Now here’s a piece of bad news. It's just another classic example of society's standards and ideals. But this time, it ISN'T about women with gaunt proportions or guys with a 10-inch penis, no we now ENCROACH upon this area of assumption:
That because women are seen to be as weak to men, men are often the perpetuated stereotype of "rape."
But maybe there IS some justice in this. If you'll ask somebody, "rape" would immediately mean sticking your dick in something, or at least sexually assaulting someone without their consent. Still, I asked around and it is assumed that a WOMEN raping a man is less likely, giving the assumption that women are weaker than men.
Plus, it may be awkward for a woman to subdue a man, and somehow "FORCE" her self on top of a guy's wang. Oh and if the guy "DIDN'T" want sex, how would see "FORCE" him to have an erection? Kinda funny when ya think about it.
Still, by principle I think it's possible. I mean man or woman, you can sexually assault someone against someone's will. It's just that I guess it's far graver and less unacceptable in the man's case. But hey, what about female teachers who pray on schoolboys? By the way, why WOULD a middle-aged women pray on a guy that's not only younger than her, but also hasn't GRADUATED yet? That just boggles the mind.