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.' Apart from criminal proceedings, committing marital rape has also consequences in a divorce case.
Rape victims in the country face a double risk of being subjected to violence: on one hand they can become victims of honor killings perpetrated by their families, and on the other hand they can be victimized by the laws of the country: they can be charged with adultery, a crime that can be punishable by death.
Furthermore, they can be forced by their families to marry their rapist.
Prevalence of reasons for not reporting rape differ across countries.