The issue of rape and sexual abuse is the talk of town especially the recent one from baba ijesha. we have had celebrities like iyabo ojo speaking out against rape and protesting for the conviction of baba ijesha, Tonto dikeh also said rapist should be castrated, great.. But does that connote they are overlooking the fact that females rape too? 80 out of every men has experiend sexual assault or rape at one point or the other in their life.. Most from aunties, househelps and Co, but who will listen if such boy child speaks out? The most common thing they say is "tell me you didn't enjoy it".. It will shock you if some men start sharing their abuse ordeal, then you will know where and what the real problem is. Most rapist today are the monsters our aunties, sisters and house help, uncles, fathers made.. Have they thought of giving rape issue another approach? Have they thought if a boy child is given more attention that a girl child has, will there be rapist? Most Gays too are a result of abuse from men.. Read the story of Donnie mackluklin, you will understand better.. In as much as I support the campaign against rape, I feel there is a misandrist undertone, and I feel mothers should pay equal attention to their male child and ladies should stop molestation of young boys... What goes around comes around So the question, what do you think is the lasting solution to rape in Nigeria? And is there any misandrist undertone in the campaign against RAPE?