By Rod Van Mechelen
In the final analysis, women as a population contribute as much to the problem of rape as men do. This is not blaming the victim, as feminists claim, because the feminists' sexist propoganda to the contrary notwithstanding, all women, nor even a large segment of the female population, are victims of rape.
As a population, then, women contribute to the problem of rape in the way they confuse violence with virility. In the way they turn men into success objects and advertise themselves as expensive sex objects. In the ways they commit emotional violence and torment and humiliate men. In every way they batter, berate and disempower men, they support the increasing incidence of rape.
That women commit sexual violence against men, and are guilty of rape, too, just makes this worse.
This does not mean women are solely to blame. It does mean they are, with men, both part of the problem and part of the solution. Men cannot solve this problem alone. It must be a joint effort, a shared responsibility.