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1.
Shaming victims of rape, making women feel bad for having consensual sex, making fun and trivializing rape and not embracing sex positivity so the unfortunate victims of rape who want to put their rapist behind bars will have fear that they will be blamed.
1. Blaming a female for dressing like a "slut" instead of the rapists is an example of rape culture.

2. Teaching women how not to get raped instead of teaching, mostly men, don't rape is an example of rape culture.

3. Blaming the victim and not the rapist is an example of rape culture.

4. Telling rape jokes such as "This is my rape face" is an example of rape culture.

5. Denying rape culture exists.
by gotaproblemwithfeminists July 03, 2011
 
2.
Something that doesn't exist.
Rape culture is a completely made up concept.
by 2gurls1cup4ever May 16, 2014
 
3.
The literal definition would posit a culture that advocates and normalizes rape, which is blatantly not true of the Western world and why people obviously deny it (because it doesn't exist).

Feminism's redefinition though... sigh... is a sub-ideology that concerns the collective issues, cultural ingraining and disparagement of rape. Basically a pseudo-theory that society has been groomed by patriarchy to enable and excuse rape.

Despite numerous flaws and dogmatic principle, many feminists and SJWs are pushing it as unequivocal fact. Its flagship slogan is "Don't tell me what to wear, teach MEN not to rape!".

Said slogan also defies reason.
A few tenets of this twaddle include:
- dissent of rape culture is proof of rape culture
- questioning a rape accuser is victim blaming
- rape accusers never lie
- consent is black and white
- porn grooms men to rape
- trials that do not find a conviction are rape culture
- this urban dictionary definition is rape culture
by shikaku August 26, 2014