Male rape survivors tackle military assault in tough-guy culture | Oratorasaurus


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Based on this article, men account for 53% of rape victims in the US military. Which means women are 47% of rape victims, despite the military being comprised of only ~14% women.

Not to say the reporting is completely correct (assaults against men are almost assuredly more under-reported than those against women). 

MRAs are not saying that women’s victimization should be downplayed in favor of men’s, we’re saying that men are being cast in the role of villain when they are a large percentage of victims, and women are being ignored as villains because society values them more than men. Demanding equal valuation and consideration is what we as MRAs are working towards.