I am not an expert on rape but I think this story on Gay.net is instructive. Check it out for yourself – It’s quite an eye-opener.
It happened so quickly that the whole thing seemed like a blur. I was screaming, my fists beating him in any place they could contact. I remember screaming and kicking him out of the house. I immediately broke-down the situation in my mind. It had barely lasted more than a few seconds. This wasn’t anything big. It was a mistake. I wasn’t a victim and if I acted like nothing happened, then nothing happened.
After reading this, I can understand how someone might repress the entire experience by pretending it never happened.
Which leaves one wondering: perhaps man on man rape is more common than we know, and it is the reporting of it that is muted. But, come to think of it, that is probably the case with man on woman rape, or any kind of sexual assault for that matter.
Also, check out this tear-jerking story of a disabled Ugandan woman who says she was defiled by a motorcyclist she hired.
We live in a cruel, cruel world.