So I was just randomly thinking about something. It seems to be well known that when a woman is raped there are certain questions that are asked. Such as what was she doing, what was she wearing, was alcohol or drugs involved, etc. Personally I do not believe that any of these things matter and that rape is rape. If you can't get an explicit and enthusiastic yes out of your "partner" then you shouldn't do it and its probably rape. Many other people though believe that some women should hold at least part of the blame because they put themselves in a bad position, such as going to a party and getting completely wasted.
I wonder how ppl would feel if the tables were turned though. Such as male on male rape. If Scott is at a party passed out and his friend Andy decides to have anal sex with him, would you blame Scott at all? Would you feel that perhaps Scott led Andy on by making (disgusting) male penis jokes or other references that might send mixed signals to a homosexual male? Would it matter if Scott knew Andy was homosexual? Would it matter if Andy was drunk too?
I know that acts of homosexuality are a touchy subject for some people, so what if Scott was raped by a girl? Lets say Scott gets drunk, breaks up with his girlfriend, and then passes out. The girlfriend has sex with him in an attempt to get pregnant and force him to stay in the relationship.
What if sex isn't involved at all? What if someone takes obscene photos or videos of Scott while his is passed out?
These are just some of the situations that I can think of. Many horrible acts have been done to women when they are in a vulnerable state and there is always someone ready to say it is her fault, at least in part, because of the situation she allowed herself to be in. So I just wonder how people would feel if the victim was male.