marry, to have sex with him as and when he desires (as is the case in their culture), bear his children without a say in the matter, and risk your life in doing so.
You have to see there is a bit of a difference in those things. Even the most serious things you are forced to do in the west (like... you are forced (pretty much) to go to a particular school by your parents) are really nothing compared to that. Also, in the west you have a lot more legal protection for the extreme things you don't want to do. You have places you can call (child abuse places like Childline) if the things you are being forced to do are too extreme.
I was forced to go to the military (like every man in my country), I was forced to serve my country with my life (literally).
I don't think those are small things. I would do them without being forced, too. But that doesn't change they are being forced upon me.
I really have hard time understanding the demonizing of sex. Everyone WANTS to have sex in their life, it's the best thing in the world.
Now when sex is forced it becomes the WORST AND MOST ATROCIOUS THING IN THE WORLD.
How the fuck does that kind of switch happen.
Not all sexual experiences for all involved parties are pleasurable.
Would you look forward to sex if you were unlikely to orgasm because your partner wasn't interested in your pleasure, or even your comfort? If it was a painful experience for you because you aren't aroused by your partner, would you look forward to doing that again?
Obviously I would not enjoy it and wouldn't look forward to doing that again. But people do other discomforting things, too, because it's part of life and needs to be done. Like work.