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« Reply #15 on: September 16, 2016, 08:08:00 PM »

How sweet of you. Working on the outline of two stories of women raping me right now. When I get some actually time off I'll write them, or maybe combine both into one story.



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« Reply #16 on: October 15, 2016, 04:06:34 PM »

A while back I spent some time reading up on female-on-male rape. Apparently most of it involves the guy being asleep (either naturally or due to being intoxicated/high, or drugged by the woman), and he comes to with the woman riding his cock and still being too out of it to throw her off.

Beyond that you've got your blackmail/coercion/sexual harassment situations, and the old gag where the room is dark and she pretends to be someone else in order to have sex with him.

Actual female-on-male violent rape would have to be very specific circumstances, a woman highly trained in combat skills could probably pull it off with an out-of-shape guy with no fight training.
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« Reply #17 on: October 17, 2016, 03:15:26 AM »

Talking about the external stimulus thing, if it hadn't been mentioned I would have totally disagreed with the idea of women being able to rape men but something similar has happened to me.
I certainly never classed it as rape and still don't but I really didn't want to fuck this women at all, she was quite a few years older than me and I didn't think she was attractive in any way, however she and her hubby certainly set out to seduce me and my wife. We were young and pretty naive and they were neighbors who had come round for drinks.
Well, they had brought round some porn films as well and they were into the swinging scene, so after a while of watching and a few drinks she came on to me, rubbing me and eventually sucking me, right in front of her hubby who was pretending disgust but took my wife upstairs while she got naked and climbed on me to fuck. I can really say I didn't want to but even so I had a hard on and went through the motions, eventually pretending I had cum and managed to stop. It wasn't rape but I didn't want to do it.
The story I got from my wife was they never had penetrative sex.
Needless to say life on the estate was a bit awkward for us until the neighbors moved and we got divorced some years later.
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« Reply #18 on: October 17, 2016, 10:07:10 AM »

A while back I spent some time reading up on female-on-male rape. Apparently most of it involves the guy being asleep (either naturally or due to being intoxicated/high, or drugged by the woman), and he comes to with the woman riding his cock and still being too out of it to throw her off.

Beyond that you've got your blackmail/coercion/sexual harassment situations, and the old gag where the room is dark and she pretends to be someone else in order to have sex with him.

Actual female-on-male violent rape would have to be very specific circumstances, a woman highly trained in combat skills could probably pull it off with an out-of-shape guy with no fight training.

The overwhelming majority of rapes in general are done with drugs. More on topic, a fairly recent study found that about 18% of men surveyed reported that a woman had raped them using force.

Your last paragraph goes a ways towards explaining why it's so underreported, in that you imply, if not directly state, that every man is stronger than every woman, and that only a trained martial artist could possibly overpower a man. Feeding into the belief that any man who's raped actually wanted it.
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