Prevalence of reasons for not reporting rape differ across countries.They may include fear of retaliation, uncertainty about whether a crime was committed or if the offender intended harm, not wanting others to know about the rape, not wanting the offender to get in trouble, fear of prosecution (e.g.The laws in Australia have evolved from the English common law offense of rape, but have gradually changed, especially in the late 20th century.
3.7% of men in rural Bangladesh had raped another man.
89.2% of urban Bangladeshi men answered 'agree' or 'strongly agree' to the statement 'if a woman doesn't physically fight back, it's not rape.' Members of the Pakistani military and supporting Islamist militias from Jamaat-e-Islami raped between 200,000 and 400,000 Bangladeshi women, according to Bangladeshi and Indian sources, in a systematic campaign of genocidal rape.
82% of rural Bangladeshi and 79% of urban Bangladeshi men cited entitlement as their reason for rape.
61.2% of urban Bangladeshi men who had raped did not feel guilty or worried afterwards, and 95.1% experienced no legal consequences.
Non-consensual sexual penetration is termed "Rape" in Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, and Tasmania; "Sexual Assault" in New South Wales; "Sexual intercourse without consent" in the ACT and the Northern Territory; "Sexual penetration without consent" in Western Australia.