I don’t make this shit up. The United Nations says 23% of men surveyed in Asia admit to having at least one rape under their belt. They say Asia but it’s really Papua New Guinea, Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Indonesia, and Sri Lanka where one in four guys surveyed admitted to having raped a woman before. That certainly seems kind of high. I don’t think you pull those kind of rape stats even in the worst frat in America on a Saturday at 2am after a grain alcohol party with the college feminists rigging the numbers. To be fair to Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, they only really came back 1 in 10 rapists, being the victim of averages with places like Papua New Guinea where 6 in 10 men have forced themselves on a woman before. It’s usually their wives, but in many cases, just other Papua New Guineans and Cambodian women caught in a giant raping frenzy. Like shark week, if sharks were deviant miscreants who sexually assaulted women.
The study went further to break down the precise reasons for all this raping going on:
Nearly three quarters of those who committed rape said they did so for reasons of “sexual entitlement”. They believed they had the right to have sex with the woman regardless of consent.
The second most common motivation reported was to rape as a form of entertainment, so for fun or because they were bored.
That was followed by using rape as a form of punishment or because the man was angry.
In summary, Because I Can, Because I’m Bored, and Because She Needed a Lesson rank as your top three reasons for rape in Southeast Asia. You would’ve thought Because I’m Fucking Horny or Because My Country Doesn’t Allow Porn would’ve been in there somewhere. But, no, these guys are old school. There’s something to be said for the grand traditions of rape.