Cases of which I'm talking about:
1. Men who has been raped by women has a difficult time getting justice for what was done to them.
Mainly because of the fact that there's this misconception that all men are supposedly strong, powerful and able to overpower any women who even attempted to give them such unwanted attention. That misconception often will work against them in court.
Even worse, they get ridiculed or looked down upon if it was found out that they got raped by women. such a viewpoint comes from the fact that society has built an unfortunate bias and social pressure about how men are supposed to act, etc.
So in short, those men are being treated worse than how women used to be treated if they ever got raped.
And for those who doubt that such a thing could be possible, here's links:
From the last link I would like to highlight this fact:
Male rape victims not only have to confront unsympathetic attitudes if they choose to press charges, they also often hear unsupportive statements from their friends, family and acquaintances (Brochman, 1991). People will tend to fault the male victim instead of the rapist. Stephen Donaldson, president of Stop Prisoner Rape (a national education and advocacy group), says that the suppression of knowledge of male rape is so powerful and pervasive that criminals such as burglars and robbers sometimes rape their male victims as a sideline solely to prevent them from going to the police.
There are many reasons that male victims do not come forward and report being raped, but perhaps the biggest reason for many males is the fear of being perceived as homosexual. However, male sexual assault has nothing to do with the sexual orientation of the attacker or the victim, just as a sexual assault does not make the victim survivor gay, bisexual or heterosexual. It is a violent crime that affects heterosexual men as much as gay men. The phrase “homosexual rape,” for instance, which is often used by uninformed persons to designate male-male rape, camouflages the fact that the majority of the rapists are not generally homosexual (Donaldson, 1990).
It seems that my Google powers are weak as seeing I couldn't find more links on different various cases that I had read in the past. (Inducing the case of an married man who was too drunk to drive home, and so stayed at a friend's house where the party was taking place. Only to find some strange woman on top of him in the middle of the night.)
There's even people saying that if the alleged male victims had an erection, then that must had meant that they enjoyed it. Wrong!!
Men cannot control their erections. Sometimes even when they aren't feeling aroused at all, their genitals will become erect anyway. This often happens to young teens, but It can even happen to men in their 20's or older too as well. That is, if there was some kind of simulation regardless of the men's state of non-arousal (or however you say it).
Much like how an woman's lower bits can become moist provided that it had enough simulation, regardless of whenever the women wanted the simulation or not.
2. Domestic abuse. When I say it, I bet you're picturing a man beating up some woman. However, there's been cases of women beating up the men too. Believe it or not, but there are still men who had been raised to believe that it was wrong to hit a woman, no matter what the situation. So They reuse to defend themselves if the women they marry, turns out to be the abusive type. This often results in death, or sereve injuries for the men.
There aren't that many help centers for abused men, so often those men feel like they have no place to go. And worse, if they do defend themselves in some way… then the cops can be easily called in to arrest the men. Even though the abusive women were clearly in the wrong.
There's plenty of help out there for female victims of any spefic crime. There's support centers, information on how the female victims can feel normal again, etc…
But there's not that much support for any of the male victims out there, espeically the male rape victims.
If We are truly equal, then why is it that nobody seems willing to realize that even men can be just as equally helpless in some aspects? Why shouldn't they be given the same considerations that they give women nowadays?