This article titled What is Rape Culture? offers a great overview of the many societal ways that rapists and rape-think occur.
“Rape culture” is a culture in which sexual violence is considered the norm — in which people aren’t taught not to rape, but are taught not to be raped. The term was first used by feminists in the 1970s but has become popular in recent years as more survivors share their stories.
Check out these sections. It is sobering to think that if anything, things are getting worse with the use of social media to spread vile and shaming messages - but of course also on the other hand, prove rape behavior) Haven't we heard of some of these for years and years?
Anyone Can Be A Rapist
The Idea of "Gray Rape"
"No" Means "Yes"
The Myth of Preventing Rape
The "Friend" Zone
Pick up Artists
Fear of Reporting
False Rape Accusations
The Power of Celebrity
The "Promising Future" Media Narrative
The Lack of Attention in Minority Communities