(Original post by ClickItBack)
Men commit the vast majority of crimes, and particularly violent crimes.
The vast majority of men are straight.
Therefore it is neither sexist, nor an indication of a 'rape epidemic culture' that women are sexually assaulted in much higher numbers than men.
Also worth noting that men are much more likely to be physically assaulted than women are to be sexually assaulted - but you don't see constant refrains about 'assault culture' or plaintive cries about victim blaming nonsense on that topic.
Bad, violent criminals will always exist and they will always be mostly male. For men, this means they will always be at risk of physical assault; for women, they will always be at risk of sexual assault. The sooner they get over that and accept it, the better for their own sakes.
Almost all the people who make the arguments you're criticising are simultaneously rejecting almost identical arguments themselves on the race and crime issue.
Blacks, in the US and the UK, are disproportionately responsible for crime, especially violent crime. In that case, too, most of the victims are also black, but the spillover to other races is nonetheless still higher than the spillover of other races' criminal activity to blacks.
If they reasoned consistently from their feminist principles, the same people arguing that 'rape culture' is a problem that needs to be suppressed would be arguing that 'black culture' is a problem that needs to be suppressed. People who argue for skewed burdens of proof to increase rape conviction rate would be arguing for skewed burdens of proof to increase black conviction rate. People who argue that male students should be forced to attend political meetings where they are told not to rape people would argue that black students should be forced to attend political meetings where they are told not to mug people or jack cars, etc.
Most people would (rightly) consider this to be a return to Jim Crow and utterly repugnant. They do not seem to see the analogy with their own position.
In fact the position the "social justice" people actually take on that issue is to deny that higher black crime rate even exists, arguing instead that the statistics are a result of a byzantine social conspiracy on the basis that the crime rate should be expected to be the same for everyone.