Again, how can the statistics be completely justified when men simply do not report sexual harassment and rape nearly as often as women do.
I am not belittling the horseshit that women have to deal with from sexually aggressive men, but how could the stats tally up the people who don't come forward with the info? Out of curiosity, did you report the two women who forced themselves on you while you were passed out drunk?
Where are you getting the idea that men don't report sexual assault as much as women? Surely if it's a big unknown then there can be no evidence to support what you're saying? I didn't report it because at the time I didn't consider it assault, and because it hasn't negatively impacted my mental or physical health; in fact I don't think I've ever even told anyone before. One piece of anecdotal evidence does not constitute blanket proof however, and I refuse to be used as a statistic.
I can only go on what has been compiled over the years and decades of demographic study, and the conclusion of said studies are more often than not that sexual assault is a male dominant crime, although it is also one perpetrated by a smaller number of women. So I understand that there are two sides, I'm not saying "woman on man sexual assault doesn't happen". I said 'men are gross', you responded with what boils down to a 'not all men' response, as far as I'm concerned. To me that's diversionary.