At least that’s close to what my (although not very deep) analysis seems to suggest.
This report suggests one in ten Norwegian women got raped: http://www.regjeringen.no/pages/38635924/NKVTS_vold-voldtekt-2014.pdf
They surveyed men and women between ages 18 and 75. They found that 1,1% of the men reported being raped, and 9,4% of women, which is about one in ten. ( Here it is in English)
A few months ago I was reading National Geographic, and found an article talking about the Democratic Republic of Congo and how much of a hellhole it is for everyone but the warlords. Something caught my attention. It stated that in 2007, the estimate number for female rape victims was over a million. And this page provides an estimate of 200 000 (I guess the topic is under-researched and under-resourced). Here it says that in 2010, population was 65 966 000, with a 0.99 male/female ratio for ages 15-64. 51,1% of the population were in that age range in 2010. That means there were about 16 939 000 15-64 females in 2010. If a million of them is raped, we have a rape statistic of about 6%. Smaller than the statistic for Norwegian women 18-75. Some sources say around closer to 2 million Congolese women have been raped, so 12%. It’s more than in Norway, but not by far. Surprising that the difference between the non-violent, feminist, wealthy Norway and violent, non-feminist poor Congo would be so little.
So what’s going on? Is Congo not as bad as we think? Or is Norway secretly horrible to live in? Or perhaps I made some mistake? Are surveys in Congo underestimating the rapes? Or are Norwegians counting as rape things that aren’t rape (a normal thing for a Western feminist)?