This is going to be a controversial mytake and I'm going to be siding with the feminists for once, so better get things cleared up.
There is something strangely erotic yet sinister about this image
Sure, there is such a thing as made to penetrate - it's entirely conceivable that under exceptional circumstances a man can be drugged up, tied up and forced into erection mode with viagra by some erratically kinky dominatrix he wants nothing to do with. But what we have to ask ourselves is, is this reality a regular phenomena?
40% of rapists are women now? Better beware the rohl hypnol brandishing gangs of ovulating femdoms outdoors now, gents. Seriously, what percentage of these rape allegations by men against women were proven true?
I'm sorry but as a man, I just don't buy it.
Women are less physically strong and less aggressive.
Women are much harder to become sexually aroused and therefore less incentivised to initiate something like rape even if they could.
Women cannot get a man hard if he does not want to do it.
Women don't carry around date rape kits of viagra, rohl hypnol and handcuffs as far as I'm aware.
Let's be honest now, while this would not be a realistic case of female on male rape (the woman would probably be a lot less desirable, as attractive as a life sized barbie doll is), it wouldn't be most guys worst nightmare, either.
So what does circulating this myth do?
1. It marginalises actual rape of women by men
2. It marginalises actual rape of men by men, e.g. in prison cells.
I can't stress how big of a problem both these things are. Women are much more easily raped by men than vice versa and is demoralising when it happens. Prison rape is a truly horrendous ordeal for a man and is no laughing matter. But prison rape is joked about by comedians all the time and the western countries do very little to remedy a very real problem - e.g. extra shower cubicles, private single rooms, more cctv surveillance of inmates AND guards etc.
In short, if MRAs want to put emphasis on the fact that men can be victims of rape and sexual assault, they should focus on cases of rape where the man is the initiator, specifically in prisons where the majority of male on male cases happen.