Here are some points from the website.
Rape is not sex, it is violence.
Only certain types of women get raped. It could never happen to me.
Reality: Anyone can be raped. Women and men from the very young to the elderly, people of all ethnicities, socioeconomic levels and all sexual orientations are raped.
Rapes are committed by strangers at night in dark alleys.
Reality: Most rapes are committed by someone the woman knows and at any time of day or night. Women are raped most commonly in their own homes.
Myth: Men can’t be raped.
Reality: Men can be and are sexually assaulted. Their attackers are almost always other males. The survivor in such sexual assaults is not necessarily, nor usually, gay.
Myth: Acquaintance rapes are not as serious as stranger rapes.
Reality: Acquaintance rape is as serious as rape by a stranger. Women who are raped by someone they know experience a similar degree of trauma as those raped by a stranger. Some specific feelings may be different but not the severity of the feelings.