From this page, via the FBI. Just so you know, rape culture exists for men too. Except it’s not just culture, it’s written law.
No, it’s not “rape culture exist for men too”. It’s not a different rape culture women and men live in. That men are excluded from being “victim of rape” is part of the same rape culture (rape is still defined as “vaginal penetration via penis”. not foreign objects. not fingers. not oral sex. not anal sex).
Wait, are you arguing against me or agreeing with me? It seems you switched sides halfway through there, maybe typos? Either way, the definition of rape (according to the dictionary) is: 1.) the unlawful compelling of a person through physical force or duress to have sexual intercourse, or 2.) any act of sexual intercourse that is forced upon a person.
So, the fact that men are arbitrarily legally excluded from that definition is an issue of rape culture, specifically American rape culture.
My point is, men can be raped too, and the reason there are no stats for fe/male-on-male rape is because the legislature ignores it, and provides no avenue for men to report rape to the authorities. Men don’t rape people, rapists rape people.