"That MOFO raped my good friend. So I took my boys out and we beat him into the hospital."
2. To total annihilate in an activity. see own, ownage, and pwn
3. To bother one
Men can rape men and women. Same goes with women, ever heard of dildos?
2. I'm going to rape you on SOCOM Seals II tonight.
3. My punk music shall always rape my parents ears.
Rape is not erotic at all and it is not about sexual pleasure; rape is about power and control over another.
Usually, rape is reported as a man raping a woman; men who rape often have sex quite often and/or have a sexual dysfunction. In the case of the dysfunction, he could be taking out his frustration by rape.
Other times, men feel threatened by women and their rising status and want women back where they were, so they attack women, wanting to hurt them, embarrass them, and frighten them. This case is especially true in places where traditional gender roles are rigid and where the "ideal" male is aggressive, unfeeling, and strong.
Women, on the other hand, are totally capable of raping men. A common way that they do so is to blackmail men into sex with them.
And men can rape other men and women can rape other women just as easily as heterosexuals can rape the opposite gender.
Rapists often threaten their victims too if they try to report the rape, so many rapes are not not mentioned until much later. And who knows where the rapist has been? The victim could become infected with an STI or become pregnant because of the attack.
Oh, and when a lady says "No!", she means "No!"
Do your best to escape rape if you can: scream for help, bite them, scratch them, punch them, hit her in the breasts, kick him in the crotch, stomp on their feet, punch them in the gut, kick them in the shins, do whatever you can to get away from them. Take a self-defense class if you don't feel that you can fight.
Remember: rape is not the victim's fault; it's the rapist's fault and the rapist's problem. They're the ones who need punishment. The victim did not "ask for it".