Alive (Movie)
10,000 BC (Movie)
10 000 Timmar (Movie)
10 to 11 (Movie)
This film is about a woman who, after a car crash, is kidnapped by a man in an underground bunker. He claims that an event has left the surface of Earth uninhabitable, and that he saved her. He acts threateningly throughout the movie, and it is revealed that he caused her car crash, and that he apparently kidnapped and killed a girl in the same bunker years before.
The 100 (TV Show)
An adult character has numerous sexual relationships with teenage girls. S1E6: sexual harassment (15:37-16:36). S3E10 ('Fallen'): a man is chained by the neck and verbally threatened by a woman. He is subsequently forced to have sex with her in order to avoid death.
There is a scene where a man corners a woman in a public bathroom and they kiss each other. When she tells him she would like to leave, he gets angry and forces her into a stall but an earthquake starts and both leave before anything further happens. A similar instance happens later in the movie with a different girl.
100 Humans (TV Show)
The 10Th Kingdom (TV Show)
11.22.63 (Movie)
The shows contains a love story between a woman from the 1960s and a man pretending to be someone else since he is coming from the future: he reveals his true identity in S1E5. S1E4: the female protagonist explains that her ex-husband abused and raped her on their wedding night. It is hinted that the abusive husband was himself abused as a child. S1E5: the aforementioned husband kidnaps, ties up and disfigures his ex-wife with a knife. When her lover comes to her rescue, the abuser is mocked for having being molested by his grandmother as a child. Throughout the series, scenes take place in strip clubs and brothels, and there are multiple scenes of domestic violence from various male characters.
When meeting the main love interest, the protagonist accidentally grasps her breast after she trips and he catches her. She appears to be fine with it or not noticing it. After the main character purchases a pack of condoms, the cashier winks at him and tells him not to do anything "against the law".
12 Angry Men (Movie)
12 Hour Shift (Movie)
13 Cameras (Movie)
13 Ghosts (Movie)
While there are no explicit sexual themes, the main lead is mentally and emotionally only thirteen-years-old when sexual/physically romantic scenes occur between her and the male characters. Those moments include waking up with a naked man and being flashed, receiving a strip-tease and being flashed, and kissing and flirting with the thirty-year-old male lead. Some viewers might find the situation of someone with the mental/emotional age of a child in these moments uncomfortable, given minors cannot consent properly.
13 Reasons Why (TV Show)
S1E1: it is revealed that a teenage boy lied about having slept with a teenage girl, publicly sharing a suggestive (although not overly revealing) photograph of her. From this point onwards, the girl is subjected to harassment and bullying with a sexual overtone throughout the series. From S1E2 onwards, there is a narrative which centres around a teenage boy having lied about sleeping with a teenage girl in order to punish his girlfriend for not wanting to sleep with him. S1E3: a teenage boy gropes a teenage girl in a store without her consent (42:50-43:15). Following the incident, she is seen crying and describes the emotional fallout. S1E9: a key character is raped on screen. The scene lasts approximately two minutes. S1E9-S1E13: following an on-screen rape in episode 9 the incident is discussed and analysed at length for the rest of the season. S2E13: a teenage boy is attacked and sexually assaulted; the scene is extremely graphic.
There is passing mention of the childhood sexual assault that Oprah Winfrey experienced.
13Th (2016) (Movie)
14 Cameras (Movie)
The antagonist routinely spies on, steals personal items from, and abducts women.
1408 (Movie)
17 Again (Movie)
An adult male character romantically pursues an adult female character relentlessly, despite a lack of interest from her. It is played off as comedy but comes across as harassment.
1911 (Movie)
1917 (Movie)
1984 (Movie)
1BR (2019) (Movie)
A woman is assigned a male partner, who kisses her briefly against her will. However, there is no implication that she is forced or pressured into having sex with him.
Sexual violence against female characters is discussed several times, largely focusing on its emotional impact on the survivors. However, in chapter 5 a female protagonist pressures a man into sex despite his continuous ambivalence about it, and this is handled rather insensitively.
Worthy of note: before having sex with a man, a woman asks him to do a roleplay in which he grabs her and repeatedly says' I'm sorry'.
A character mentions that he is scared of an action taht 'rhymes with grape'.
24 (2001) (TV Show)
25Th Hour (Movie)
One character in his thirties has a crush on one of his student who is a junior in high school. A big theme in the movie is the threat of the rape that the main character will likely experience in prison.
27 Dress (Movie)
A taxi driver spies on a woman as she is changing in his back seat.
Two female characters are in jeopardy of gang rape and are sexually harassed. One is a minor/underage.
Worthy of note: a woman is stripped naked and hosed down in a medical facility.
2Gether (TV Show)
Throughout the show, male characters get drunk and pass out at several occasions. Every time this happens, the characters mention how they could be assaulted, but it never happens. This is all played for laughs. S1E1: a character attempts to drug another character with the purpose of getting him to leave him alone, but does not succeed. S1E6: one character undresses another character to his underwear while he is drunk and takes a picture of him which is posted on instagram. A male character comes to the main character asking for protection from his violent boyfriend. The two boyfriends make up, but the issue is not resolved.
3 From Hell (Movie)
The film contains a lot of threats of sexual assault.
3 Generations (Movie)
Worthy of note: a group of boys have a somewhat graphic discussion about a girl.
3 Idiots (Movie)
A student gives a speech which mentions rape. Worthy of note: there is a 'hazing' scene where male students pull down their trousers.
3 Women (Movie)
One character theorizes about the possibility of being raped while she was in a coma. She later enters in a sexual relationship with much older man. Worthy of note: a drunk man breaks into an apartment shared by two women in order to have sex with one of them. Nothing actually happens and they get away.
3 (TV Show)
The show contains a lot of implications of rape.
In the film, a ghost sexually harasses and molests another character. It is played for laughs. While in bed, a husband says to his wife: "Since you're unconscious anyway...", and begins to take off his shirt like he is going to have sex with her.
30 Rock (TV Show)
A character says that he has had sex with his wife while she slept. The situation is briefly depicted from his point of view. It is presented and treated comedically. A character says “touched by a priest” when he agrees to tell another character a secret about himself.
300 (Movie)
A woman submits to a corrupt official's advances, but only because she believes that it's the only recourse available to her in order to save her husband.
A flashback of the main character's family being raped and killed, with implications that she was later raped by the same people.
3096 Days (Movie)
The film tells the story of a young girl who has been kidnapped and held in captivity for eight years.
35 Rhums (Movie)
A woman is kidnapped for a year and sexually assaulted by her kidnapper, who tells her that she has one year to fall in love with him. This is marketed as a romantic drama.
37.2 Le Matin (Movie)
Early in the movie, the male protagonist's boss watches him and his girlfriend sleep naked. The woman wakes up and tells her boyfriend to chases him away. Later, during a fight, that same man lifts up her skirt: he is quickly rebuffed. About halfway through the movie, a man makes several rape jokes. In the second part of the movie, a woman pressures the male protagonist into touching her breast. Briefly after, she surprises him while he is sitting down, and puts his face against her crotch. Worthy of note: at some point, the male protagonist tries to calm down the female protagonist (who is having a nervous breakdown) by grabbing her wrists and slapping her. As they are on the streets at night half naked, policemen interrupt them, thinking that the man is assaulting her.
S3E9: a female character is sexually harassed by her new boss.
3XManon (TV Show)
S1E2: an attempted rape occurs between 3:40 and 4:25.
The two female protagonists are forced to have unconsensual sex to pay for an abortion. The act takes place off screen, but the dialogue slowly leading to it (starting approximately 40 minutes into the film) and its aftermath are depicted. The man who then performs the abortion is the rapist.
A man is raped by his ex-girlfriend and is forced to apologize for it.
A man describes watching a woman have sex with a horse. A man mentions how a dog licked his bottom as he was having sex with a woman and he says that he enjoyed it. A man tells another man that he should go after very drunk women whilst in a club, to the point where they do not where they are. That same man then attempts to go home with a very drunk woman and they kiss, though she initiates and he is very hesitant to kiss her back. A man is locked in a room where porn is playing and he is shown to be visibly distressed at this. A drunk man films his ass and displays it on several screens in the store that he works in, and nearly displays his genitals before his friend stops him. A group of man hire a sex worker for a man without his consent. A woman finds a mento in a man's apartment and asks him if it is a roofie.
The 400 Blows (Movie)
Worthy of note: a fourteen old boy discusses the fact that his friends have been seeing sex workers, and states that he would like to do the same. He mentions that he knows an older man who has tried to assist him in arranging a liaison of this sort because he is aware of a woman who "likes boys his age." However, to our knowledge, this encounter never actually transpires. The same boy also discusses the fact that he is the result of an unwanted pregnancy, mentioning the fact that his mother was pressured not to abort him.
47 Ronin (Movie)
Approximately 30 minutes into the film, a father is bewitched and hallucinates: he sees his daughter being pinned down, raped by another man, and screaming for her father for help. Once the father snaps out of the hallucination, all returns to normal.
4Th Man Out (Movie)
Worthy of note: homophobic remarks are made about the main character (a gay man) near the beginning of the film, with overarching sexual themes which play on the stereotype of gay men being predatory. Worthy of note: a man (not the main character) attempts to have sex with a woman he obviously has no attraction to and she mocks him for his lack of enthusiasm.
6 Days (Movie)
6 Underground (Movie)
6 Years (Movie)
6Teen (TV Show)
S1E20: one character films another while she is in a dressing room. S1E27: the same character gets a job at a lingerie store so he can watch women in the changing room. He is shown looking through a peephole while describing what he sees to his friends on the phone. In both instances this is played for laughs. In general, the teenaged characters are shown dressed down, naked, getting their clothes ripped off, etc. in a gratuitous way.
The main characters killed a man who was about to rape their friend. Rape scenes are scattered throughout the film, and are shown in parts. Rape is discussed by the survivors.
'71 (Movie)
8 Mile (Movie)
Child rape is mentioned.
8 Seconds (Movie)
8 Women (Movie)
The 8Th Night (Movie)
There is one mention of a case where the detectives needed to track down a rapist.
9 (Movie)
9 Songs (Movie)
9 to 5 (Movie)
90210 (TV Show)
90210 is a long-running series that contains sexual themes throughout. There are some instances where the nature of these plot lines may be distressing to some viewers. Rape or sexual assault mentioned, discussed, implied: a student accuses a teacher of sexual harassment. Sexual harassment on-screen: the slurs s**t and w***e are used throughout the series, sometimes in a joking manner but, on other occasions, maliciously. Other episodes feature characters attempting to manipulate others into sex. A sexual relationship between an adult and teenager/rape on screen: in S2E22 a teacher rapes a student, saying 'who's gonna believe you? You're the girl who cried wolf.'
91 Days (TV Show)
One woman marries a man only to keep her family safe. Later it shows them having sex, then it is shown that she is pregnant with his child. Their relationship seems non consensual and he talks a lot of what would happen to her family if she left him.
911 (TV Show)
S3E16+17: one of the main characters tracks down a serial rapist. His last victim is found in a shipping container, and he brutally beats the main character. They find him, arrest him, and he is taken to trial
9Th Company (Movie)
In a scene strongly implying rape, a man removes a woman's clothing before the scene cuts away, and there is later a flashback to this scene.
Abby (Movie)
The short "'L is for Libido'" is about men who are tied to chairs and forced to masturbate to various scenarios. One of these scenarios shows an adult man approaching a bed with a young boy laying in it. Nothing is shown, but there are incredibly disturbing noises off-camera. A few other shorts have mild sexual harassment.
A women is being filmed by a group of misogynistic and abusive filmmakers. The men strip her down, grip her face and breasts, shove their hand into her mouth, and make rude gestures.
The victim describes her sexual assault in explicit detail.
A news report states that abortions will have a 72 hour waiting period, even in cases of rape and incest.
Abracadabra (Movie)
Two characters (a woman and a man) accidentally goes to a couple of swingers' apartment, who think they are their date. The female protagonist leaves when she understands the situation (as she is alone with the man, who does not appear threatening), and takes her male friend with him before quitting the apartment (the man was willingly engaging sex with the swinger woman). A woman is grossly catcalled by a man on a construction site. It is revealed that the antagonist of the movie probably had a sexual relationship with his mother.
Worthy of note: a female character forces her female prisoner to literally share a bed with her, but it is clearly about security and nothing sexual happens.
Acacia (Movie)
A man sexually assaults his wife.
The author discusses general statistics on sexual violence on college campuses, statistics related to how disabled people in general and disabled women in particular are disproportionately victims of rape and sexual assault; and sexual violence in films.
Accident Man (Movie)
An armed man breaks into a woman's apartment and catch her before she manages to escape. A character threats a man to rape his wife.
A college student harasses and attempts to rape his female professor.
The movie is loosely based on a true story about a gang rape. The protagonist is gang-raped at a bar. The scene lasts for over five minutes. At one point, a waitress enters the room and is told that she'll be next, at which she appears obviously disturbed and quickly leaves. The rest of the film's plot revolves around the protagonist's attempts to get justice through the successful sentencing of her attackers and the people at the bar who watched the attack happen/egged them on.
A man is transformed into a fly and spies on his friend's having sex. A man pushes a woman down onto a couch in an attempt to get her to have sex with him.
Ackley Bridge (TV Show)
A student and a teacher have a relationship in season 1. Another student and teacher have a sexual relationship in season 3.
The movie takes place during the Vietnam war, and a Vietnamese character says something about "raping and pillaging all the girls who look like me".
The Act (TV Show)
S1E6: a couple has sex, but the girl does not seem to enjoy it. S1E8: on-screen rape (49:45-51:21).
One man recalls his desire to sexually assault women and specifically goes into detail about sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl.
Three women are raped.
Worthy of note: the two romantic leads are a manager and his employee. There are continual discussions about the power dynamic in their relationship, and both parties give enthusiastic consent in each of the described sexual encounters.
The main character is approached by a 13 year old prostitute. She begs for 'work' and offers that he could do anything to her.
Ad Astra (Movie)
Ad Vitam (TV Show)
Adama (Movie)
Chapter 15: a young female character kisses another female teen after the second character has stated that she is straight. She decides she is into it, but did not actually consent. Chapter 31: a female teen is forced to strip and undergo medical examination against her will (by female doctor with male assistants) Spoilers: a love interest entered a relationship under entirely false pretenses. The teen girl protagonist regrets dating that love interest once her story and motivations are revealed.
Shortly into the film, a man is talking to his brother and tells him someday he'll, "find a nice girl... one who won't press charges!" after which they both laugh. This could be taken as a reference to sexual or other domestic violence. One main character spends most of the movie in a relationship where he is controlled by sex and is frequently verbally berated.
Addicted (TV Show)
Up until the very last sex scene of this show, one half of the show's couple clearly does not consent to any of the sex they are having.
Adieu Poulet (Movie)
A police officer dressed up as a patient in a hospital slaps a nurse's bottom.
Adolescentes (Movie)
Adult Material (TV Show)
Adulthood (Movie)
A woman discusses how she was gang raped. Later, a man threatens her by saying it will happen to her again.
This movie depicts various mental illnesses in upsetting and disturbing ways. The main plot involves bestialism, domestic violence and abuse. A man likes dogs so much that he gradually makes his wife behave like one: he starts giving her dog food, he makes her eat outside with the dogs, forces her to get down on all fours permanently until he gets her raped by one of their dogs.
Adventure Time (TV Show)
A recurring theme throughout the series is an antagonist kidnapping women and holding them hostage, threatening them while trying to force them into marrying him. S1E17: another antagonist attempts to force a female character into marriage and he harasses her. In one episode, the main character (a minor) begs for a man to stop touching him and to back off. A few minutes later, he is kidnapped and forced to do stuff like pole dance and is electrocuted.
Most intense/potentially disturbing scenes occur between 0:30:16-0:31:16 and 1:08:35-1:08:59. Sexual abuse in the film is part of its broader thematic exploration of LGBT+ rights, treatment and culture. For example; the uncertainty, for many people within this community, of whether a place they are visiting is going to be safe for and accepting of them or not. The topic is treated relatively sensitively. Some verbal sexual abuse occurs following the second timestamp (1:08:35-1:08:59), but is subverted by the protagonist into something positive/empowering.
Aeon Flux (Movie)
There is one brief moment when a hostage/prisoner character is justifiably afraid she will be raped, but no one attempts to hurt her and her safety is guaranteed shortly thereafter.
A young adult male main character frequently sexually harasses the female characters, often magically unhooking or removing their underwear, touching their body, or otherwise toying with them. Another young adult male antagonist during the climax of the final series arc pins down and toys with a terrified young woman and taunts her with death while moving in on her body. This however is averted.
At one point, the trans man main character is being seduced while under the mind control of supernatural beings who clearly intend to kill him. He is rescued before things go very far and the specifics of the seduction are not much detailed.
Affliction (Movie)
An alcoholic and abusive man grabs a woman's bottom.
After (2019) (Movie)
The relationship between a high school professor and his high school student is romanticized and not seen as an issue, other than the fact that said student has a boyfriend. They also share an on-screen kiss as part of the actual plot as well as a on-screen sex scene (statutory rape) in the thought experiment that they are taking part in.
After Hours (Movie)
A woman discusses in detail how she was raped by her ex-boyfriend.
After Lucia (Movie)
After Sex (Movie)
A woman mentions how she was molested by a relative when she was younger.
The main male lead has a nightmare about witnessing a close family member's sexual assault.
A group of men capture fleeing women girls, forcing them into a vehicle - the implication here could be of later sexual assault. Rape and sexual assault feature throughout. A woman is raped by a gang of men, who are shown ripping away her clothes.
Necrophilia - a man gropes and rapes the corpse of a woman.
The sister of the protagonist gets kidnapped and her body reappears after several days: it is strongly implied that she has been kept into the basement and raped during that time. A stranger shows up at the door of the protagonist's house and tries to rape her. He believed that she had a rape fantasy after someone posted an ad for it without her knowing. At the end of the movie, a man who was hiding in her house kisses her while she is chained to a wall.
Again (Movie)
The plot revolves around a rape scene that occurs early on in the film.
S4E2: a character talks about having been sexually assaulted by her brother (between the 1:16:30-1:17:20 marks). S4E4: discussion of the sexual violence experienced by one character (between the 1:16:40-1:17:15 marks).
Chappelle tells a joke about a superhero who has to rape women in order to sustain his powers (22:00-24:00). Chappelle makes a series of jokes about transgender people, including one (37:20) about ‘tricking’ people into sleeping with him by posing as a woman. Chappelle jokes about people giving oral sex in exchange for basic resources such as food during World War Two (45:00-47:00). Chappelle mentions the fact that Bill Cosby allegedly raped 54 women during the 70s, joking about the high number of women involved (48:20-49:20). He speaks in general terms about Cosby, the related rape allegations and backlash against jokes Chappelle has previously made on the topic until the 55:00 minute mark. From the 1:00:00-1:02:02 mark, Chappelle mentions Cosby again, saying that ‘[he’s] not defending him,’ but observing that Cosby has ‘a valuable legacy,’ that cannot be ‘thrown away,’ comparing him to the superhero mentioned earlier in the show.
In 'Yes Men' (S01E15), a one-time female character can control men and uses her ability to seduce them. While the male characters act as if the resulting relationship is consensual, it is the product of this mind control. There is a scene where she and one of the lead characters begin to kiss passionately in a hotel room and it is strongly implied that they have sex while he is under her influence. For an entire seven-episode arc (S04E16-S04E22), a recurring female character controls a different lead male character and manipulates him so that he believes he is in love with her. While there is no on-screen sexual relationship, it is implied that one occurs. The male character, when he is no longer controlled, confronts the woman for violating his agency.
Aggretsuko (TV Show)
The main character is picked on by her misogynistic boss multiple times throughout the series. S3E9: a male character meeting the female lead holds her hands and uses sexual language to insult her. S3E10: the same character attempts to stab her with a boxcutter.
Worthy of note: the premise of the story is that the king and queen of England have offered up a kiss from the protagonist as a prize in a tourney for noblemen. The protagonist is uncomfortable with the possibility that she would have to kiss someone she’s not attracted to or someone who has a bigoted opinion of her for being African. However, this ends up being a moot point because the person who wins ends up being someone she’s met before and is attracted to. The royal couple’s real-life historical counterparts were a 30-year-old king who married a 14-year-old girl. This was, of course, common at the time. However, you wouldn’t know from reading this because in this novella the two are portrayed as adults.
Agora (Movie)
A man forcefully kisses and gropes a woman against her will. He strips her and throws her to the ground (56:30-57:42). He eventually gives in to his conscience and feels bad about it so he sobs and stops. He then leaves himself to the victim's mercy to decide how she wants to handle him. She realizes his pent up aggression came from being a slave to her father, so she frees him and orders him to leave rather than killing him.
Ahiru No Sora (TV Show)
S1E1: a male character secretly watch girls change in their locker room.
The book contains conversations about whether it is ethical for the protagonist to have sex with the titular AI character, considering that he might interpret his programming to mean that he has to do whatever a human wants. The AI character dismisses this ethical dilemma and says that he has the ability to choose what he wants.
S2E2: a sexual assault is suddenly shown on-screen, the face of the perpetrator being blurred (25:30-26:20). The assault is briefly mentioned in S2E4 and the victim is shown crying after the act (8:10-8:19).
Airheads (Movie)
There is an aside joke where a woman despairs at the fact that she had perform oral sex to keep her job.
Airplane! (Movie)
A pilot asks a series of increasingly suggestive questions to a young boy who has asked to see the cockpit. The boy is oblivious to the suggestive nature of these questions. This is played for laughs.
Ajin (TV Show)
S1E2: a girl is kidnapped. Men tell her not to worry as they are going to have fun with her before selling her. The girl escapes a few moments later. S2E6: it is implied that a teenage girl became a prostitute after running away. In the manga, her stepfather tries to rape her, but fails. This is implied at the beginning of the episode. It is not shown on screen. Worthy of note: two female are forced to work with the police. They are threatened with violence if they do not co operate. One of them has been tortured multiple times. This is not shown but it is discussed in the anime.
A woman (a sex worker for the yakuza) propositions a teenage boy and tries to kiss him, laughing when he looks the other way.
Akelarre (Movie)
Teenage girls are made to undress into what would historically considered their underwear. It is implied that a teenage girl is raped off screen.
Aki Sora (TV Show)
The main female protagonist is in love with her younger brother. She fondles him even though he tells her to stop, then just lets her have his way. They eventually enter a relationship with lots of consensual sex. At one point, the brother is raped by his twinsister, who threatens to cut his penis of with a pair of scissors.
Akibiyori (Movie)
Akira (1988) (Movie)
A biker holds a girl still as another tears off her shirt, revealing her breasts. She is then punched and drops to the floor.
A 16 years old girl is imprisoned by an older man, whose sexual intentions are heavily implied. The man attempts to force the woman to fall in love with him. At one point, the woman kisses the predatory antagonist man as the only means to distract him from the actions of her rescuers.
The Alamo (Movie)
In the first part of the movie, the main protagonist tries to help a woman he thinks is being harassed by a man. She tells him that she is not in danger. However, it is then mentioned that she will be part of a forced marriage.
Alex Rider (TV Show)
S1E4: a character is touched on his thigh and gets clearly uncomfortable. He is then kissed despite saying no.
Alexa & Katie (TV Show)
Alias Grace (TV Show)
Rape on-screen: A flashback during S1E1 shows the rape of a patient who is tied down and unable to resist. In S1E4, a character is sexually assaulted in a dream. Incest, child sex abuse: a character recounts having been raped by her father as a child.
Alice (2009) (TV Show)
S1E6: a man rapes a woman several times and then hits her (about 31 minutes into the episode).
S1E6: four people hold down a woman so a man can rape her. He begins to take off her clothes and licks her, when outside events startle and distract them all, allowing her to escape.
A man attempts to rape the heroine three times.
Alice Junior (Movie)
A teenage girl has her bikini top ripped off by two teenage boys. She jumps into the pool to shield herself from people looking.
A subtenant of a family with two little girls makes inappropriate remaks about one of the girls (31:40-34:20) and later tries to rape the other, but she manages to escape (49:35-49:47). The girls is framed as "evil" and at one point before this incident, she makes a suggestive gesture towards the man. A policeman later makes a very inappropriate comment about her breasts and states that he felt like she was silently asking him to touch them. The combination of these incidents creates a very umcomfortable victim-blaming atmosphere throughout the film.
Alien (Movie)
Worthy of note: phallic/yonic imagery is used throughout the movie in ways which often evoke violent symbolism of rape and assault. The movie's screenwriter is quoted as having said “I’m going to attack the audience. I’m going to attack them sexually,” regarding the choices he made regarding this imagery during the film's creation.
A man forces a woman down and kisses her. Worthy of note: near the end of the film, two characters are attacked while having sex. The implicit sexual nature of the attack with the glib tone of the scene may be uncomfortable for some viewers.
Alien 3 (Movie)
The female protagonist crash lands on a planet that functions as a penal colony for men who are explicitly stated to be rapists, murderers and child molesters. A group of men corners her and attempts to rape her (40:30-41:30), but she is saved by another man that has also disclosed to her previously that he is a rapist.
A male antagonist gets close to the female protagonist, makes a sexually implicit comment and smells her hair (22:40). The same man makes a sexually explicit comment towards another female character ( 1:15:40).
The Alienist (TV Show)
The show features multiple scenes set in child brothels. The main plot revolves around a serial killer who murders children/teenage boys who were forced into prostitution.
Aliens (1986) (Movie)
All About Eve (Movie)
Throughout the film, several characters are sexually humiliated and raped.
A character gives a very graphic description of her sexual assault by a family member.
A girl reveals that she was raped. A graphic flashback shows the scene: a man is running a knife down her body and thrusting while she is screaming and sobbing.
Worthy of note: throughout the movie, a man peers/stares at a woman and invades her personal space. Though he never touches her, he appears menacing.
S3E23: a woman is almost raped walking home. There is a lot of victim blaming in this episode. S8E4: another woman is almost raped in her home.
In the first segment of the film, a girl is raped by Satan after his followers ripped her clothing off. In the third segment, a woman is sexually mutilated and carved with misogynist writing.
Soldiers catcall women, who only get interested in them once they know they have food.
There is one scene where several characters are under a siren spell and are kissed by said siren to break it. They do not consent to this kiss.
A man continually makes advances towards a woman, finally grabbing and kissing her without consent after she turns him down.
There is a mention of domestic violence, but no indication that sexual violence was involved
Alle Anderen (Movie)
Allegiant (Movie)
Almost Adults (Movie)
Almost Famous (Movie)
One teenage girls suggest that they had sex with a boy who they believe was a few years older his actual age of fifteen.
Alone (Movie)
The protagonist is instructed by her captor to get undressed. No assault occurs.
The movie opens during a police sting operation to catch a serial rapist and murderer. Whilst driving, the rapist unbuckles his belt and tries to force his victim's head into his lap. His attempt is immediately averted. The primary antagonist kidnaps a little girl, but has no sexual interest in her whatsoever.
Alpha (Movie)
The movie follows a serial killer who rapes his victims (all young children). Rape is mentioned and discussed by the police, and two young boys taunt and joke about a young girl being raped and murdered.
Alps (Movie)
There is a scene where a woman attempts to grope her father but he immediately rejects her.
S1E5: a girl is alone in a pool and a man approaches her in a very gross way. Nothing bad happens to her but she gets victim-blamed by a teacher. The show makes social commentary about jordanian culture where victims are blamed for bringing things like this onto themselves for not "dressing appropriately".
Altered Carbon (TV Show)
Many episodes involve nudity, sexual abuse, and rape, but the most graphic assault is in S1E10.
Alucarda (Movie)
There are two scenes where a woman is stripped naked without her permission. She doesn't protest but in one of the instances, she is tied to a cross and cannot stop it from happening.
Always Shine (Movie)
A woman mentions that her boss sexually harassed her (13:18-13:26).
Always a Witch (TV Show)
S1E2+3: a character is blackmailed by an abusive ex-boyfriend with a sex tape that was filmed without her consent.
Amadeus (Movie)
In the extended cut, a character blackmails a married woman into sex to help her husband. She accepts and begins to strip but the man changes his mind and has her escorted away. The next scene shows her being very emotionally distressed.
Amelie (Movie)
Woman is shown having sex. She is largely disinterested in the encounter but her consent is not violated. The main character enters a house of horrors theme park attraction. She notes that one of the main scare actors has a reputation for touching women (i.e. stroking their hair, making ghost noises in their ears) as they pass through the ride.
There are two moments during the film when men pay for the services of prostitutes. The main character is forced to marry a woman because he desperately needs her father's money. Later, it is implied that he is selling his sexual services to an older woman.
A grown man's sexual fixation on a teenager is central to the plot of this film. A middle aged man observes his teenage daughter's friend and has sexual fantasies about her. The same teenage girl implies that this kind of behaviour is a regular occurrence from older men. She implied that she was once sexually exploited by a photographer. Later, the same adult man who has fixated on her throughout the film makes sexual advances towards her, undressing her (with the intention of committing statutory rape), but stops when she discloses that she is a virgin. In other scenes, an adult films the household without their knowledge, the implication that this is a regular occurrence and is done with the intention of capturing intimate and private moments on film without consent. In one scene, an adult man forces a kiss onto another adult man. Worthy of note; virulent and at times violent homophobia is an ongoing theme.
Season 2 - The Assassination of Gianni Versace The scenes in question are featured in episodes 7 and 8. Season 3 - Impeachment S3E4: a man touches a woman's butt as a 'goodbye' without her consent (around 29 minutes in). There are also discussions of sexual harassment and misconduct during the show. A woman talks about her experience with a man and describes their encounter in which he exposed himself.
American Gods (TV Show)
S1E2: an omniscient god informs a slave that his relative has been murdered for refusing to submit to a rape. A main character frequently flirts/sleeps with very young women. A female character attempts to coerce a male character into accepting oral sex after he explicitly declines her offer. He eventually manages to rebuff her despite her physical attempts to force herself on him.
Passing mention of rape, metaphorical (i.e. 'rape of our country,' 36:25). Prison guard threatens prisoners, collectively, with sexual violence (01:07:00). A man is gang-raped in prison, scene is relatively graphic (1:21:00-1:23:00). The direct aftermath of this attack (the victim lying in a prison hospital ward) is depicted until the 1:23:49 mark. The attack is alluded to on multiple occasions in later scenes. Between 1:26:50-1:27:16, the victim walks through the prison canteen, obviously injured from the previous attack, while his attackers jeer and mock him.
A teenage girl of colour is in a relationship with a white adult man who is her boss. Though it is never discussed, there is obviously a strong power imbalance present in the situation. The protagonist is paid money to go on dates and perform sexual acts, though little is shown.
A teen couple is making out in bed and the boy tries to unzip the girl’s pants, but she stops him. He tries a couple more times and she stops him again and then tells him she is not ready yet. Later, he and his friends have an uncomfortable conversation about how to get a girl to have sex with them.
Season one (Murder House): S1E1: a woman is raped by a teenage boy wearing a rubber suit which conceals his identity (she ostensibly consents to have sex but believes him to be her husband). She becomes pregnant as a result of this, and the pregnancy is an ongoing theme throughout the season. Discussions and depictions of miscarriage and abortion also occur throughout. The man in the rubber suit appears frequently and his identity is ambiguous until S1E8. S1E2: a woman is held captive by a home invader and told first to undress and then to put on a nurse's costume. S1E3: a man violently rapes his maid, on the premise that they two had had consensual sex in the past, until he is interrupted. In the same episode, a maid repeatedly makes sexual advances towards a man who expresses that he wants her to stop doing so. He accuses the maid of spiking his coffee with an opiate which causes memory loss. S1E4: near the beginning of the episode, it is implied that a man is raped using a fire poker. This scene is revisited near the beginning of S1E8. S1E8: the woman who was raped and impregnated by the man wearing the rubber suit is institutionalised because her husband and peers do not believe that she was raped. In S1E9, this is resolved when her husband learns she was telling the truth, but she is forced to lie and say that she was not raped in order to leave the hospital. S1E9: near the beginning of the episode, a woman is raped by her doctor while she is under general anaesthesia for a dental procedure. Season two (Asylum): S2E1: one of the characters introduced as an inmate of the asylum is diagnosed as a 'nymphomaniac' and has sex with the orderlies at night - this could be considered an unequal power dynamic and might make some viewers uncomfortable. A woman signs a document committing her partner to the asylum under threat that she and her partner will be outed as lesbians if she does not submit, ruining their careers. Homophobia is a theme throughout the season. A man is diagnosed as a chronic masturbator and is seen masturbating in some scenes; could be interpreted as threatening behaviour. S2E2: a woman is called a 'slut' and a 'whore' by one of the doctors overseeing the asylum. It is revealed that she was committed to the asylum by her husband who punished her for engaging in extramarital sex by accusing her of nymphomania. Shame with regards to sex and 'promiscuity' are recurring themes in this episode and throughout. S2E3: near the end of the episode, one of the asylum staff attempts to rape a patient and then surgically mutilates her. S2E4: it is revealed that one patient killed her father for sexually abusing her. In the same episode, a lesbian woman is forced to undergo a form of conversion therapy where a doctor attempts to make her feel revolted by images of nude women and then compels her to touch herself sexually while also touching a naked man. S2E6: a woman is kidnapped and made to play a 'motherly' role for her kidnapper; this could be seen to have sexual overtones. In S2E7, her kidnapper rapes her. As a result, she becomes pregnant. When she escapes, she is picked up by a man who begins a misogynistic tirade against women in general and his wife specifically, refusing to take her to the hospital and eventually pulling out a gun. S2E8: in a flashback, it is revealed that one of the patients was raped in jail. At the end of the episode, a man intends to rape a woman in revenge for her treatment of him but before he can do so she kills him. S2E9: near the beginning of the episode, there is a relatively graphic scene in which a woman attempts to abort the pregnancy which began when she was raped. S2E10: a woman rapes a priest. S2E11: a man tells a woman about how he killed her partner and had sex with the corpse. Later in this episode, the woman gives birth to the child of her rapist, despite multiple failed abortion attempts. Season three (Coven): S3E1: it is revealed that a black slave and a white woman have had an affair. He swears that she initiated the sexual contact as he loves somebody else, but is tortured anyway. In another scene during this episode, a young woman is drugged and gang-raped by a group of men at a fraternity party. A friend of the survivor violently rapes and kills one of the frat boys, who is in critical condition and unable to move or consent, as revenge. Discussions of and references to this incident occur periodically throughout the season. S3E3: a woman makes sexual advances towards a minotaur. At another point in the episode, it is revealed that a woman has been sexually abusing her college-aged son. She is shown kissing him whil he stands unmoving. Eventually, he beats her to death when she makes sexual advances towards him. Scenes of this murder continue into S3E4. S3E6: a man lies and tells other characters that he killed a woman whose corpse they discover in order to feed his necrophiliac appetites. At another point in the episode, a young man relives the trauma of sexual abuse by his mother when a woman who is caring for him tries to clean his genitals, lashing out as a result. S3E7: it is revealed that a character has been secretly watching a woman he is obsessed with since she was eight years old. S3E8: near the beginning of the episode, a homeless man is killed because he is accused of being a paedophile. Later in the episode, a man's mother forces him to strip while chastising him. Season four (Freak Show): S4E1: a woman is coerced into remaining silent about her experiences and not going home because she is threatened with the potential release of a sexual video in which she features. S4E3: in a flashback, a woman is made to give birth in front of a crowd of paying spectators as part of a 'freak show.' S4E4: in a flashback, it is revealed that a woman once worked in as a dominatrix catering to extreme and violent fetishes and that she was abducted to be the object of a snuff film. In another flashback in the same episode, a man is accused of sexually abusing young patrons of his show, although this does not seem to be true. S4E5: a reference is made to the fact that an upper-class family is particularly prone to mental health problems due to inbreeding. Season five (Hotel): S5E1: a hotel guest is shown taking heroin and then being violently raped by a faceless demon. As he is on the verge of passing out, a woman appears and tells him that she loves him. The guest's body is hidden and his ordeal continues until S5E3. S5E8: a character is said to have checked in and molested a 10-year-old boy, leaving behind polaroids of this crime. S5E11: a woman is violently raped by a faceless demon in a flashback. Season six (Roanoke): S6E3: a character is found having sex with a witch while local people look on and touch themselves sexually; he claims to have no memory of this incident after the fact. If this is the case then one implication might be that he was magically compelled to take part in this act. S6E4: in an attempt to gain more information, one character offers somebody another character's sexual services. Later, she turns up and demands what was promised to her. S6E7: a woman manipulates a man into participating in sexual activity with her until two other characters intervene. Season seven (Cult): S7E1: a woman wakes up to find a clown in her bed. S7E1-2: several scenes show masked man masturbating while watching the main character (non-consensual). They are shown moving their arms and grunting, without nudity/genitalia. S7E3: a couple's address is posted online by an unknown party, alongside an invitation for strangers to walk into the house and have sex with them. Video footage is posted online of intimate moments between two characters. S7E4: two women handcuff a man in retaliation for him groping one of them during a heated argument. A man's boss degrades him by making him clean up semen on multiple occasions. A man openly masturbates in a communal shower stall. A woman attacks a teenager when her speech is interrupted by bystanders saying 'grab her by the p***y.' S7E7: a woman sleeps with a man for money and he refuses to pay her the agreed amount. S7E8: a man attempts to rape a woman, but she kills him before he can further assault her. A cop blackmails a criminal into sex acts, though this is not shown on screen. Season eight (Apocalypse): S8E2: the man in the rubber suit has sex with a man who thinks he is somebody else. Season nine (1984): S9E2: a man attempts to coerce another male character into starring in homosexual pornography and threatens to end his potential acting career by sending tapes of these movies to various people in Hollywood. Later, one character spies on men and makes sexually suggestive comments and a woman unexpectedly kisses another woman. Worthy of note: one of the main antagonists of the series is a real-life serial killer. At some point, he makes a comment about abusing women. Season ten (Double Feature): S10E3: a man is kidnapped to be the victim in a snuff movie where he would be sexually abused. He is able to escape the situation unharmed.
American Made (Movie)
American Mary (Movie)
A woman is drugged and raped by her professor; it is very graphic and the emotional impact is reflected in the rest of the film as the woman exacts her retaliation.
There is a brief mention of sexual assault over the phone. Worthy of note: there are several scenes in which the main character is having sex with two sex workers. He physically hurts them during these encounters and later pressures one of them to come back and have sex with him again.
A girl on her 18th birthday is very drunk and comes onto one of the men, insisting despite his refusals. She then gets naked and passes out, and another man repeatedly tries to touch and grope her whilst she is unconscious (and only just turned 18 when these men are about double that age). A main character touches a coworker's butt without her consent (around 7:30). Later, he touches some girls' private area underwater (around 24:00). A group of young boys steal girls' bikini tops at the beach (around 27:00). Boys arrive at a high school party and warn one of them that the girls there are half his age: he says that he knows in a smiley-creepy way (around 32:30).
American Vandal (TV Show)
S1E7: rape or sexual assault mentioned. The entire season 2 contains lot of talk about fake claims of sexual intercourse. A fake account, leaking nudes and other private conversations, intervenes. Sexual assault is implied too.
The protagonist, desperate for money, answers an ad for a man who wants someone to help him "relax." He claims that he wants her to massage him, but he requests that she come to his house and lie down in his bed with him. He touches her sexually and makes her uncomfortable. She accepts his payment, leaves, and never returns. This experience, in addition to the alienation she had already been feeling, causes her to go into a deep depression.
The Americans (TV Show)
During a flashback in the pilot episode, a woman is pinned down and raped. More generally, nearly every episode has sexual activity that lacks enthusiastic, fully informed consent. In many cases, it can be likened to reluctant sex work for the spies. The people they seduce do not know they are consenting to sex with a Russian agent and are unaware of the spies' underlying reasons for pursuing sex with them. The male and female lead were assigned to play the role of a married couple by the USSR. They were told to have sex and produce children. Early in their time together, they were not at all in love and only had sex because the job demanded it. During the series, their degree of romantic attachment to each other waxes and wanes. As spies, the main characters frequently seduce and have sex with others to gain access. This happens very frequently. The level of deception involved in these sex acts varies. Many sex-spying acts involve seducing a stranger for a one-night stand with few implicit or explicit promises to be broken. However, in a very long-running storyline, the male lead convinces a woman that he is in love with her and marries her, while already married to another woman. The purpose of this is to use her for information and access. She is tricked into betraying her country, losing her job, as well as risking her life and freedom. Sex is the weapon used to cause these harms, rather than being a harm in and of itself. The male lead meets with a young, attractive female informant. She is "assigned" to gather information from a foreign dignitary who chokes her to death during sex. To avoid law enforcement, she is cut unto pieces and carried out in suitcases. There is a threat to out a gay servicemember. To gain access to a computer system, the female lead tricks a married man into believing that he had sex with her and impregnated her. To maintain an information source, the male lead is directed to seduce a 15-year-old girl and maintain a sexual relationship with her. He begins to seduce her, but refuses to have sex with her, though he does maintain a boyfriend-like relationship with her. The spies often do not like having sex with strangers for access. This is their job and they are often resentful. They appear distressed at times. They also get jealous of each other. The male lead attends emotional encounter seminars which involve participants loudly expressing their feelings or sharing very personal information, including sexual fantasies. Some fantasies expressed are violent and/or non-consensual. The female lead is assigned to seduce a sexual sadist who beats her with a belt. The male lead is angry and wants to punish the sadist. The male and female leads role-play consensual sexual sadism with one another. The female lead lies that she was raped by a military servicemember to a low-level navy sailor to manipulate him. The spies frequently use sex as a source of blackmail material or in order to get blackmail material. The spies convince a young (but presumably adult) collaborator to drug and have sex with an aide to congress. There are flashback scenes to the spies learning how to seduce people as part of their spy training. We see the male lead initiating sex with (presumably) undesirable partners, including an elderly woman and a middle-aged man. He is clearly reluctant. In the final season, the spies' daughter (now an adult) has sex with a source to get information. The spies are extremely disturbed by this.
A.M.I. (Movie)
A man possessed by a ghost sleeps with his teenage sister. Consent is dubious as this encounter is a result of the possession, rather than any conscious desire.
Amulet (Movie)
Rape on-screen: this is shown briefly and from a distance.
Amy (Movie)
Brief mention of sexual assault when one of Amy's previous partners recalls a conversation they had about whether she had been assaulted when she was younger. She says that she never was.
A character tries to pick up a feather that has fallen in someone else’s cleavage. The latter character slaps his hand away.
A nurse says she looked at a patient’s genitals while he was in a coma.
Rape is mentioned numerous times throughout. During a flashback scene, the main character is attacked at knifepoint; rape strongly implied but not shown.
An Education (Movie)
The plot follows the relationship between a high school girl and a man twice her age.
The main characters in this romance are a free Black woman and a white Scottish man who are fellow spies for the Union during the American Civil War. When the two first meet, she is worried that he will rape her. She does not know that he is a fellow spy at this point. Later on, the two have real conversations about the power dynamics of a white man being with a Black woman. Nevertheless, their relationship is presented as wholly consensual. The main male character's mother was gang raped prior to the events of the book and bore a child as a result. There is a scene where the main female character is undercover as a man, and when she is found out by slave catchers, the men start touching her body and trying to remove her clothing. They are stopped before they get very far. An antagonist female character accuses the main male character of attempting to rape her. It is very clear in context that she is lying and trying to get him in trouble.
An Idiot Abroad (TV Show)
In several places, this book details how sexual violence was used (and continues to be used) as a tool of warfare by European settlers against Indigenous peoples in North America and around the world. Towards the end of the book, the author includes personal accounts by people who were sexually assaulted as children in the Indian boarding school system. She also discusses the current epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls (MMIWG), many of whom are victims of sexual violence.
The main female character is consistently sexually harassed and used by the men around her. This is depicted with the aim of shaming the men who have hurt her or sexually abused her.
This book takes place during the United States Civil War. The couple in the book consists of a Black American man and a dark-skinned biracial Cuban woman. The male protagonist saves a slave girl from being raped by the slave owner. The female protagonist was born from a union between a slaveholder and a slave woman. The protagonist's mother somehow persuaded the slaveholder to free her, marry her, and treat her and her daughter as equal members of the family. There is a suggestion that he may have fathered another child with a different slave woman because the protagonist notices a slave girl who resembles her. The female protagonist's home gets taken over by soldiers who flirt with, attempt to touch, and otherwise harass her and her sisters. At the start of the book, she has a white sweetheart whom she believes she loves, but it becomes clear to her that he is using her, and she describes their sexual encounters as him "taking his pleasure" from her. There are instances where he initiates sex with her when she is visibly upset. Finally, she mentions that people often think that she is her father's mistress. A side character relates how his wife was raped by a slave owner. Two male characters openly contemplate "sharing" the female protagonist, assuming that she does not understand their language, which she secretly does. A group of Confederate soldiers threaten to rape the women present in a group of traveling slaves, but they are stopped.
The protagonist endures repeated rapes, assaults and mutilations while she is being held for ransom over a 13 day period. The second half of the book chronicles what happened after her release, the impact of her traumas and her attempts to reclaim the life she had before she was kidnapped. Everything is described in vivid detail in first-person POV.
Ana E Vitoria (Movie)
The female protagonist is a governess in a house inhabited by three middle age brothers. In one of the first scenes of the film, one of them makes continuous sexual advances despite her clear disinterest. He then develops an obsession with her, sexually harrasses her at multiple occasions, and writes her anonymous obscene letters throughout the movie. The two other brothers also develop a perverse relationship with her, and she progressively decides to deal with it by playing along. In the final sequence of the film, after she rebuffed them all, one brother attempts to rape her, in presence of the rest of the household. After a brief relief (she is fakingly told to leave the estate), she is violently grabbed, pinned down by the three brothers and raped on-screen, before being killed.
Anaconda (Movie)
Analyze This (Movie)
Anastasia (Movie)
The film is about a murder trial; a large part of the prosecutor's case is depicting a woman as a flirtatious nymphomaniac who deserved to be raped by the murder victim.
Worthy of note: the young female protagonist's story begins when she is bought at a slave auction by a master who intends to marry her.
Andi Mack (TV Show)
Andrei Rublev (Movie)
A woman kisses a man who is tied up against his will. A woman has her robe pulled off by people who are pursuing her. We see a woman being dragged away by a group of men who are going to rape her. From a distance, a group of soldiers watches a woman lying with her dress pulled up.
Angel (TV Show)
In the past, the main protagonist had a sexual relationship with the woman who turned him into a vampire. The language used to describe this transformation and her role in it mirrors the language of birth and motherhood. While they are not related, the relationship can easily be read as incestuous. Throughout season 2, an antagonist infiltrates the main protagonist's dreams, and while doing so, assaults him while he sleeps in the real world. He is unaware of what is actually going on. S2E4: the entire plot of this episode centers around the main cast helping a character who has repeatedly been the victim of sexual violence. A major episode revolves around domestic abuse, and a lot of women are abused. A female character is graphically hurt and almost raped by three of the main male characters, who ends up forgiven. A main male vampire threatens to rape a woman "to death", implying he has done this before.
Angel Eyes (Movie)
Sexual harassment occurs between 09:50 and 11:09.
Angel Heart (Movie)
The protagonist rapes his adult daughter while possessed. A woman is found dead and it is revelead that she was shot up the vagina (off-screen).
Episode 9: mention of footage showing rapes.
Angelic Layer (TV Show)
A teenager has a romantic interest in an adult and makes flirtatious jokes towards another one, but neither are reciprocated.
Angels of Death (TV Show)
Early on in the show, a 'doctor' character pins down the young female protagonist on a table, whilst licking his lips and looking menacingly.
In the opening sequence, it is mentioned that a woman in trial for stealing said to the policemen to go after the real criminals like rapists. Near the end of the movie, policemen ask the three main male characters to lift up their kilts. This is played for laughs.
Angry Inuk (Movie)
Angst (Movie)
A man rapes a dead woman's corpse.
A teenage boy tries to force a kiss on a girl and they fall over, making it appear that they were lying on top of one another. They are seen and the girl is embarrassed.
Animal Farm (Movie)
Animal House (Movie)
A male character watches several half-naked women through a window. A character debates having sex with a passed out girl he is unaware is underage, ultimately deciding not to.
Animal Kingdom (TV Show)
Animal World (Movie)
A nurse is sexually harassed by one of her male patients.
Animals (Movie)
Anna (Movie)
Domestic rape and violence early in the movie.
It is strongly implied that the main female protagonist, a 18th century housemaid, has been sexually abused by her master (off-screen). In the beginning of the movie, he unknowingly watches her while she is washing and later tries to kiss her. Worthy of note: a little girl of the family entertains a ambiguous relation with the maid. In one scene, she kisses her on the lips and later asks if she can touch her breast (both times without any negative reaction from the adult).
Anna Karenina (Movie)
Anna Lucasta (Movie)
Annabelle (Movie)
Anne With An E (TV Show)
S1E2: a man approaches the protagonist in a train station while she is unaccompanied and tries to deceive her into leaving with him - it is unclear what his intentions are. When she realises that he is lying and escapes he is seen approaching two young boys with the same lie. S1E3: the protagonist discovers that one of her 16-year-old schoolmates is engaged in an illicit relationship with their schoolteacher. The protagonist describes overhearing a rape, although she describes this in coded/euphemistic terms. S1E5: the schoolteacher is seen to continue his advances towards the 16-year-old girl he has been engaged in an illicit relationship with. S2E5: a group of boys assault girls by lifting their skirts behind their back (5:50). S3E6: a boy tries to pressure a girl into having sex with him. She pushes him off after he touched her breast. Later, the boy spreads rumors about sleeping with her, causing people to look down on her.
Annette (Movie)
Six women come forward with allegations of sexual violence towards one of the main characters. There are no details given and the women are treated with respect. Worthy of note (spoiler): this man later describes and acts out murdering his wife, and accidentally murders a woman.
Annie Hall (Movie)
Worthy of note: a humanoid creature presses a woman up against a wall, and while this is not a sexual attack, it may resemble one.
An adult man sexually harasses a teenager and attempts to coerce her into having sex with him. Her classmates spread rumours that she is a prostitute following this incident.
The main character unknowingly sleeps with his mother, resulting in the conception of a child.
Another Period (TV Show)
Another Round (Movie)
Ant-Man (Movie)
Antebellum (Movie)
The Black women in the film are presented to a group of white men as being able to "fulfill all their desires." The protagonist (a slave woman) is shown being raped by a civil war soldier. Later on in the film, a character keeps touching and flirting with an Uber driver. The driver seems visibly annoyed and tense.
Antichrist (Movie)
There are a few scenes between the dysfunctional husband and wife in which they perform sexual acts on each other while the other is unconscious or having a panic attack. The woman masturbates the unconscious man.
Antiporno (Movie)
In this movie, the line between imaginary and real is blurred, making any existing consent very dubious.
Antonia (Movie)
The father of a developmentally disabled woman tries to get local men to marry her by showing her off at a bar, slapping her on the behind and fondling her breasts for others to see. Later on, there is a scene of her being raped by her brother. One of the protagonists intervenes on the victim's behalf, and the rapist is shamed into leaving the community. The rapist later returns and rapes a teenage girl.
A man is shown having sex with a dead deer. A man forcibly tries to remove a young girl's clothing.
Antz (1998) (Movie)
There are flashbacks of a young boy (about 10) being sexually abused by three women.
Aoki Hono (Movie)
Aparajito (Movie)
Adultery is a theme. Worth noting: in one scene a man responds unenthusiastically to the sexual advances of a woman.
A man forcefully gropes a woman's breast, but is interrupted. A man is implied to have been physically and mentally abusive to his ex-wife.
Apartment 407 (Movie)
The whole film is about a woman who is kidnapped and used as a sex slave. It is based on a true story.
Three women entertain soldiers by dancing. The men storm on to the stage and attempt to grab the women. The women are rescued and taken away by other soldiers.
Apocalypto (Movie)
In the beginning of the movie, a long scene shows a tribe attacking a village, with implied rapes and uses of prisoners as sex slaves.
Apollo 13 (Movie)
Apollo 18 (Movie)
Apostle (Movie)
A male character ties up two girls and threatens them with rape, but is killed before he can go through with it.
Some female friends do a magazine quiz together, and one of the answers to "how was your first time?" is "painful and degrading". Later, a man jokes that a couple is returning from having "nonviolent sex".
Apur Sansar (Movie)
The premise of the movie is that a man has to marry a 14 year old girl because her presumed husband is mentally ill. They eventually grow fond of each other and have a child together.
The main character's mother was blackmailed with the death of her son and partner into a marriage (and a child).
Aquamarine (Movie)
Aquarela (Movie)
Archer (TV Show)
In several episodes, it is implied that male characters have been sexually assaulted or raped while unconscious.
There are references throughout the book of women knowing that they are in unsafe situations because of men, and there are discussions of times when they were harassed in the present or past. All discussions are non-graphic. A female servant discusses how men in the household would harass her and some of them slept with her.
Argo (Movie)
Arjun Reddy (Movie)
Towards the end of the film, all the women of a village get captured by an army of skeletons. Several of them are shown with their trops ripped off: their kidnappers forcefully kiss them. It is implied that they are raped and transformed into demons.
A character is restrained, and it is stated that he is a serial rapist to the women he guards in quarantine. A man harasses a woman, asking if she wants his 'rectal thermometer'. He is later sacrified to the zombies for being a rapist.
Army Wives (TV Show)
S2E13: the episode features a stalker.
A major theme and recurring joke is one character's crush on his cousin and cousins who don't know they're cousins flirting with one another. In season 4, the community becomes inhabited entirely by sex offenders. Also in season 4, a woman has sex with a teenage boy, thinking he's an adult, while pretending to be a teenager herself in an attempt to frame him for statutory rape.
Arrow (TV Show)
A lesbian character is forced to marry a man despite violent protests, though she and the main character joke about the marriage in later seasons.
A woman is taken by force in a cellar by a killer, but finally escapes. After that, she seems very distressed, but her husband does not take her seriously. Later, when she discovers bodies buried in that cellar, she tries to warn the police: her husband shuts her up by forcefully kissing her. Both scenes are played for laughs.
A man rips his girlfriend's shirt whilst trying to get her to take it off. She storms out of the room. A woman makes inappropriate comments about her teenage step-daughter. A demon goat holds down a woman whilst another man is about to perform oral sex on her. It is implied that she is raped off-screen.
A woman mentions that she has been attacked by a man when she was undressing after her karate lesson and that she killed him. She explains that her misogynist master told her that it was her fault. At some point, all the karate students undress to stretch. The new recruit (main character) is led to a small room apart and told that he has to do something special to be part of the group. The master then opens the door and the only woman of the dojo is standing there waiting. They only stretch together but the undertone is quite heavy. More generally, the film sets an atmosphere recalling sects and it contains several shots hinting at the fact that the master exerts a sexual domination over the main character.
The author references instances of rape and sexual harassment that went unaddressed at Uber, as well as rape during slavery in the United States. These mentions are in passing and do not go into detail.
The Artist (Movie)
In the first half of the movie, the protagonist persistantly hits on a female bartender despite her apparent disinterest. She later falls in love with him.
A female love interest gropes a male protagonist's genitals whilst they are hiding, and whilst he clearly is upset by the occurrence at the time, it is never discussed again.
The titular school girls are drugged and gang-raped on screen: this leads to one of them committing suicide. The other three are later forced into sex slavery, but manage to escape. A man also asks the girls to kill the man who is implied to have raped and killed his young daughter.
The film centers around a princess who is kidnapped by a troll. According to a legend, if she does not marry a real prince by her 18th birthday, she is supposed to marry the troll. So her consent about any marriage is not asked until the end of the film.
Assassination (Movie)
S1E4: a group of men harass and threaten a woman. An alien stops them and locks them in their car. A female teacher kisses a middle school boy. Later, the same teacher is harassed. A woman is harassed on the street. The implied rape of a teacher is treated as a joke. Repeated child sex abuse in the form of kissing and touching by a teacher. Thugs plan and kidnap young female students and discuss plans to have a 'photoshoot' with them.
Attempted rape between ~ 1:19:00 and 1:24:00.
A female side character is raped off-screen. Later, the male protagonist's uncle steals his body to go and sleep with his wife. This is treated quite confusingly by the narrative.
When one female character is in an ambulance, two men joke about raping her and one gets on top of her and tries to strangle her. The driver also asks when its his turn. She beats them all up and escapes.
Assimilate (Movie)
The Assistant (Movie)
It is implied that sexual favors requested by an authoritative figure to young women are happening, although never seen on screen.
In the second part of the movie, the protagonist approaches a young woman to ask if he can paint her (a scene which is also the first of the movie, as a flash forward). He firstly touches her to show her how to pose and she protests. It is then implied (off-screen) that he raped her: when detained, a priest later asks him if he ever molested children before (which he answers negatively). A side character (a former soldier) says that all officers are murderers and rapists.
Aterrados (Movie)
Athlete A (Movie)
This documentary discusses the abuse USA Gymnastic tried to cover up regarding doctor Larry Nassar. There are discussions of grooming, sexual harassment and sexual assault throughout.
Atlanta (TV Show)
Atlantics (Movie)
Atomic Blonde (Movie)
Atonement (Movie)
A 15-year-old girl is raped by an adult who is never caught or punished for his crime (42:00-42:45).
A teenage boy attempts to flirt with an adult woman, commenting on her body and asking if she has a boyfriend. She is visibly annoyed with this line of questioning, but does not appear threatened by it. Prior to this interaction, she was fearful of this boy and his friends because they surrounded and mugged her early in the movie.
One hour into the movie, a voiceover describes that the tomatoes are "pillaging and raping" and we hear a woman scream.
Attack On Titan (TV Show)
The series contains a child sex trafficking and several scenes of sexual harassement. One of the main characters gets molested in season 3 and season 4 features a young child being forced to marry and procreate for the king of her village.
Atypical (TV Show)
Worth of mention: the main character's friend often makes sexual comments about women. In season 1, the main character has a crush on his therapist. He proceeds to break into her home to leave her a present. However, he does not have ill intentions, just a hard time understanding social situations.
In the beginning of the movie, the main female protagonist is followed and harassed by a gang of young criminals. Some of them go to her farm at night and touch her without her consent. She flees. Later, she accepts to be groped by the leader of the gang in order to retrieve her donkey. She cries and tries to flee, but he catches her again and rapes her off-screen. She then engages in an abusive relationship with him. Later on, the girl runs away from her abusive boyfriend to an old man and asks for shelter against sex: he accepts (we see him hugging her and then it cuts to her, dressing up the morning after). Near the end of the film, the girl breaks up with her boyfriend. He and his gang strip and beat her, leaving her traumatised.
A teenage boy gives an unrequested kiss on the cheek to a female piano player while she is playing. A young boy is forced to pull down his pants in front of a Gestapo officer to prove that he is not Jewish.
The series is a pastiche of 1960s French secret service and often depicts women as objects (e.g. some scenes take place in a strip club) or as victims of misogynist behaviors. S1E8: a young agent (male) is lead to think that his mission is to have sex with a female colleague. It is in fact a trap set up by his boss, who is secretly filming the action, to drive him away of his own daughter. The man also feels forced to stay in bed with a man and is visibly distressed by the situation.
In a flashback, we see a ballet teacher inappropriately touching his very young female student and burning the inside of her thigh with a stick of incense. Due to the 'unreliable narrator' nature of the film, the reality of the victim's trauma is reapeatdely questioned. It is also noteworthy that the premise of the film is a group of casting directors holding a fake auditions for a nonexistent role that serves the purpose of one of the men choosing his future bride. A ballet teacher masturbates in the same room as his practising seven year old pupil.
A home-movie-style pseudo snuff movie, following three people torturing, murdering, raping and sexually assaulting people. Two of the main protagonists (siblings) are in a relationship.
A home-movie-style pseudo snuff movie, following three people torturing, mudering, raping and sexually assaulting people. It also includes sexual self mutilation, necrophilia and pedophilia.
A home-movie-style pseudo snuff movie, following three people torturing, mudering, raping and sexually assaulting people.
Aurora (2018) (Movie)
After sharing a few drinks, a man and a woman goes to the latter's hotel room. After the woman goes to the bathroom, she returned to the man almost naked and asking her to "punish" him with a whip. She tries to flee but he grabs her several times. After a brief relief (during which he is crying on the floor), he beats her unconscious and presumably rapes her. However, in one of the last scenes of the film, it is revealed that he did not, because other men intervened and killed him.
Austenland (Movie)
It is mentioned in a joking tone that the villain was raised by an adult man and his "15 year old love slave".
The book does not have any rape or sexual assault though the main relationship is between a high schooler and a college student, but the college student is 19 and the high schooler is 18.
An autopsy is performed, revealing evidence of violent sexual trauma (as well as the potential implication of sexual assault via the autopsy itself).
Ava (2017) (Movie)
A 13-year-old girl engages in a romantic relationship with a man over 18.
Ava (2020) (Movie)
A male character makes a comment saying that if he completes a certain feat, he will re-institute prima nocta, a tradition where members of aristocracy are permitted to rape women on their wedding night.
Awake (TV Show)
A character hits another character and knocks her out; he is prepared to rape her until another character intervenes.
Worthy of note: towards the end of the movie, the main female protagonist drunkenly dances with an intoxicated man in a bar. When he tries to go further, she rebuffs him. A small tension arises after that, but nothing bad happens.
Awkward. (TV Show)
In multiple scenes throughout the series, jokes about pedophilia and relationships with younger women are shown.
Throughout the film, men are constantly verbally, and sometimes physically, harassing women.
Ayesha is hit on by a "veil chaser" (someone who fetishizes Muslim women) and reflects on other instances where this has happened to her in the past. Two female characters mention being married at the age of 17, including a character who was forced to get married by her parents. There are mentions of characters getting married to second cousins or more distant relations. Characters frequently discuss their feelings on the differences between arranged marriages and forced marriages. Several male characters comment on having lost their virginity at ages 16, 12, and even 9. We don't hear how old their partners were.
Azumanga Daioh (TV Show)
There is a running joke throughout the show where a male teacher hits on underage protagonists.
B: the Beginning (TV Show)
Relevant scene occurs in episode 1.
Bab El Hadid (Movie)
This movie is about a sexually frustrated man who develops an obsession with a woman: he eventually tries to kill her but kills another woman instead. Early in the film, the man hides in the woman's room and tries to sexually assault her: she screams and the man escapes when other people are alarmed. He later tries to convince her to marry him. The woman is depicted as making fun of him and arousing him: she is beaten by her fiance. Throughout the film, women are catcalled, followed, spied on, etc.
Baba Yaga (Movie)
A woman is coerced into being chained up and whipped by another woman.
The Babadook (Movie)
Babe (Movie)
Baby (TV Show)
The protagonists are two teenage girls engaged in prostitution, and there are multiple sex scenes between them and adult men.
Baby Boy (Movie)
Baby Driver (Movie)
Baby Face (Movie)
The lead character speaks of her childhood abuse, strongly implying incest at the hands of her father, who then forced her into prostitution as a teenager. There are also scenes of sexual harassment.
Babylon (Movie)
Babylon Berlin (TV Show)
A woman if frequently cat-called throughout the series. The show contains a gang-rape scene. S2E4: a man forces another man to perform oral sex on him after beating him with a metal rod.
In one scene, some teenagers are playing spin the bottle and one girl is dared to kiss everybody present. She has no problem doing so, but one boy in the group is visibly uncomfortable with the prospect of being involved. Although she comforts him and he seems placated, this may be uncomfortable for some.
An adult man grabs a teenage girl and tries to silence her, implying that he plans to assault her. He stops her from being able to escape by holding her on a bench. He is stopped by the main male character, then he attempts to attack them saying he will "gut them like a fish". He is interrupted by Sonia, who subsequently says "Silence, rapist".
Babyteeth (Movie)
A relationship between a 16-year old and a 23-year old takes place as a part of the 16-year old last wish, being permitted by the parents. At some point, they are shown having sex.
Baccano! (TV Show)
Different women are verbally harassed by men throughout the show. This includes one child, and workers at a club who are told to get undressed (it is not shown and no one complies).
Back to 1942 (Movie)
Marty's young mother is attracted to her own future son without realising they are related. Off-screen, she removes his trousers while he is unconscious and makes an open sexual advance. She later kisses him. Marty's father is shown to have spied on his future wife undressing without her knowledge. In another scene, a teenage boy attempts to force sex on a teenage girl in a car before she is rescued.
Bacurau (Movie)
A sex worker is forced to do a job without her consent, despite the opposition of other characters. She comes back really disturbed.
The Bad Batch (Movie)
A young girl is groomed to be one of the wives of a cult leader. She is saved before the cult leader does anything to her. Worthy of note: there is a scene where a character frantically and tearfully pleas that she "can't do it again" as a man slowly approaches her. The "it" that she is referring to is not rape, but the framing of this scene could still be triggering as it mimics how someone would react if they were trying to prevent themselves from being raped.
The premise of this book is that a high-powered partner of an advertising firm and one of his employees begin a sexual relationship. The power dynamics between the two of them come up a lot, not only in the disparity between their positions but also because he is older than she is. The female romantic lead gets sexually harassed by a fellow employee repeatedly. This employee is eventually fired. There is a stalking/kidnapping subplot, but there is no sexual assault or rape involved in that.
Bad Boy Bubby (Movie)
The main character and his mother have sex on screen multiple times. There is also a lot of animal abuse.
Bad Education (Movie)
Bad Girls (Movie)
Outlaws take turns raping a female hostage. A man forces a woman to change clothes in fron of him. A man beats a woman with a whip off-screen.
Bad Hair (Movie)
The protagonist's landlord attempts to rape her. She is able to fight him off. The next day, another tenant in her building comments that the landlord is a rapist.
The rape scene and aftermath are gratuitous, though parts of them are cut from the R rated version.
Bad Moms (Movie)
One of the protagonists is coerced into having sex with a man in exchange for his help to get her and her father passage to the United States. He then uses the fact that she had sex with him to control her in other ways, including forcing her to become engaged to him. Another character describes his experience of being tortured. One of the torture methods was anal rape with an object. Worthy of note: there are many detailed scenes of domestic violence of a daughter at the hands of her father throughout the book.
Bad Samaritan (Movie)
A nude picture of a woman gets shared online against her will. Women are physically, but not sexually, assaulted on screen throughout the film.
Bad Santa 2 (Movie)
It is implied that one of the men playing Santa is a pedophile. There is also discussion of date-rape.
A character is the leader of a pedophilic cult. Nothing is explicitly shown, but rather heavily implied.
Bad Trip (Movie)
The main character is shown having on screen sex with a gorilla in an enclosure. It is staged and part of a hidden camera prank.
Bad Witch (Movie)
One of the two main male characters does magic on a girl to get her to like him but when he realizes that she has come over to have sex with him, he immediately realizes he did it wrong, sends her away, and undoes the spell. He later tells her about the whole thing and she asks him if he put a "rape spell" on her. After the two main characters kill a man, one says that he "was probably going to be a murderer or a rapist or something" to justify it: there is no evidence of it.
Bad Words (Movie)
Badlands (Movie)
A 25 year old man and a 15 year old girl are shown kissing (about 20 minutes into the movie): it is implied that he rapes her.
Baise Moi (Movie)
Bait (Movie)
The series follows excessively-tested high schoolers and features different kinds of harassment. One character is a stalker-voyeur who constantly tries to see sexualized parts of the body and often takes pictures. He regularly invades privacy to collect creep-shots of womens, which he sells to shy, unattractive, and single guys. At some point, he indexes every girl in the school in a database based on breast size. One woman and one man are obsessed with the two main characters and harass them. An effeminate male is often heavily sexualized and fetishized by other students, and forced into crossdressing. A female character is sexually and romantically interested in her younger brother, whom she often attempts to kiss. Another female character frequently abuses a man. A gay character often does creepy things that comes off as stalkerish.
A female character is captured, bound and forcibly impregnated. This is a major plot point in the series, and there is later discussion regarding the child. In another episode, women are kidnapped with the intention of impregnating them but are saved before this can happen.
Ball of Fire (Movie)
Balthazar (TV Show)
The above-mentioned scenes occur in episodes 2 and 5 of season 1.
Balto (Movie)
Bambi (Movie)
Bamboozled (Movie)
This film uses deliberately racist caricatures and footage from racist films and cartoons. This includes sections of the film 'Birth of a Nation', with a significant clip being used of a man in black face attempting to sexually assault a white woman.
Banana Fish (TV Show)
One of the main characters has extensive sexual trauma and it is a part of the storyline. Two huge plot points of the show are a child sex trafficking ring and rape which are both brought up in most episodes. Videos and pictures of child abuse are shown (not graphically) or discussed. There are other things that may be distressing to viewers such as frequent sexual harassment and forced prostitution, as well as incestuous flirting/suggestive hinting between siblings. S1E2: a video is played during a police interrogation of an adult man raping a young boy. A 17 year old boy receives sexual comments from other men in prison. S1E3: a man finds a 17 year old boy naked and tied up after being raped.
Bananya (TV Show)
Band of Brothers (TV Show)
Bande a Part (Movie)
Towards the end of the movie, a woman is slapped, grabbed and tied and against her will.
A woman is sold by her father to a husband against her will.
Banshee (TV Show)
S1E3: the episode depicts a very violent rape scene. The scene starts off with consensual sex that escalates. S4E6: a female character is raped on her own bed on-screen.
B.A.P.S (Movie)
Worthy of note: there is a scene where a man leads a woman into an isolated space, saying he just wants to talk. He starts kissing her, and at first she acts uncomfortable and surprised with this, but after he explains more about his intentions, she seems to be fine (33:42-35:27). Prior to the events of the movie, a white man from a wealthy family had an affair with a Black maid who worked for his family. This affaire would have taken place during legal segregation, with a power dynamics making it difficult to know if the relationship was truly consensual.
Barabbas (Movie)
During one of the first scenes of the movie, the main protagonist rapes his ex-wife/girlfriend off-screen after she repeatedly rebuffed him. Around 45 minutes into the movie, rapes committed by Roman soldiers are mentioned.
Barbara (Movie)
The titular character, a woman under police surveillance, is subjected twice to a body search (naked), the first time off-screen, and the second time on-screen (after pleading a police agent not to be). A side character (an underage girl doing forced labour) is said to be pregnant: it is implied that she was raped. This is confirmed in the final sequence of the movie, when the protagonist sees blood between the girl's thighs.
The Barbarian (Movie)
The female lead is kidnapped, tortured, and raped off-screen.
Barricade (Movie)
Barry (TV Show)
S1E4: an agent propositions an actor who turns him down, and the agent then claims he was only joking. His intent was clearly to intimidate the actor. S2E4: a woman is manipulated into visiting an abusive ex alone in his hotel room. The man's demeanor becomes incresingly threatening as he tries to intimidate the woman into acting in his interests.
The male protagonist forced himself on a woman while she clearly says "no". The movie seems to dismiss it as "rough sex".
Basket Case (Movie)
Baskin (Movie)
Throughout the film, women are kept in cages and used as sex slaves by a cult/paranormal beings. They are shown in glimpses, as well as in drawings, and are referenced on multiple occasions. In one scene, a man is forced to have sex with one of these slaves against his own will, and under threat of death. He is clearly in emotional distress.
Basquiat (Movie)
The film features two sequences during which men are very pushy towards women. In the first one, a character even "steals a kiss" from one of them.
A man molests his 9- or 10-year-old stepdaughter in the car. It is implied that he does this repeatedly throughout the course of the film, culminating in a violent and graphic rape scene.
Bates Motel (TV Show)
S1E1: a character is graphically raped on-screen after being handcuffed by an angry man (22:30-25:28). S1E2: two characters discuss how four women were kept/sold as sex slaves (32:33-33:32). Two teenagers searching for one of their graves is a plot point for the rest of the episode. This sub-plot continues throughout the season. S1E3: from this episode onwards, a character is tacitly blackmailed/coerced into a sexual relationship. S1E10: a character discusses being raped by her older brother when she was a child. In the same episode, a teenage boy is coerced into sex with his high school teacher. References to sexual assault, incest, sex slavery and violence against women occur throughout the series.
S1E27: the whole episode revolves around the antagonist (a mad scientist) fantasizing about controlling his young female colleague, whom he secretly loves as part of his fantasies about Alice in Wonderland. Firstly, he "mind controls" other people with an electronic device to set her up during a date after she broke up with her boyfriend. After she reconciled with her boyfriend, he "mind controls" her, making her a kind of zombie and kidnapping her. He is eventually defeated by the titular character. S1E42: a woman is drugged (with a tranquilizer gun) and kidnapped by a mad scientist who holds her captive and restrained in order to turn her into a cat. On the villain's island, a half-man/half-cat creature threatingly hints that he wants the woman (turned into an humanoid cat) as his mate. He eventually understands and accepts her refusal and lets her leave the island.
Batman Begins (Movie)
There is a scene towards the end of the film where a father is forced to look at picture of his paralyzed assaulted daughter.
Batman Ninja (Movie)
Non spoiler version: character A has sex offscreen with character B who, it is later revealed, was character C in disguise and was specifically seeking to blackmail character A. There is, unrelatedly, a political betrothal in which one party is extremely reluctant. Both of these occurrences are discussed toward the end of the book, with major plot implications. Spoiler version: in the first incident listed, character C has been spiritually possessing character B and deliberately conceived a child with character A. C then revealed themselves and coerced character A into acting on their behalf in order to protect character B and their unborn child. (The political betrothal is unrelated. The reluctant party is Dresden himself, the male perspective character. His relationship with his fiancee is very complicated and the timing is very bad.)
The female characters endure (and have endured) lots of implicit, attempted sexual violence, though they all swiftly retaliate against their abusers.
Not long after the start of the film, a group of American soldiers gang-rapes a Japanese woman.
Battleship (Movie)
S1E3: a male prisoner attempts to rape a female officer. She bites his ear off. S2E5: female humans are captured by Cylons and forcibly impregnated in a 'baby farm.' S2E10: rape is used in the interrogation of a female Cylon prisoner by a group of human men. Assault is off-screen but the aftermath is on-screen and references are made to the attack. The sexual assault and attempted rape of another female Cylon are also shown on-screen. [This scene was cut out in the TV editing process, but the DVD edition has it restored]. S4E17: a male character is manipulated into sex with someone who appears to be his partner but is not. His partner is tied up and forced to watch this happened as a form of torture. Incest in the series is between Cylons, not humans.
A character's backstory is about her relationship with a Cylon prisoner: sexual abuse is strongly suggested and talked about.
Be Afraid (Movie)
Be More Chill (Movie)
A woman's clothes are changed and she is tied up and unconscious (27:00-30:00). The attacker makes comments that could imply he is going to do something worse than just that.
This book takes place during the U.S. Revolutionary War. The romantic leads are a Black woman who escaped from slavery and a Black man who is still enslaved but expects to be freed after the war. Towards the beginning of the book she fights off and kills a white man who chases and attempts to rape her. She makes several allusions to having been raped or sexually assaulted in the past by numerous men, including her former slave master.
Worthy of note: a woman is frequently put in a situation where she is forced to act "seduced" by men in an effort to trap them.
The Beach Bum (Movie)
The main-character Moondog gives oral to his wife while her domestic worker is present. Moondog talks to his friend about the time the friend walked in on Moondog's daughter "accidentally" while she was changing and stayed watching. Moondog grabs his daughter's groom's crotch in front of everyone during the wedding (non-consensual touching). All of the instances are short and played for laughs.
The protagonist mentions in passing that she was sexually harassed constantly at her job when she worked at a car wash as a teenager.
The Bear (Movie)
The story follows the events leading up to the rape of a 15-year-old girl by a star junior hockey player, and the consequences for the victim, the players, their families, friends, and the community which has a long-standing reputation as a hockey town.
Beast (Movie)
Worthy of note: the movie contains a lot of violence against women (with numerous images of dead young women).
Beastars (TV Show)
S1E2-3: a female character misinterprets a male character’s awkwardness as a desire for sex; she strips and begins stripping him, too, oblivious to his shock and fear. He panics and leaves, and nothing further happens. S1E8: a female character jumps and pins down a male character in a very suggestive way, but it is then revealed that her intent is not sexual. S1E9: a group of adult men kidnap a teenage girl. One of the men pins the girl down in a suggestive way and lifts up her skirt, but is stopped before he can do anything more. A different adult man later forces the same girl to strip naked and bathe in front of him; this is because he plans to eat her, but it is evocative of a sexual assault. S1E10: as her attacker prepares to eat said teenage girl, he grabs and pins her down in ways that resemble a rape scene. This is not what is occurring, but the visual similarities may be disturbing for some.
Beastmaster (Movie)
The main character gropes a nude woman coming out of a lake and then tries to have sex with her by talking her into it with strong suggestions of rape. The woman though playfully shrugs it off.
Rape is mentioned several times, and a quick flash shows a woman being raped before a young boy shoots her in the head. A young boy is forced to please the an adult. It is strongly implied that others boy have to do it too.
The protagonist, a child, is forced to become a child soldier. The commander rapes him multiple times, and it is implied that he also rapes other boys in the group. There is a scene where the protagonist helps force a woman's legs open so that other soldiers can rape her. In another scene, the soldiers visit a brothel and make harassing comments and gestures towards the women there.
Beau Travail (Movie)
Beautiful Boy (Movie)
In the beginning of the movie, a man asks (as he already did before) a woman to marry him. She refused and is visibly not interested. He insists and tries to kiss her, and is only stopped by her brother. The woman is later held captive and stalked by a beast in a castle: she grows fond of him and finally falls in love with him. At the end of the movie, the beast turned into a prince with the face of the man who tried to kiss her in the opening of the movie. She confesses that she loved him.
A male character is very persistent in his advances towards a woman. After the woman who he is targeting politely rejects him, he continues to invade her space and touch her. At one point, he corners her against a door and it is implied that he is going to kiss her, but the scene is disrupted before this can transpire.
Worthy of note: the antagonist follows the heroine home even when she attempts to politely turn him down and frequently invades her personal space, even grabbing at her skirt at one point. His behaviour throughout the movie toes the line of being considered stalking, especially when it becomes clear that she loves someone else.
On multiple occasions throughout the show, a friend of the protagonist gets sexually harassed by her male colleagues because rumors has it that she is sexually active and does not like to wear a bra. They "accidently" spill something on her to see her chest, just plain stare at her chest multiple times and try to make advances. S1E2: a landlord abuses his power and lets himself in the house of the female protagonist at night. After brief conversation (as he is her secret crush) he suddenly jumps on her and tries to rape her. She manages to escape.
Becky (Movie)
Bedazzled (Movie)
In one scene near the end of the movie, the female protagonist (the Devil) transforms into a cop and makes the male protagonist "spread 'em". She then proceeds to caress his face and says "I've always liked you".
Several graphic scenes of on-screen rape. Implied child molestation.
Bee Movie (Movie)
One of the female teenagers in the film is cornered in a room and nearly raped.
Beetlejuice (Movie)
The title character forcefully kisses one woman and repeatedly touches her. Worthy of note: an adult man attempts to force a teenage girl to marry him. The marriage is stopped and the girl is saved.
At some point, a man tells his brother that he risks being imprisoned for life and getting raped in jail.
The movie contains some flashbacks of a violent rape.
Before I Wake (Movie)
In the beginning of the movie, the 14 year-old protagonist goes to a brothel. He is shown receiving oral sex from an adult woman. The protagonist enters the car of a man who has proposed to drive him. Quickly, the driver puts his hand on his thigh: he rebuffs him and leaves the vehicle. However, the protagonist later returns to that man, who abruptly jumps on him again. This time, the protagonist consents and they engage in a relationship. At some point, the protagonist gets robbed on the beach by children. When he goes to the police, the children accuse him of trying to molest them (because he is gay). This false accusation is reffered to several times after that, and it leads the protagonist to prison, where he mentions being surrounded by real rapists.
Romantic relationship between an aunt an her nephew (both adults).
Before Sunset (Movie)
This book takes place during the Rafael Trujillo dictatorship in the Dominican Republic. In this book, Trujillo is described as having a penchant for "courting" and then raping young women. Adults warn the protagonist, her sister, and other young girls not to be too pretty in public. Still, the protagonist's older sister receives a bouquet of flowers from Trujillo, which prompts her family to organize to help her flee the country. There is a scene towards the end of the book where a shopkeeper frisks the protagonist to see if she stole anything and touches her breasts in the process.
Beginning (Movie)
About 40 minutes into the movie, a man visits a woman who is alone at home, presumably to interrogate her. He progressively asks inappropriate sexual questions and ends up sexually assaulting her by forcing her hand into his pants. She seems visibly distressed during the whole long scene. There is a violent on-screen rape and attempted murder (1:07:30-1:13:55), followed by a scene where the survivor cleans herself (blood is seen between her legs). Later, he husband (ignoring the assault took place) begins touching her, but stops when she seems not to like it. Both assaults are discussed at 1:30:00 (with an audio recording of the first encounter being played), and the husband blames her wife for being raped. She seems very distressed (1:36:00).
The Beguiled (Movie)
Behind Her Eyes (TV Show)
Behind You (Movie)
Being Frank (Movie)
Worthy of note: in a fit of jealousy, the protagonist tackles his wife, threatens her with a handgun, and forces her to make a phone call. He then locks her in a cage, ties her hands, and puts tape over her mouth. Though the actions themselves are upsetting, they are presented as ridiculous and inappropriate, and the protagonist later faces consequences for his actions.
The main theme of the movie is the kidnapping of a seventeen-year-old girl, who is raped by her captor on-screen and off-screen. We also learn that she is sexually abused by her grandfather. All instances of sexual assault in this movie are quite graphic and are shown mulitple times via flashbacks, etc.
A male character verbally harasses a female character.
Worthy of note: a man takes a woman to bed who describes herself as being very drunk. It is unclear how drunk he is so it can be read as an unbalanced power dynamic.
There are several rape scenes, which, while cartoony, are graphic and violent.
The Bellboy (Movie)
Immediatley after a group of women enters a hotel, all the bellboys rushed to grope them. They are stopped by their boss. This is mentioned later on, when the chief of the employees complains for not having a woman to grope himself. Both scenes are played for laughs.
Belle (Movie)
A man grabs a woman's chin and mouth, then below frame, grabs her crotch area as she grimaces tearfully and gasps and then frees herself and walks away.
Belle De Jour (Movie)
A prince attempts to rape the protagonist during an appointment. He grabs her by the wrists, bruises her cheek, and forces a kiss on her. When she tells him to stop, he calls her feisty. He tries to take off her clothes. He hints that he may have also assaulted the protagonist's sister. She is able to defend herself, almost killing him, until someone else intervenes. Authorities say that they will banish the prince, but the princess, his cousin, arranges for him to marry one of her ladies in waiting. It is likely, though not confirmed, that the princess would know that the prince tried to assault the protagonist.
A drunk man tries to grope a woman before she stops him. Later, a husband watches his wife cheating on him through a keyhole. A man makes an ambiguous joke about having an incestuous relationship with his sister.
Beloved (Movie)
The film contains racialized sexual assault, intense trauma post sexual assault, and chattel slavery era rape/dehumanization.
The first few interactions between the women are forceful, with the instigator pushing for kissing and touching when the other woman keeps saying no.
Below Zero (Movie)
Child sexual assault (the rape of a 13 year old girl by men) is heavily described (01:30:00-01:31-20).
Ben is Back (Movie)
About halfway through the movie, the protagonist (who is a drug addict) says to his mother that he 'had an arrangement' with his former history teacher, implying that he received drugs in exchange of sexual favours (when he was a teenager).
One man gropes one of his female slaves. Worthy of note: arranged marriage and polygamy are mentioned.
Beneath (Movie)
Benjamin (Movie)
Worthy of note: the plot of the film centers around a man working on sound effects for a film which contains sexual violence.
Berserk (2016) (TV Show)
This serie contains a lot of sexual assault and rape-content. The rape of the female protagonist is shown in flashbacks. S1E3: the protagonist's horse tries to rape a woman. S1E6: a woman almost gets gang raped. S1E7: a man tries to rape a woman, but gets saved by the protagonist. S1E14: a woman almost gets gang raped by bandits and by a possessed protagonist.
The film contains graphic and upsetting scenes of sexual violence.
The film contains an extremely graphic rape scene.
Bessie (Movie)
A woman is raped and then dragged down the stairs.
Better Call Saul (TV Show)
S1E1: three men are tried for a sexual offense involving a corps. CCTV footage is shown. In one episode, the titular character and a friend are implied to trick two women into sex. The protagonist is woken up by a woman realizing that he is not the man he pretended to be.
Better Than Us (TV Show)
The series contains several attempted sexual harassment scenes (notably in episodes 6 to 8), in which women refuse to be touched and quickly stop the situation. S1E6: a man approaches his ex wife in a sexual and quite offensive way but she pushes him away.
Worthy of note: a young male child harasses and threatens his babysitter, a teenage girl. Despite being a child, his aggression can still be disturbing.
Betty (TV Show)
Between (TV Show)
S1E4: two people go hunting together. After a rape attempt, the assailant plays dead than makes another attempt when the victim checks on him. A third party intervenes.
The Beyond (Movie)
A man grabs a woman as she tries to walk away.
Big (Movie)
Worthy of note: the protagonist, a child in an adult man's body, has sex with a woman who is unaware he is a child in an adult's body.
A serial killer's crimes are discussed, and his rapes of young girls are described in detail.
S1E3: a character claims to be a self-taught 'expert' in sexual harassment law; the joke makes light of his ongoing problematic behaviour. S1E9: wireless webcams are attached to remote control cars and are used to look up a female character's skirt. S2E7: two characters spy on a house filled with models. They later visit the house under the pretense of being 'cable men'. S2E12: a woman is pressured to apologise to a man for pointing out his frequently predatory and misogynistic behaviour and language. S2E20: a woman enters a room full of men and everyone in the room stares at her. S3E23: a character has sex with someone who is obviously highly intoxicated. S4E4: a character reveals that she has found a hidden webcam in her teddy bear, placed there by one of the male protagonists. S4E22: a character drunkenly strips completely nude in public in an attempt at seduction, exposing himself to a woman. S6E11: a comment is made by one of the characters making light of the time that she passed out at a 'frat party' and woke up 'with more clothes on'. The implication is that nobody wanted to rape her because she was sexually undesirable. One of the main characters in particular repeatedly engages in lude and inappropriate acts directed at women. This is not only unchecked but often encouraged. There are numerous instances throughout the series where women are objectified by the four male protagonists. This varies from ogling from afar to making inappropriate and sexist comments.
Big Daddy (Movie)
After a man passes out, another man pats his crotch area as a mode of trying to wake him up.
Big Driver (Movie)
The main character is graphically raped and nearly killed on-screen, and is unable to report the incident after the fact for fear of being victim-blamed by the media (she is a famous author and it would become a major story). When she attempts to find the culprit, photos of her and other women being raped, taken by their assailant, are also shown.
Big Eden (Movie)
Big Fish (Movie)
Big Hero 6 (Movie)
Worthy of note: in 'Fan Friction' a character's rival is kidnapped by a knife-wielding villain, who believes that she is her rival's girlfriend. Though the kidnapping happens off-screen, there are scenes where she is tied to a chair with a scarf over her mouth (13:40-13:45). There is also a short scene where the other members of Big Hero 6 are also tied up (15:54-16:28).
The Big Hit (Movie)
A man attempts to rape a teenager, wearing a schoolgirl uniform: he overpowers her in the back of a limo, rips ger clothing, tells her she wants it and spouts racist vitriol. The victim is rescued, but is later pursued by her “rescuer”.
In a dream, a man looks up women's skirts.
Big Little Lies (TV Show)
Abusive relationships are a major theme of the first season. The depictions of domestic violence vary in intensity throughout the seasons and occur in most episodes and rape is discussed and depicted in detail. S1E2: a character is raped on-screen following an altercation with her emotionally and physically abusive husband. S1E3: one woman grapples with the emotional implications of raising a son who was conceived when she was raped. This conflict is revealed partially through flashbacks to the rape itself.
Big Love (TV Show)
The show follows the life of a polygamist family that has close ties to a mormon cult. If all the wives of the main family are married by choice, there are many characters who are forced into marriages by their prophet. While most of the cult members "consent" it is a result of their upbringing in the cult. The main wife struggles with being in the polygamist marriage, and it is often suggested she agreed to it because she could no longer have children. Sex is frequently viewed as a measure of worth in the relationship. During the first few seasons the teenage son is in a relationship with an older teenage girl who pressures him into having sex, and he eventually does cave in. He goes through a period of feeling guilty and impure because of the loss of his virginity. There is a story line through S1-4 which involves sexual and romantic tension between the youngest wife, and the teenage son of another wife. This story line comes to a head in S3E6 when they see each other naked, and in S4E3 when they kiss. There is also a 16 year old girl who is engaged to the elderly prophet, and a scene vaguely impliying that they have sex. The same girl runs away from the cult in S2. There is a scene in S3 where she is hitchhiking with a truck driver who tells her to scoot closer to him. In S2 the 18 years old daughter dates a man who is 28 but it is treated as if it is normal. Because the daughter wont have sex with him, he sees other women. The daughter is given advice from one of the mothers to make herself more desirable around him so he won't leave her. She eventually gives in to having sex with him, but the two break up and she finds out that she is pregnant. The two get back together and eventually get married. In S2E9 a former coworker makes rude sexual comments about the youngest wife. One of the wives who is the daughter of the prophet grapples with her sense of agency, and it is revealed in S3E3 that she was forced into a marriage with a grown man at 16 by her own father. It is revealed that the two had sex and had a child together that the mother had to leave when she left the marriage. In S4 her mother is forced by her son to marry the same man. In S4E7-9 there is a storyline about a sudden abundance of children of incest. It is revealed in S4E9 that a man has been using in vitro fertilization to force women to carry children of incest. In S4E9 the wives are forced to publicly out themselves as part of their husband's plans, though they are all reluctant to. In S3 there is a storyline about the prophet being put on trial for forcing underage girls to get married. The prophet's team actively tries to prevent victims from standing trial. In S3E4 one of the victims is humiliated while standing trial and the prophet is declared not guilty. In S4 a character stalks a man and the two become a couple. In S5E3 it is revealed that one of the wives was only 16 when she married the husband.
Big Mouth (TV Show)
S1E8: a teenage boy and girl are lying in bed kissing. The teenage boy attempts to push the teenage girl's head towards his genitals, indicating that he would like her to perform oral sex. He does not stop doing this when she shows obvious resistance and continues to pressurise her until she verbally refuses and ends the interaction altogether. It is revealed that the boy involved has a history of attempting to pressure girls into performing oral sex on him. This scene opens up a wider conversation about consent during the course of the episode. In the same episode, another teenage boy and girl kiss one another, getting carried away so that their crotches accidentally touch. The teenage girl is ashamed of herself for being too forward, although the boy has no problem with what happened between them. The teenage girl's parents assume that the boy assaulted her.
The Big Short (Movie)
The Big Sick (Movie)
A 16 year old boy loses his virginity to a woman who is at least 20. The boy always seems flustered and confused during the experience but it is never called out as being statutory rape.
Worthy of note: the plot centres around attempts to rescue a woman who is kidnapped and forced into sexual slavery.
The Big Ugly (Movie)
One of the main characters is revealed to drug women at bars and talks of how women put up a fight.
This documentary centres around the founder of Bikram Hot Yoga programmes, specifically his sexual exploitation and rape of women who attended his teacher training programme. The series contains no on-screen assault but some vivid descriptions of the relevant events by survivors, as well as details surrounding the subsequent court cases. The documentary also frequently shows videos from yoga classes led by the perpetrator himself, which some viewers might find uncomfortable.
The film contains many “see down the shirt” jokes and shots (mainly in the first 10 minutes). A joke throughout this movie and the sequel is that one of the protagonist's 'mom' is only 4 years older than him. He is a senior in high school when she marries his father. So she is maybe 21/22 and married to his father.
Billy Jack (Movie)
A 13-year-old girl has sex with an older man: they are interrupted by the protagonist. A woman is raped on screen. A man uses a knife to cut off a woman's bra, exposing her.
Biohackers (TV Show)
Bir Baskadir (TV Show)
S1E7: a woman discusses her past and it is implied she was raped as a child. S1E8: a woman discusses her rape.
Bird Box (Movie)
The movie is about a serial killer of women, who stalks them before killing them. One murder scene shows the killer ripping the underwears of a woman before killing her. A painting representing a man killing, and presumably sexually assaulting a young girl is shown throughout the film. In the final sequence of the movie, it is revealed that the killer (a woman) was assaulted as a child. The male protagonist is visibly uncomfortable when speaking to a presumably homosexual man, voluntarily getting too close to him.
The Birdcage (Movie)
A man becomes aroused on stage and attempts to force himself onto his partner without her consent. A character described sexual abuse, he and his sister experienced from his father as a child.
Birds of Prey (Movie)
The movie contains lots of sexual harassment, violence with sexual undertones, general violence against all women and very specific violent threats centered around a young girl. A man forces a woman to dance on a table, then has her dress cut off to reveal her underclothes to a club full of people. It causes a main female character to cry and try to escape the room. A group of men attempt to abduct the extremely intoxicated main character with implied intent to sexually assault her: she is rescued.
Bit (2019) (Movie)
A character engages in survival sex work with adult men while she is a teenager. She is later hypnotised against her will to be a sexual partner for a male vampire, despite the fact that she is a lesbian. A different character pretends to be asleep to lure a would-be rapist. She, a vampire, bites and kills him. The female vampires often target rapists or those who make rape threats.
Bite (Movie)
A woman is intoxicated or possibly drugged and then taken by a man back to his room, where he presumably rapes her. A 'friend' lets it happen and encourages it.
During the first act, the main female character mentions the sexual abuses she suffered from her previous husband.
Black (2015) (Movie)
Long and graphic scene of a 15-year-old girl being raped by multiple men. This occurs about 2/3 of the way through the film, just after the girl's boyfriend leaves the abandoned church where they made love.
Black 47 (Movie)
Black Bear (Movie)
Worthy of note: an assistant tries to dress a drunk female actor.
Black Books (TV Show)
S1E6: an adult male, who has run away from home, is picked up by a photographer and persuaded into performing increasingly provocative acts which it is clear he is uncomfortable with. A relevant scene also occurs in S2E8.
Black Box (Movie)
Black Butler (TV Show)
S1E4: A child character is sexually propositioned by an adult man. The child is drugged, locked in a cage, and about to be sold on a black market before being rescued. The same episode includes a scene that seems to be implying sex between a child and an adult, but it's a fake-out; the scene is merely the adult putting the child in a corset. Both seasons of the anime heavily imply child sexual abuse and sex slavery in the backstories of the main characters. This is more graphically depicted in the latter half of Book of Circus through a series of flashbacks, and in Book of the Atlantic.
Black Butler II (TV Show)
Black Cat (Movie)
Two women are raped and killed by samurai soldiers. Soon they reappear as vengeful ghosts who seduce and brutally murder the passing samurai.
Characters make reference to a rape that occurred earlier. There is some insensitive dialog regarding the assault. An unknown caller sexually harasses women via sexually explicit phone calls.
It is heavily implied that a woman rapes her 10 year old son and we later find she becomes pregnant from it. In the 'Unrated Version', an additional scene heavily implies a sleeping woman is molested by the killer.
The main character's past sexual assault is mentioned throughout the movie, including her encountering her attacker. The main character walks in on a man attempting to have sex with an extremely drunk girl who is clearly unsure and shaking her head no, but stops the attack before it happens. The main character has flashbacks of her sexual assault in a dream near the beginning.
Black Clover (TV Show)
S1E28: a man puts his hands on the shoulders of a 16 year old girl while telling her he can show her what a real man is. He is stopped by the male protagonist S2E74: multiple men try to sneak a peak into the female onsen. They are stopped by one of the women. S2E79: a man mentions to a young girl how she can be of use to them when they kidnap her. It is implied that he means it in a sexual way. He is stopped before he can do anything. S2E81: two men rip the shirt of a woman resulting in the exposure of her shoulders. They are stopped by another man who stands up for her. S3E110: a man makes a comments about the size of a woman’s breasts. S3E126: a man tries to convince a woman to hang out with her even though she refused multiple times. S4E158: a man rips the shirt of a woman which results in the exposure of her shoulders. He tells her she can finally be of use. It is implied he meant it in a sexual way. He is stopped by the male protagonist Worthy of note: - The 15 year old male protagonist repeatedly asks a 26 year old nun to marry him. He has been doing this since the age of 5. She does not reciprocate - A 24 year old woman makes an inappropriate joke to the 15 year old protagonist in order to embarrass him. - A 21 year old man tries to flirt with the 15 year old female protagonist. She does not reciprocate. - A 19 year old is weirdly obsessed with his little sister to the point of getting a bloody nose whenever he talks about her. He is called a siscon which means an older sibling who is extremely obsessed with their little sister. Nothing inappropriate happens and it is later revealed that he gets a bloody nose whenever he talks about someone he cares for. - A 19 year old girl develops a crush on a 15 year old after he saves her. He does not reciprocate and no relationship develops. - A 28 year old side character appears naked multiple times infront of the 15 year old protagonists. - A 26 year old man mentions how he got closer to the 15 year old male protagonist after they all bathed together. This is not meant in a sexual way. All the notes above are played for comedic purposes and do not seem to be serious.
Black Girl (Movie)
A woman is kissed without her permission whilst she is working. Her boss plays it down by saying that the man did it as a joke.
Black is King (Movie)
Black Lagoon (TV Show)
Underage twins (~10 years old) are in a traumatised state due to constant sexual abuse. These characters feature prominently in S2E1, S2E2, S2E3. S5E3: a woman recalls being raped by a police officer as a young girl. There is a brief but graphic flashback to the incident. Later in this episode, a young boy kisses a grown woman on the lips in a way which appears to have romantic/sexual overtones.
Black Lightning (TV Show)
There is a recurring location where it is well known women are kidnapped and forced into prostitution.
Black Mirror (TV Show)
S1E1: character is coerced into publicly engaging in bestiality; this act is partially shown on-screen. S1E2: a character is given a drink called 'compliance,' which leads her to agree to be part of a sex ring. There is sexual harassment before she is pressured into going into the ring and taking off her shirt by two men and a woman, who also make other sexual comments. While she says 'yes' in the videos of her sexual encounters, which are distributed throughout the community, she is hesitant to do so, and it is clear that saying 'no' is not an option. S1E3: a husband makes a joke about having to pick up his daughter from 'the paedophile-babysitter'. This claim is not based on any evidence and is only said as a joke. S2E3: mention of paedophilia. S3E3: Discussion of child pornography, violations of the privacy of a teenage boy used for the purposes of coercion. A character is shown masturbating to child pornography (although nothing on his laptop is shown) and is later arrested. This character also interacts with (but does not assault) a child. S4E1: two women are forced to kiss a man several times. A third woman is tortured when she refuses to kiss someone. There is one suggestion of a main character forcing a woman into sex. S4E2: the woman coerced into doing porn by the judges of a talent show is referenced. S4E6: A man is shown spanking his girlfriend during sex, despite her repeated requests for him not to do so. In the context of the episode, it is made clear that he is doing this specifically to cause her pain, in order to utilise a device that turns her pain into his pleasure.
Black Monday (TV Show)
Huey Newton's history of sexual assaulting people is briefly discussed.
A teenage girl discusses how she had to go into sex work to pay for her drug addiction.
Black Ransom (Movie)
Black Robe (Movie)
Rape scene on-screen is followed by immediate repercussions for the rapist carried out by the victim. A woman engages in intercourse with a man who is keeping her prisoner in order to distract him and then kills him by hitting him over the head.
Black Rock (Movie)
Black Sabbath (Movie)
In the first story, a caller stalks a female character and threatens to touch her, but quickly states that it is to murder her, not sexually assault her.
Black Sails (TV Show)
A sex worker is repeatedly gang-raped as a punishment and as part of her work. The scenes are incredibly graphic and despite getting revenge, it leaves her traumatised. After being raped, the sex worker endures the Madame of the brothel forcing boiling hot water into her privates through a large metal syringe in order to prevent her from becoming pregnant. A female pirate describes the day she was saved when her partner found her (aged 14) being beaten by her husband (likely past his 40s) in a pub. It is implied that she, as a young girl, was forced to marry him and have sex with him. There are also multiple scenes of domestic violence, manipulation during and through sex, unhealthy sexual relationships, relationships between adults and underaged people and severe homophobia.
A woman talks about being molested by her mother's boyfriend as a child. Her mother accuses her of lying.
Black Summer (TV Show)
S1E6: a man non-consensually touches a woman in a sexual manner while checking for weapons and later attempts to rape her.
Black Sunday (Movie)
Black Swan (Movie)
In a brief scene, the main character, a ballerina, is sexually harassed by a man on the subway who makes 'kissing' sounds in her direction and mimes masturbation. The main character's director also forcibly kisses her in one scene. He later asks her inappropriate sexual questions and tells her to masturbate as part of her 'training' for her role. Worthy of note: another character later suggests performing sexual favors for the director, although it is unclear if she is joking or not. At one point the main character goes to a club with another woman, who sneaks ecstasy into the main character's drink without her consent, although the main character clearly knows the drink is drugged. Later, after she has had the drink, the main character abruptly comes to her senses while being kissed and groped by a man in the bathroom. While we do not see him forcibly assault her, she is obviously high by this point and unable to give consent. After leaving the club, the main character takes a taxi with the other woman, who puts her hand between the main character's (clothed) legs and attempts to grope her. The two later have a sex scene in which the other woman is very aggressive, pushing the main character down on the bed and performing oral sex on her without verbal consent. Although at the beginning of this scene the main character actively kisses and undresses the other woman, and does not resist the sex in any way, she is still heavily under the influence at this point. Although it is never stated that incest or child sexual abuse has occurred, the main character and her mother have an extremely unhealthy relationship, elements of which may be perceived as incestuous.
A woman is heard screaming off screen and found naked after. She later gives birth to a creature's child.
The opening credits feature lots of fictional footage of girls lined up in trailers to imply the involvment of human trafficking. A man involved in this human trafficking touches the face of a woman: this is not explicitly sexual in nature, but she slaps his hand away and is upset by the contact. Shortly after, he moves to slap her and she cowers away, then she is punched in the face several times. One hour into the movie, widow soldiers are given forced hysterectomy: the procedure is described in details by the victim, in a comic manner played for laughs, but clearly from the point of view of a victim who has accepter her trauma and can not do anything about it.
Blackadder (TV Show)
S1E6: rape on-screen.
The romantic relationship portrayed in the film is between a 17 year old and a 21 year old.
Blackfish (Movie)
There is a written text on screen mentioning rape and rapists.
Throughout the movie, racist comments are made about Black men, depicting them as rapists. In one scene, a policeman takes advantage of a woman by touching her when she is pulled over. In one scene around the climax of the film, a woman is tackled in the street by a policeman: to evade capture, she shouts repeatedly that the man is trying to rape her, although this is not the case.
The Blacklist (TV Show)
S1E12: brief mention of child molestation in church. S2E1: the past child sex abuse of a character is discused throughout the episode. Viewers are made to believe another character is going to be raped when she is forced onto a bed, but instead a photo of her face is taken (34:50-35:50). S2E12: a man reads from the Bible that a father should have intercourse with his daughters. S3E4: a character is stated to be responsible for aiding and facilitating the kidnap and rape of another character. S3E5: a character is dragged and pinned to a table by a group of men; it is implied that their intention is rape. S4E10: a character discusses being found guilty of rape while he was at university (29:50). Another character discusses the use of child brides and mass rape as a means of control (11:00 and 28:30). S4E11: the boss of a character forcibly attempts to kiss another character. When she declines, she states that she must do as she says to keep her job. The victim complies but is saved by another character who leaves with the boss (26:50-27:50). Past assault is also implied. S5E17: child brides and rape are discussed throughout the episode. A man is shown getting into bed with a teenage wife (14:00). Another former child bride talks abour her experiences (31:30).
Rape occurs off screen (31:00-32:30) and is avenged. The woman attacked defends herself and kills the man. We later are told that he tried to rape her but was unsuccessful.
Blackthorn (Movie)
Blackway (Movie)
Implied sexual slavery, onscreen harassment and forced kissing
Blade (Movie)
Blade Runner (Movie)
There is a very controversial scene in which a man forces a crying woman to kiss and (it is implied) have sex with him (1:10). Worthy of note: the troubling implications behind replicants, who look and act like humans but are not considered truly human. Within the context of the film, this means that it is not seen as necessary for them to provide consent for sexual acts.
Sexual harassment on-screen: There are two instances of non-consensual kissing. Worthy of note is the troubling implications behind replicants who look and act like humans but are not considered truly human. Within the context of the film, this means that it is not seen as necessary for them to provide consent for sexual acts as they are described as machines that fit a purpose e.g pleasure, entertainment etc.
At one point, the main character mentions that when he was nine, he was in a relationship with a 35 year old woman: it is a joke and it is unclear if the character is lying.
Blair Witch (Movie)
Blame (2017) (Movie)
Blancanieves (Movie)
The main female protagonist is kissed against her will on two occasions: 1) in the middle of the film, by a man who is trying to strangle her; 2) at the end of the movie, by different men, who paid to try to wake her up from her sleep.
An autobiographical account of the author's own childhood assault by a teenage babysitter. The author is also unable to protect his little brother. It's also a graphic novel. The relevant scenes occur between pages 29-32. Worthy of note: aggressive or domineering - but not sexual - physical interactions (looming, grabbing, dragging) are regular features throughout the book.
S1E1, S1E2: A female character jokingly makes a lot of innuendos and sexual comments to the protagonist, comparing some past encounters they had to rape. S1E5: A female character grabs a woman's breasts.
Rape is frequently used as a comedic punchline by antagonists.
Bleach (TV Show)
Throughout the series, there are inappropriate jokes made that fall under sexual harassment. One of the female protagonists tries to kiss the male protagonist when he is asleep and not able to consent. She ends up not doing it. One of the male captains continues to hit on his assistant even though she refuses his advances and shows discomfort.
The female protagonist forces a kiss between the male protagonist and a living soul that is stuck in a teddy bear.
Bleed (Movie)
A woman hallucinates a sexual assault while having sex with her boyfriend.
Blend S (TV Show)
Blended (Movie)
A man tries to kiss a woman twice without her consent.
All of season 1 follows a search for a serial rapist/murderer. S1E2: attempted rape. S1E3: a woman is held hostage by the aforementioned rapist/murderer.
Most of the female characters are raped on screen throughout the film.
Blindspot (TV Show)
A main character finds out that he was sexually abused by his coach as a child. A main character investigates undercover in a sex trafficking situation. She does not get assaulted, but many rapes that took place are mentioned and her team is not really in control of the situation. S3E5: a tattoo leads to a case regarding untested rape kits, and uncovers a secret heir to royalty conceived by rape.
Bliss (Movie)
A male character gets a female intoxicated and, thinking she is passed out, starts to unbutton her blouse. When he reaches to touch her breast it is revealed she is already dead: the blob then kills the man.
Blockers (Movie)
Blood & Water (TV Show)
The show contains sex scenes between a 17-year-old student her her adult male swim coach.
S1EP: a woman mentions how her colleague has been pestering a girl for her number even though she has refused him multiple times. She views him as a creep. S2E3: a man smacks a woman on her behind. Worthy of note: a 18-years old girl mentions in the last two episodes of the second season that she is gonna get married. Her fiancé looks much older than her. (35-40 years old).
One man watches a woman dance and grabs her butt: she shoves him off. Later, he sneaks into her room and kills her.
Along with the above, there is frequent sexual discussion directed at underage girls.
Blood Games (Movie)
A male baseball players grabs a women's butts and thighs several times while playing the game. Degrading talk and catcalling. A guy sneaks into the locker room and watches the women while they are showering. There is an attempted assault where two women are held at knifepoint and their tops are cut off - the men are stopped in this instance. There is a graphic on screen rape later when the men are chasing the women through the woods.
Blood Machines (TV Show)
Worthy of note: In episode 2, it is strongly implied that a character plans to assault his captive. This assault never occurs.
Blood Moon (Movie)
Blood Quantum (Movie)
A character describes having sex with a woman who wanted to get back at her boyfriend for cheating on her and was "drunk enough to pick anyone."
Blood Red Sky (Movie)
There is an imagined rape sequence in the beginning of the film, and different rape attempts from a man on his wife later during the movie.
Blood of Zeus (TV Show)
A woman is in a forced marriage and it is implied she regularly endures marital rape. A man disguises himself as the woman's husband to sleep with her. However, when he reveals his identity she does not seem bothered.
Bloodshot (Movie)
About on third into the movie, a killer has the main protagonist's wife tied to a chair and holds a bolt stunner. He asks if she can "take the whole 6 inches" before killing her.
The entire movie is full of the torture of naked women for the sexual pleasure of the main antagonist. A young girl of unconfirmed age (implied to be a teenager) has her breasts and butt exposed and is caned. She is later decapitated and it is implied that a man has sex with her head (though not shown on screen). A woman has her breasts fondled while tied up before having her teeth removed. A man is shown laying under the covers with another man's dead body; it is unclear if he is supposed to be having sex with it.
In the beginning graveyard sequence, a boy makes a joke about how a girl cannot say no to him after she sets a boundary. Children watch a teen undress through a peephole. There are a teenager and her adult, married tutor, who seem to be flirting with each other, but it is only mentioned and shown briefly.
Bloody Milk (Movie)
There are no graphical scenes, but it is strongly implied that a man was molested by a female teacher in elementary school. This has left him traumatized and struggling with substance abuse.
Blow Out (Movie)
Blow-Up (Movie)
The concerned scene contains a situation of dubious consent: one of two girls is willing to have sex with the main protagonist in exchange of photographs, but the other one is not. The protagonist proceeds to chase the first girl and while running away from him she strips the other girl naked, all with both of them laughing. They proceed to have a threesome.
Blue (1993) (Movie)
Blue Collar (Movie)
Blue Exorcist (TV Show)
Worthy of note: a male character goes overboard with his blue flames and unintentionaly burns two women's clothes down and the camera zoom on their panties.
Worthy of note: the main actress was 14 at the time, with an older body double being used for nude scenes, and her male counterpart being much older.
The Blue Planet (TV Show)
Blue Planet 2 (TV Show)
Blue Ruin (Movie)
Blue Story (Movie)
Blue Sunshine (Movie)
Worthy of note: the protagonist makes a joke about child sexual abuse that some may find in poor taste. On some occasions, a man tries to pressure his unwilling partner into sex with him.
Blue Velvet (Movie)
Sadomasochism and other non-mainstream sexual acts are a consistent theme throughout along with elements of violence and coercion.
There is a consensual relationship between a 15-year-old and a woman whose age is somewhere between 18 and 22. The film is French, and the age of consent in France is 15, but the age gap may be uncomfortable for some audiences.
Worthy of note: the movie contains a reference to 'the pedophilic elite'.
Burnham mentions paedophilia in the context of a joke about double standards (13:35-13:45). In a song, Burnham sings about 'rape-y vibes' in country music songs (roughly 22:20). Later in the same song, he sings about undressing a sleeping woman. A heckler in the audience tells Burnham to take off his trousers. At roughly 53:10 Burnham sings that he would rather perform oral sex on his father than eat a burrito with a fork. Worthy of note: a slur for gay people is used just after the 14:00 minute mark. This slur is repeated at various points up to the 14:45 mark.
S1E1: three male students try to rape the titulat character. They jump on her when she is alone, two of them hold her still, while the other slices her blouse open with a knife, exposing her bra. A man intervenes before anything further happens.
The Boat (2011) (TV Show)
A man is wanted by the police because he beat up his girlfriend. He comes to the protagonist to ask for his help, but he gets rebuffed. The main female character implies that she lost her job because she did not respond to her boss' advances.
Bob's Burgers (TV Show)
S1E1: the burger of the day is called 'the child molester' because it comes with candy. The show moves away from this kind of humor quickly.
Boccaccio '70 (Movie)
The film is divided in four episodes. 1) A (secretly) married woman is harassed by her employer. 2) A man is obsessed by a woman featured on an ad billboard. He hallucinates and sees her harassing him. It is very briefly implied that he had been traumatized by the vision of her naked aunt as a child. 3) A woman leaves her husband who cheated on her with call girls. Finally, she choses to stay with him, by making him pay for her sexual services. She seems very distressed by this situation. 4) A woman is forced to prostitute herself out of misery: she is the 'winning lot' of a lottery. She is constantly harassed by a crowd of men. Finally, the one who 'won' her is too shy to do anything.
Bodied (Movie)
Rape is frequently used as a punchline in rap battles. A character slaps women's bottom multiple times throughout the film.
Body (Movie)
Three girls formulate a plan to accuse an injured man of attempted rape to cover up the fact that they broke into a house and injured him. Whilst a man is unconscious, a girl takes his hand and puts it in/around her genitals (this is not shown on-screen) so that have evidence for the 'crime'.
Body Bags (Movie)
The third short story has a scene where a man rapes his wife while possessed.
Body Cam (Movie)
A woman is forced into handcuffs and raped on screen.
This book is about the neurological and physiological effects of trauma, especially trauma from sexual violence.
Worthy of note: the film deals with domestic abuse.
The Bodyguard (Movie)
There is a scene in which a woman invites a man in a bedroom. As they are about to make out, she asks him to stop, but he insists. She manages to get out of the situation by calling someone. It is said that a man broke into a woman's house and masturbated on her bed without her knowing.
The main protagonist gropes another character without his consent and is firmly rebuffed. At another moment, he is also groped.
Bojack Horseman (TV Show)
S1E3: a woman says that when she was a child, she received letters from people telling her that they were masturbating while thinking about her. S1E8: one character kisses another character without asking for consent (1:41-1:43). S2E3: it is implied that a child was sexually abused by her stepfather. This implication comes up again in later seasons, and notably in a flashback in S6E5, where the child can't be in her dressing room because her" stepdad is being weird". Her stepdad is most likely a parody of Terry Richardson, a famous photographer accused of rape. S2E7: sexual harassment is implied in discussions throughout the episode, though nothing is ever described. S2E11: in the final minutes of the episode, a 17-year-old asks an adult man to have sex with her, and we see them getting undressed before getting caught, though nothing graphic is ever shown (22:31-23:19). This incident is discussed in detail in S3E1+11 and S5E4+10+11. At one point, the adult man turns up at the young girl's college and she appears shaken by his appearance. S3E6: a character gives a handjob without asking for the consent of the other character (we don't see below their torsos). The victim seems unnerved but aroused until she strangles his penis and cause him a lot of pain. S3E11: a couple sees the protagonist drunkenly talking to their son. The mother asks her husband if he might be 'inappropriately interested' in the boy. The father says 'No, but if he is, i could also be a big break'. Later, a woman calls the protagonist 'a father figure who was sexually inappropriate' to her. S4E5: a character is catcalled and threatened after leaving a restaurant. At another point, a character off-handedly implies that he had to hitch a ride with a paedophile when he was in middle school, though it's stated he came home 'unscathed'. S5E1: a director pressures and initmidates the protagonist into undressing for a role. They fight briefly, but no forceful undressing is shown on camera. The protagonist is later depicted naked but seems fine with it. S5E4: a character briefly mentions sexting a 12-year-old.
Bokurano (TV Show)
S1E6: attempted rape. S1E7: on-screen rape of a middle schooler by her adult teacher. Through the character's eyes, the only thing her abuser did wrong was to cheat on her by sleeping with other underage girls.
The Bold Type (TV Show)
S1E10: the effects rape has on women are discussed. Several characters discuss in minor detail their own experiences with sexual assault. S2E6: another woman reveals she was raped by the same man discussed in S1E10. S3E3: mention of sexual coercion.
There are numerous talks of sexual harassment
Bonding (TV Show)
A woman is held captive by a man.
Bone Tomahawk (Movie)
Bones (TV Show)
There are several episodes where child abuse is discussed. These topics are discussed in a way that always condemns them and the perpetrators are always punished in some way (e.g. jail mostly). S1E5: this episode is about a young boy who was sexually assaulted and then murdered. S8E16: this episode is about a teenage girl who was drugged and raped at a party. A witness discusses with her psychocologist that she felt like she had been rape.
During a party, two frat boys are about to engage in relations with two 17-year-old girls but withdraw from the interaction when they learn the girls' ages. On the way into the party, some partygoers grab a female character's breasts without asking.
Boogie Nights (Movie)
Book Club (Movie)
A man is given Viagra without his consent and then unwillingly touched on the groin by his wife.
First mention is a woman saying she was raped as a child, the second occasion is attempted rape which results in the woman heavily bleeding after trying to fight them away.
Rape is ambiguous/implied. The main villain is overpowering women throughout the book, and there is an interaction between the main female character (who is 14), where he is on top of her. Then the next scene blood is seen trickling down her inner leg, implying rape or abuse.
A woman is ambushed by two men who attempt to rape her.
This is a great book about surviving sexual trauma but it has very vivid details of rape throughout, which can be triggering.
Worthy of note: a character has his entire body mutilated and his genitalia removed by ghosts.
Booksmart (Movie)
A character tells of and describes in detail how the two main characters could have been abducted and raped. Worthy of note: a male high school student (who was held back several years and is stated to be 20 years old) is revealed to have had sex with a female teacher at a graduation party.
Boomerang (Movie)
A woman takes her underwear off and throws them in a man's face, who reacts in disgust. A woman advances on a man who is visibly uncomfortable by putting her hand on his legs. She then proceeds to flash him.
The Boondocks (TV Show)
The series features a physically violent pimp, a homosexual rapper who is shunned by others when they find out about his sexuality, a child singing along to sexist songs without properly understanding them, and a man having sex with his wife while possessed by the ghost of an old man. The same man is scared of getting raped in jail and has a dream about getting raped in the shower (though the dream ends right before the action). Later on, he almost gets raped in jail for real. Additionnally, a young boy has to take "sexy" pictures of his grandpa, who is only wearing a string. Throughout the serie, women are often referred to as hoes or bitches.
Boot Camp (Movie)
A teenage girl is violently raped by one prison guard.
Borat (Movie)
Throughout the film, there are jokes about sexual assault, rape, sexual exploitation and men having sexual relationships with underage girls.
Border (Movie)
Bordertown (TV Show)
Rape and sexual violence are themes throughout the series. Young women (some of whom are underage) are drugged and posed for photos while naked (leading to the accidental death of one and the furter abuse of another). One story arc features a paedophile character who needs to prove that they haven't committed any new assaults (this features flashbacks of the paedophile sexually abusing another character when he was a child). Violence, both sexual and otherwise, is frequently shown on-screen.
The Borgias (TV Show)
Gangsters beat and rape young adults and teens throughout the film.
Bottom (TV Show)
The film follows a homeless man who was saved from drowning and sheltered by a married man. Throughout the film, the homeless man sexually assaults the man's wife and mistress (the maid) at several occasions, and rapes one of them off-screen. The scenes are played for laughs, and both women are depicted as growing fond of him.
Bound (1996) (Movie)
The female protagonist often gets harassed by her male collegue. He follows her to the woman restroom and eavesdrops her there while he sits in the toilet next of her. She says multiple times to stop. Eventually he is waiting for her in her own house, which he did not have permission for.
The Boy (Movie)
The main character’s backstory involves an abusive relationship with a violent boyfriend, who later shows up and threaten her.
Boy (2010) (Movie)
This film revolves around a woman kidnapping children and trafficking them to her pedophile friends. No assault is shown on-screen, though pictures are shown of a young boy's naked torso and a video camera is shown in one of the rooms, implying the creation of child pornography.
Boy Erased (Movie)
The on-screen rape scene takes place at 00:37-00:39.
Boy Meets Boy (Movie)
A man jokes about being a paedophile.
Boy Meets World (TV Show)
S4E15: a character disguises himself as a girl to write about sexual harassment experiences. S6E7: a teacher hits on a student.
The attempted rape of woman by a man is shown. The film also features stalking and revenge porn.
One character kisses another without warning, causing discomfort. The kisser apologizes and later refers to this event as a sexual assault. However, no one takes it seriously as such in-universe.
Boyhood (Movie)
Boys (2014) (Movie)
The Boys (2019) (TV Show)
A main character's motivating factor is the rape of his wife by the series' antagonist. This is discussed heavily throughout the series. Scenes before and after the rape are briefly shown in S1E7. S1E1: workplace sexual harassment onscreen. It is strongly implied that a woman is coerced into performing oral sex on a coworker against her will, and her distress in the aftermath is shown on-screen. The incident is then vaguely discussed later in the episode. S1E2: a main character comes across two men about to rape a woman in an alley. S1E7: a male character gets sexually assaulted on-screen.
On-screen rape; hate crime committed against a transgender man.
S2E2: towards the beginning of the episode, a group of men attempt to rape a woman as she exits a shower/locker room. She is rescued and it transpires that this attack was an attempt to frighten her.
The Bra (Movie)
Brain Damage (Movie)
A woman opens a man's trousers and a monster jumps into her mouth, simulating a penis. This scene intended to directly recall oral rape. A man kisses a woman deeply and the monster jumps into her mouth; she struggles to push the man off as the monster kills her.
Brainscan (Movie)
Worthy of note: the main character films his female neighbour (his love interest) naked. He thinks he is doing it without her consent but she actually knows about it and is into it,
A woman is hypnotized and has sex with the titular character against her will. She cannot remember what happened after. A man is held down while three female vampires perform sexual acts and eventually feed on him against his will.
S1E1: a movie producer tries to seduce a writer/director. She says no and he retaliates. A director attacks a woman and threatens her by choking her and violently pushing her down.
Brat (Movie)
A woman is beaten and raped off-screen by two men (1:12:30): we see them ripping off her clothes and then the smiling face of their boss watching the scene. Throughout the film, it is implied that this woman is beaten by her husband, with a scene of domestic violence in one of the final scene (which it stopped by her lover). Early in the film, two men catcall a woman in a bus.
Brave New World (TV Show)
The basis of this show is that there are different classes to the society, which are forced to fulfill the roles given to them. One of the social classes primary job is to engage sexually and give pleasure to the higher up class of people. While it is not violently enforced and no obvious discomfort is shown by the characters, it is implied and talked about that they have no other choice but to never say no to any sexual advances. S1E8: the main protagonist has angry, demeaning sex with his lover after he secretly watched her have sex with another man without her knowledge. This scene was made to show dominance from the main character "punishing" his lover.
Braveheart (Movie)
A man attempts to rape a woman, she fights him off and escapes.
A pregnant woman is kidnapped and forced to undergo a gynecological exam against her will (off-screen), and is threatened with a forced abortion. A prison inmate must undergo a cavity search outdoors for the purpose of humiliation (off-screen). A prison inmate threatens a man that he will let the other inmates rape him.
Brazil (Movie)
Breach (Movie)
In the opening scene, a man makes a comment towards an 11 year-old girl saying that she is old enough to marry.
A woman discusses the fact that she got married to a grown man when she was 14. On a number of occasions, a drunk man behaves in sexually aggressive and threatening ways towards her, and she tries to avoid him.
There is a scene in which a teenage boy hastily hides under a table, ending up between the legs of a teenaged girl. He moves his face further between her legs with clear sexual intent. It is suggested that she traps his head between her legs to stop him until he can come out of his hiding place. In another scene, the same is girl pressured into admitting she is a virgin by the group (composed of three teenage boys and one other teenage girl). Also worthy of note: in the same scene, the other girl tells the group how she had sex with her male therapist and several other men. She later says that that none of this is true, claiming she said it because she is a compulsive liar, though it is heavily implied that she simply wanted to make the others uncomfortable.
There is an imaginary sequence that includes the rape of a servant by their employer. It is implied that the transgender main character becomes a sex worker as a last resort in order to survive. A man, expecting the main character to be a sex worker, attempts to rape her and strangles her with a necklace. She then escapes from his car by spraying perfume in his face. It is also of note that there is a lot of violence and brutality toward the transgender protagonist, perpetrated by people who have power over her in some way. This mistreatment includes parental child abuse and abuse by implied romantic partners and police.
Breaking In (Movie)
Towards the end of the movie, one of the antagonists tries to rape the protagonist's daughter, but he is stopped.
Breaking Bad (TV Show)
S2E1: a character forcefully attempts to initiate sex with his wife. He stops after she screams for him to stop. S4E3: a man finds his house filled with people high on drugs. As soon as he enter, we hear a guy chastising a woman he is raping to 'do better'. She is clearly high on meth and unable to consent or fight back: we see a split-second view of her sweating face as she turns her head back and forth (as though she is saying no), followed by a split-second view of her clawing at his arms and back, possibly struggling in vain to get him to stop. No one intervenes because they are either drunk, high, dancing, or beating other people up (21:59-22:54). There is another brief yet blocked shot of the guy on the floor, his pants around his ankle while the girl's feet keep kicking. S5E2: it is implied at the end of the episode that a character engages in sexual activity with his wife and that she is too afraid of him to refuse to comply.
The main plot revolves around a married woman who turns to prostitution to feed the sexual fantasies of her critically injured and bedridden husband.
Breakthrough (Movie)
Brick (Movie)
The Bride (Movie)
Bride Killa (TV Show)
One zombie character essentially "feels up" a woman (without her consent).
A ghost character is revealed to have been gang raped (40:00-41:30).
Bridgerton (TV Show)
S1E1: attempted rape (49:00-50:00) and physical violence from a man towards the female lead. S1E6: on-screen rape, where the wishes of a man not to have children are disregarded by the female lead, his wife (48:00-54:55). This rape of a Black man by a white woman is presented as a midsunderstanding between husband and wife. The victim is blamed because he 'lied' to his wife.
The protagonist comments on the inappropriate sexual comments and occasional grabbing she experiences from a family friend.
Bright (2017) (Movie)
Brightburn (Movie)
There is a creepy scene where a young boy sneaks into a young girl's room and she calls him a "pervert" later during gym class: there is no menace or danger.
Brimstone (Movie)
There is an explicit and violent rape scene, which a young character is forced to watch.
Bring It On (Movie)
There is a lot of catcalling directed at the cheerleaders, who are in high school, by their fellow students and by adults. The male cheerleaders delight in being able to touch the female cheerleaders inappropriately during cheer routines. There is a scene where an adult choreographer assesses the cheerleaders' bodies in a very demeaning way. A male cheerleader sticks his thumb up a female cheerleader's skirt and she is clearly uncomfortable with it: her teammates victim blame her (34 minutes in).
The protagonist's mother is threatened with rape. It is implied that the main character may have been raped before another character intervenes, but this is not clear.
Towards the beginning of the book, a group of men make harassing comments to a main female character.
Broad City (TV Show)
The sexual relation between a female adult and a male teenager takes place in only one episode (she finds out about his age only after).
About halfway through the movie (during the male anchor's first news story about date rape), a woman describes her rape in detail.
Broadchurch (TV Show)
Rape is a recurring theme throughout the entire show. Some men discuss the drugging of a woman with the intention of raping her. There is one instance where a woman tell others that she is willing to have men rape her to get her son back. In various instances, married men are shown engaging in sexual acts with teenagers. A woman discusses how her husband used to regularly rape their daughter. In another instance, a man confesses his 'love' for an 11-year-old boy. S2E4: a woman is assaulted (choked) against a wall by a man. She begins to undo his belt and take off his pants in the hope that he will let her survive if she performs sexual favors. Season 3: the crimes of a serial rapist are a major plot-point throughout the season.
A female character enters a relationship with a millionaire because of her economic situation, and he beats her when she expresses reluctance to have sex with him.
Broken Trail (Movie)
The plot revolves around rescuing young women from being trafficked into prostitution.
Worthy of note: the premise of this book is that it is a romance about a married couple on the rocks trying to repair their relationship. Early on the man in the relationship kisses his wife before she is really ready to accept affection from him on two separate occasions. His friends had already warned him not to kiss her or even see her yet.
A Bronx Tale (Movie)
Catcalling - young men try to get the attention of two young women who are walking on the opposite side of the street.
The Bronze (Movie)
It is revealed that the main antagonist got his student pregnant (1:34:29). The protagonist and the antagonist have sex, but the protagonist got drunk by influence of the antagonist (1:13:30).
The Brood (Movie)
Brooklyn (Movie)
Throughout the series, in a briefing room containing a wall with crime statistics, the word "rape" is visible in the background. It is not present in every episode. S1E5: a man makes an inappropriate sexual comment to a woman he works with, and spanks a man he works with without his consent. S1E6: it is mentioned that a man was arrested for groping multiple women without their consent. S1E13: a stripper is hired to give a lap dance to somebody who is clearly uncomfortable with the situation. S2E23: a woman touches a man's body, under the pretence of frisking him, in an excessively slow and drawn out fashion which may imply/evoke sexual undertones. S3E2: a man implies that he has been accused/guilty of workplace sexual harassment in the past. S3E10: a woman agrees to help a friend, on the condition that he secures for her a picture of one of their colleagues naked. Throughout the show, a woman makes various (often sexualised) comments about the appearance of a man who she works with, who makes it clear that he is married and faithful to his wife. S6E6: a woman defends herself against sexual assault and the protagonists work on her case. Lots of discussion of assault and harassment and the consequences of speaking up follow.
Brother Bear (Movie)
A greasy man leans next to a woman, talking to her ears; the way of talking did come of with sexual undertone. A woman is held hostage by the greasy man, but nothing happens. A woman gets kissed while she is asleep; this is supposed to be a "true love kiss". A man is enchanted by a witch as she whispers in his ears in sexually manner.
Worthy of note: there is a ritual where young women must "open to" a man called Papa Legba at the beginning of the movie. It goes on for several minutes and it is very disturbing in a metaphorical way. It is also present throughout the rest of the film with PTSD-style flashbacks.
In Bruges (Movie)
Bruiser (Movie)
A boss makes frequent sexual advances towards his female employees.
Btooom! (TV Show)
Buddies (Movie)
S1E4: a monster disguised as a teacher imprisons boys with the intent to breed with and murder them. S1E6: attempted rape. S2E2: threat of assault. S2E5: episode plot is a metaphor for rape/sexual assault - villains use methods which are evocative of those used by real-life predators. S2E19: relationship between teacher and student. S2E20: attempted rape, victim-blaming, threat of assault. S3E1: a man gropes the protagonist. S3E10: the language used preceding a murder is evocative of the language used by real-life predators. S3E15: sexual assault. S4E7: strongly implied attempted rape, eventually played for laughs. S4E16: two female characters swap bodies. One of them has sex with the other's boyfriend, who does not know about it. He is later blamed for it. S6E2: a demon says that he is going to rape the main character. S6E13: antagonists create a device that can turn women into compliant slaves and attempt to use it on an ex-girlfriend. S6E19: attempted rape at the 22:18-25:26 mark. A man violently assaults the main protagonist because he wants to be in a relationship with her. She repeatedly states that she does not want this throughout the duration of the assault. She fights him off and, realising 'what he's done,' leaves. The protagonist is already vulnerable due to a back injury when the assault occurs, and her attacker is aware of this. The vampires in the show are presented as sadistic and evil and it is heavily implied that they rape some of their victims. A number of their on-screen attacks are clear metaphors for sexual assault. One of the main romances in the show occurs between a teenager and an adult. Their romance starts when the female lead is 16 and the male character is over 200 (he looks like he’s in his mid-20s), and their sexual relationship starts when she is 17.
Bug (Movie)
A Bug's Life (Movie)
Bulbbul (Movie)
The film contains a graphic on-screen rape after the 1 hour mark.
Bull (TV Show)
S1E3: the episode involves the defense of a survivor of sexual assault from a murder charge. Her assault is never discussed in detail, but it is the premise of the episode. S1E11: the episode revolves around a sexual relationship between a teacher and a student and the court case litigating it. The relationship is not discussed explicitly, nor is it shown explicitly
Bullet Head (Movie)
Bully (2001) (Movie)
Bumblebee (Movie)
Worthy of note: a character is a pedophile and the caretaker of a young girl, and his affection towards her can therefore be unsettling.
Bunk'd (TV Show)
There are constant scenes of a girl romantically perusing a boy despite his negative responses, and it has the potential to upset or make some viewers uncomfortable.
Rape scene also features unsimulated sexual intercourse.
This film contains gratuitous sexual violence scenes. Some are portrayed as a joke and lot of the sexual content in the movie has undertones of sexual assault, even if not otherwise explicit.
Bunnyman (Movie)
One of the killers rapes a victim who is bent over a table.
A man sexually assaults a woman who is tied to a mattress with chains.
Throughout the series, female characters are often put in tense situations, at the mercy of masculine enemies. In season 4, an episode features former women slaves of ISIS. There is a brief discussion of their sufferings (not explicit), especially of one woman who became mute after her traumatic experiences. In season 5, a man makes repeated inappropriate comments and sexually threatening remarks at a woman who is forced to work with him (first episodes). Near the end of the season, he takes advantage of a tense situation to grope her.
Burlesque (Movie)
Burn (Movie)
The relevant scene occurs between the 40:00 and 44:00 minute marks.
Both female protagonists are harassed by a group of men in a shop. They began threatening them with sexual assault before one of the women drives them off by running and acting crazy.
Burn Notice (TV Show)
Worthy of note: during the entire film, a character is very pushy towards every women he meets.
Burning (Movie)
A man goes into a woman’s apartment to feed her cat while she is away, and he masturbates there without her knowledge. A man berates a woman for removing her shirt and angrily calls her a “prostitute”.
The main protagonist is regularly beaten by her husband and is raped by him one night offscreen.
Burning Cane (Movie)
The relevant scene occurs on pages 171-172.
The authors reference catcalling, as well as statistics about rape and sexual assault.
As a husband and wife are swimming together, the man tries to initiate sexual contact, but she declines and leaves the pool. He then kisses her on the lawn and pins her on the ground, trying to initiate sexual contact again. She screams and begs for him to stop, but he continues to kiss and touch her. He eventually lets her go.
Worthy of note: one character awakens to another masturbating beside them in bed. The film takes place largely in a conversion therapy camp for lesbian and gay teenagers, which include some uncomfortable activities like acting out intercourse. A character is descreibed offhand as being molested as a child (around 51 minutes into the movie).
A main character pretends to rape his girlfriend.
The rape of a slave woman by her owner is implied; screams are heard.
It is implied that one female character is assaulted by her father. It is also implied that her father filmed her and another child in a sexual context.
In the beginning of the film, a man is receiving oral sex from someone he assumes is his girlfriend, but is one of the villains of the movie.
A couple tries to use rape as roleplay but the scene is interrupted and it firstly looks like an attempted rape. The main protagonist's sister is in love with him and tries to kiss him without his consent.
The movie is about the sexual abuses of a priest on young children: pedophilia is thus the main theme of the film. Some flashbacks show the moments before the crimes, but nothing graphic is depicted.
Children are forced into prostitution, though nothing explicit is shown. A character is assaulted by a man implied to be her father.
Cabaret (Movie)
A man describes how he has just raped his partner (although he does not recognise it as such). The movie uses it as a turning point for her to fall in love with him. There is also whistling/catcalling and grabbing of female cabaret performers.
A male character gropes a female character beneath a blanket while she is asleep. This results in the discovery that she has been infected by the movie's flesh-eating virus.
A man discusses having sex with his cousin in somewhat graphic terms.
Cable Girls (TV Show)
One of the main protagonist escapes an attempted rape by a group of men.
Cadaver (Movie)
About 20 minutes into the movie, there is a scene of a woman in a sexual position that is graphic and somewhat violent, with two men in masks, suggesting it is non consensual.
Calamity Jane (Movie)
Worthy of note: there is a running joke where a son keeps walking in on his mother in various states of undress. There is a point in the film where the women are unaware that an advert they will be filming will necessitate them being naked.
Calibre (Movie)
Characters discuss the fact that one of the main characters had ostensibly consensual sex with a woman, but did so having given her cocaine. This is a point of contention during the movie.
At the bar, a woman is grabbed from behind by her male friend. She asks him multiple times to let her go but he is drunk and does not do so. He whispers a sexual request into her ear before they are interrupted by the main protagonist. Later, the woman defends her friend's behaviour.
Californication (TV Show)
The main character sleeps with an underage girl without realizing she was underage.
In one scene, Caligula rapes both a bride and her groom.
Caliphate (TV Show)
S1E3: a woman is raped at gunpoint by her husband's friend before she stabs him (1:20-4:05). She is blamed for the rape. As a backstory, a female office worker is being punished at work for reporting what is implied to be sexual harassment. Another woman is hit by her husband multiple times throughout the show.
In two scenes a man changes the appearance of two teen girls to look more like his dead sister: we see him tie a girl's hands to a chair and wash her hair while he hums and licks her face, and he then cuts her blouse off to reveal a bra and moderate cleavage and abdomen. For the rest of the film, the girl remains only in jeans and a bra. We see photos of a teen boy kissing his sister on the mouth as she receives chemotherapy.
Call (2020) (Movie)
Worthy of note: there are scenes including the torture/exorcism of a young woman, as well as kidnapping and torture of a child, but none of this has a sexual element.
The main romantic relationship of this film is between a 17-year-old boy and a 24-year-old man, who is a student of the boy's father. Although the relationship is presented as healthy, with the younger boy being extremely persistent and the relationship itself being very brief, some viewers may find the age difference to be disturbing or upsetting.
The central plot of this book revolves around a teenage boy who is involved in a romantic and sexual relationship with an adult man.
Call the Midwife (TV Show)
S7 Chritmas Special: it is implied that one patient used to be sexually abused as a child by a family member.
Call My Agent! (TV Show)
Cam (2018) (Movie)
A scene involves a man grabbing the main protagonist (a sex worker) from a women's restroom and putting a hand over her mouth with an obvious threat of sexual violence. Throughout the movie, she is frequently shown in a vulnerable or dangerous position due to her work. The film also contains strong visuals implying childhood abuse.
Camp Camp (TV Show)
Camp Dread (Movie)
Camp X-Ray (Movie)
A sexual assault takes place between a colonel and his female private officer. After she refuses to have sex with him, she loses her position in the army.
The Candidate (Movie)
Two women are cat-called by a group of men in a 'bad' part of town. One of the themes of the movie is a sexual affair between a professor and his student.
A man jokes that if his lover dies, he would still want to have sex with her corpse.
The film contains at least 3 rape scenes. One ends with the victim being violently murdered by cannibals. There are also 2 scenes of vaginal impalement, all extremely graphic.
A teenage girl is coerced into taking nude photos, which are shared amongst her peers at school without her consent.
The antagonist stalks and harasses a family and it is strongly implied he is intending to rape their underage daughter. There is a scene in which said girl is running and hiding from him when he follows her after school, and another scene towards the end of film where he physically assaults her mother.
Capernaum (Movie)
An 11 year old girl is married off to a man who appears to an adult. More generally, adults are shown to behave inappropriately towards children.
A male soldier sexually harasses a female protagonist, who responds with a knee to the groin. A female character backs the male protagonist into a corner and kisses him. He appears uncomfortable and nervous throughout the encounter. The female character does not appear in the film outside of this scene.
Worthy of note: a character is brainwashed and left unable to viably consent to anything which happens to them. This character is shown tortured and midway through the brainwashing procedure. In order to evade detection by the antagonists, the female protagonist tells the male protagonist that they have to kiss. The male protagonist expresses his discomfort with the plan but the woman kisses him anyway. Later, the same woman jokes about his lack of skill/enthusiasm during the kiss.
Captain Conan (Movie)
Worthy of note: nearly all the female characters in the film are prostituted.
Discussions regarding child grooming online and abusive relationships between adults and minors, as well as mentions of child sex trafficking and pedophile rings.
The above mentioned material appears in chapters 2-3, 6, and 11. It is never presented in a glorifying or romanticized way and the author is clearly condemning it.
Captive State (Movie)
Caramel (Movie)
A man tries to rub his hand up a woman's skirt, however she berates him. A child witnesses the incident and innocently plays with the woman's skirt.
Carancho (Movie)
Caravaggio (Movie)
S1E1: the sister of the male protagonist dresses him up like a girl (against his will). He runs away after and a man tries to hit on him, thinking he is a woman. He grabs him when the male protagonist tries to escape the situation.
Cargo (Movie)
A woman is kidnapped and held captive by a man.
Carmilla (TV) (TV Show)
Carnival Row (TV Show)
S1E2: attempted rape (26:30-27:13).
A man pressues a woman into drinking and then makes repeated advances on her despite her clearly being uncomfortable.
Carnivale (2003) (TV Show)
S1E1: attempted rape of a woman by two men. S1E9: graphic rape scene in a flashback. This season also includes an incestuous relationship between a brother and sister, and the off-screen rape and murder of a stripper (her mutilated corpse is shown on-screen).
Carol (Movie)
Mention of an adult woman's relationship with a 17 year old boy.
Carrie (1976) (Movie)
A girl is laughed at by bullies while she is in the gym shower and experiences her first period. A woman mentions that a man “took her” and is emotional at first, but then says that she liked it.
Carrie Pilby (Movie)
The main character (a student) has a relationship with her teacher. There are several scenes where he uses predatory manipulation techniques and the relationship is quite clearly abusive.
Cars (2006) (Movie)
Cars 3 (Movie)
The book contains graphic and long descriptions of young slave being raped by her boss.
It is heavily implied that a police chief coerces women into sleeping with him in order to get exit visas. There is a threat of this to a woman who has stated to be under legal drinking age, even if it never happens because she obtains it another way.
Casino (1995) (Movie)
Casino Royale (Movie)
A scene features James Bond being tortured, and it is heavily implied (although not shown on screen) that his genitals are being whipped with a knotted rope. Shouts of pain can be heard, and the main antagonist threatens to cut off his genitals but is interrupted by another assassin.
Casque D'Or (Movie)
The main protagonist is a prostitute, considered as mere merchandise by men. One of them forces her to have sex with him in exchange of a favour.
The movie contains stated offscreen sex between a teenage girl and a man in his thirties. There are also scenes of strong transphobia played as jokes.
As this is a documentary on an unsolved murder of a 6-year-old girl, there is a lot of speculation. Yet, the topics of child sexual abuse, incest and rape are discussed.
Castle Freak (Movie)
The attempted rape concerns a child: the mother 'offers' herself to the rapist so the child is not abused.
Castle Rock (TV Show)
Castlevania (TV Show)
In the pilot (S1E1), a farmer in a tavern graphically complains to his cousin that he walked in on a strange man sexually abusing one of his goats. S1E3: a woman makes a brief comment about it being safer for her to wear masculine clothing when she travels. S3E9: a character emotionally manipulates and sexually coerces an enslaved character (kept locked in a cage, naked, beaten and walked around on a leash) into becoming her magically bound slave, unable to refuse her will without causing himself great pain. S3E10: the 'master' character jokes with her comrades about the assault and says that she intends to keep him as a sex slave. She refers to him as a child during this scene. She is a hundred year old vampire and he is a human man, so there is some clear age discrepancy as well. Season 4: the antagonist makes several jokes and references to the aforementioned assault throughout the season. In the end, the victim manages to escape and capture his assailant in return. The writing attempts to redeem her and he asks to keep her with him instead of punishing her. She kills herself rather than be captured and this is framed as a tragic scene. S4E4: a drunk man reaches out to grab at a woman walking past him. The woman beats him until he releases her.
The book contains a vivid description of a teenage girl being raped by an older man.
A woman is kinapped and brutally gang raped before being murdered.
Casualty (TV Show)
Worthy of note : there are several points where jokes about sex are made in front of children.
Cat People (Movie)
A man kisses a woman who previously warned him that she would not like that. She turns into a panther and kills him.
Worthy of note: the plot of the movie is about a girl who tries to get out of an arranged marriage with a cat.
In the opening scene, a character asks two people for directions and he is found to be masturbating. In the closing scene, one of the characters is grabbed while walking down the street.
Catch 22 (Movie)
A character proudly admits committing sexual assault.
Catch-22 (2019) (TV Show)
S1E5: a soldier rapes (on-screen) and kills (off-screen) a woman. Military police arrives at the scene (for another reason) but the rapist is not arrested. A witness accepts to cover up the crime, which is referred to throughout the episode. The rapist briefly appears again in S1E6. In parallel of the rape scene, another man (an American soldier) tries to talk with an Italian young girl, who wrongly thinks that he is asking her for sexual favours.
Worthy of note: the main character hires a prostitute and pays her with counterfeit cash.
Cats (Movie)
Cats (1998) (Movie)
The Cave (Movie)
Cells At Work! (TV Show)
Censor (Movie)
Center Stage (Movie)
In the opening scene, a group of boys grab a boy who is showering and throw him infront of the school while he is naked. Students and teachers laugh at him. As an adult later in the film he gets flashbacks. In another scene, a man assumes a CIA officer is a 'strippergram' and shouts at her 'show us your tits' (but she gets revenge by tasering him).
Centurion (Movie)
S1E2: a female character buys drugs with the purpose of using them to take advantage of her roommate. Throughout the series, one female character repeatedly plays sexual jokes on other girls.
Cesar (Movie)
Worthy of note: throughout the movie, the protagonist (an elderly married man) lustfully watches the family's handmaid (a young woman). In the final scene of the movie, it is implied that they eventually engaged in a relationship.
Chained (Movie)
A man driving a taxi brings woman riding alone back to this home to rape and kill them (off-screen). There are brief and violent flashbacks of the attacker’s childhood that shows that his father was sexually abusing him.
Worthy of note: there is a scene where the protagonist, a young enslaved girl, feels an adult man trying to take her blankets of her body while she is sleeping. It turns out that he just wanted the blankets.
Chapters 21-22: an adult woman offers to kiss a minor while he is drunk, but instead throws up in his mouth. Later, while still drunk, she offers to have sex with him and begins to undress him before the scene cuts away. When the reader later returns to the scene, she appears to be asleep.
The Chair (TV Show)
A child character demonstrates a lot of curiosity about penises and vaginas, but in a purely medical sense. She walks into the bathroom while her babysitter is on the toilet, and asks her questions about the babysitter's vagina. The babysitter then leaves because she is uncomfortable, saying that the child triggered her.
The Chalet (TV Show)
Chambers (TV Show)
It is falsely thought that a character has been raped, but she has not been sexually violated in any way. Worth mentioning; while the main character is having consensual sex, she hallucinates another person instead of her partner and is mildly upset.
Champion (TV Show)
Changeling (Movie)
A woman is being hosed down in the mental hospital and a female doctor tells her to spread her legs so she can check her for venereal diseases. Nothing is shown, but the scene is intended to convey the distress this puts the woman in.
Chaos (Movie)
The film contains a long on-screen rape scene, which is very violent.
Chaos Walking (Movie)
Worthy of note: a man has all of his thoughts broadcast out loud and he has some romantic thoughts about a female character, which make her uncomfortable.
Charade (Movie)
There is a significant age gap between the two leads and many jokes are made about this (e.g. the man compares the woman to 15 year old Juliet from Romeo and Juliet, and says that she is far too old for him).
Charite At War (TV Show)
There is a scene where the villain slaps a woman (who does not seem distressed) and closes the door of her room, presumably forcing her to have sex with him.
Charlie Says (Movie)
A woman is told to take off her clothes and looks visibly uncomfortable in doing so. A woman flashes a man. A man stands up in a bath and display his naked body to a woman who looks shoked at it. A man attacks a woman and wrestles her to the floor, which eventually turns into kissing.
A man touches a woman on her buttocks twice. The second time he does this, she throws him into a jukebox.
Charmed (1998) (TV Show)
S2E13: three animals are turned into men, the former rabbit corners a woman and attempts to rape her. S2E14: one of the main character travels back in time in her dreams - she is in the body of a different person whose lover attempts to seduce her. S2E22: during a time travel episode, one of the main characters is 17 when she makes out with a demon in her car. He wants to go further than her and does not listen to her objections. Her sisters can save her.
Charmed (2018) (TV Show)
A possessed ex-boyfriend attempts to force a kiss on the youngest sister (30:00).
Charulata (Movie)
The Chase (Movie)
Cheer (TV Show)
S1E5: one cheerleader was molested as a child and talks about his experience.
Cheers (TV Show)
Chef (Movie)
Chernobyl (Movie)
Cherry (Movie)
In a brief scene, a rape taking place can be heard. While not shown graphically it is very clear what is happening. A soldier makes a pointed comment about an Iraqi girl being “cute”. This is the same character that is heard raping a girl in a previous scene.
Cherry 2000 (Movie)
Cherry Falls (Movie)
Worthy of note: sexual attraction is implied between a high school girl and her teacher.
The documentary discusses the rape of a mother and her 11 year old daughter, with the rape of the daughter discussed in detail.
The Chestnut Man (TV Show)
S1E2: a voice over directs a child to undress and there are evidence of long term sexual abuse by a parent. Sexual abuse and child neglect is an over arching theme in the show.
The Chi (TV Show)
Chi-Raq (Movie)
The premise of this movie is that the women in a particular community in the South Side of Chicago decide to stop having sex with all men in the community to protest gang violence. This sex strike ends up spreading to the rest of the city, nation, and world. When the protagonist first enlists other women to join this strike, part of the oath that she tells them to repeat has the line, "If he should force me to lay on that conjugal couch, I will refuse his stroke and not give up that nappy pouch," implying that saying no is sufficient to stop rape. There is also a point where the protagonist's boyfriend cheats on her with someone else. The sounds of her moaning during sex are heard before the scene switches over, and, in context, it sounds like she might be being raped, even though the encounter is later revealed to be consensual.
Worthy of note: a sexual scene is later revealed to be coercive.
Chicago Med (TV Show)
The male romantic lead follows, touches, and flirts with the female romantic lead in spite of her protestations: it is framed as romantic. There are several instances where the female romatic lead is catcalled. Worthy of note: it is implied that the main female protagonist is forced to prostitute herself in the first part of the movie to survive financially. Throughout the movie, she engages in relationships with sugar daddies to pursue her career.
Chicuarotes (Movie)
Chien (Movie)
Worthy of note: this film is about a man being treated like a dog. His "owner" gets increasingly violent with him, and at some point, he forces him to come to his bed to pet him.
In the beginning of the movie, a maid is sexually assaulted by a man trying to convine her to have sex with him despite her protests. He grabs her but is eventually interrupted when another person walks into the room.
The Children (Movie)
Worthy of note: an uncle behaves predatorily towards and flirts with his teenage niece.
Made-for-TV documentary about the cult 'The Children of God,' who participated in leadership-sanctioned child sexual abuse. Non-explicit clips are shown from 'strip tease' videos which young children were coerced to act in. Segments of documents sanctioning/encouraging child sexual abuse are shown. Ex-members discuss the abuse that they suffered.
Child's Cry (Movie)
The female protagonist finds the peddler who sold her a possessed doll, who then attempts to rape her as a form of currency (50:00-50:32).
A man is seen spying on a woman with hidden cameras in a bathroom (it is implied that he is going to masturbate while watching her taking a shower).
S3E6: it is strongly implied that a woman (turned spider monster) assaults her male partner in an attempt to 'fertilize her eggs'.
Chinatown (Movie)
Worthy of note: it is implied that a woman is being physically abused by her husband.
Although not out right stated, it is implied that the main character was being abused by his school master. It becomes a prevelant theme throughout the rest of the film. Further in the movie that same character assaults a woman by making her undress for him in exchange for money.
Chronos (Movie)
Chucky (TV) (TV Show)
Worthy of note: a woman develops an interest in a man and unknowingly uses his keys to repeatedly enter his apartment to clean and redecorate it. He finally invites her to a date.
The Church (Movie)
A man attempts to rape a woman and a demon is shown raping a woman toward the end of the movie.
Cicada (Movie)
The main character was sexually abused as a child. A piece of news about a priest accused abusing kids is heard and commented on.
Worthy of note: the villain tries to trick a protagonist into marrying someone he doesn't know.
The relevant scenes occur in the chapter where the sailors first begin to visit Circe's island.
Circle (2015) (Movie)
Circus Kane (Movie)
Citizen Kane (Movie)
Citrus (TV Show)
The relation between the two main protagonists (step siblings) contains several occurrences of sexual harassement.
Relatively non-graphic scene in which a woman is raped by a man. In another scene, a man is forced to strip at gunpoint and is insulted with homophobic slurs.
City Hunter (TV Show)
Some white supremacist artists attempt to get a woman of color-owned art gallery to host their art. The art in question depicts Black women being gang raped by white men. A man gets one of the protagonists alone. He belittles her for being obedient and for being a virgin. Then he grabs her arm and flashes his genitals at her, telling her that he would be willing to take her virginity. She gets away before he can do anything.
The son of a wealthy family rapes his house servant while he is drunk. The servant becomes pregnant. She goes on a radio show to discuss what happened to her, and although the host is mostly supportive, she does ask questions that might seem like rape apologism, specifically, asking why she did not go to the police. The father of the man who raped her rationalizes to himself that such the rape of house staff is a "rite of passage" for men of his class. There is mention of a classmate of the main character, who was raped by a grown man and subsequently removed from school.
Claire's Knee (Movie)
The film is about the brief romantic interest of a man for a young girl (a teenager) and his obsession for her older sister (also a teenager). He ends up kissing the first one but she rebuffes him. Finally, he achieves his goal by touching the knee of the second girl (through deception). He later brags about it like a sexual predator.
ClaireVoyant (TV Show)
There is a scene where one of the protagonists is sexually touched by a stranger on a subway. Also about 90% through the book, a man attempts to rape one of the protagonists before she gets away.
Clash (Movie)
It is revelead that a character has been raped in her past.
Class of 1984 (Movie)
A woman is pinned down by a group of juveniles: they take turns raping her on screen. A girl is forced to strip fully naked as part of an initiation.
Claws (2017) (TV Show)
Clay Pigeons (Movie)
Claymore (TV Show)
S1E5: a woman is surrounded by a group of bandits that imply they will assault her. They are put off doing so after she reveals her body, which is not shown but implied to be disfigured in some way. S1E6: a man attempts to rape a woman as revenge for an injury. Her short is torn, but her body is not shown. The woman in question is a powerful fighter, and it is implied the man is far weaker than her. She does not resist, due to mention of a code that she cannot kill humans, this presents a potentially unique and uncomfortable power dynamic. The attempt is prevented by someone stepping in, after tearing the shirt.
In the movie, the past of the vilain is shown. As a child, her mother sold her for grown man to rape. The movie does not show the men actually raping her. In one scene, one man starts to take his shirt off before the scene cuts. At another time, there are screams and a fight heard from outside of the bedroom.
Clerks (Movie)
A woman accidentally has sex with a dead body in a bathroom with no lightbulb (nothing is shown, it is all in dialogue). The scene is played for laughs, as well as other rape jokes.
Clerks II (Movie)
Worthy of note: a man has sex with a donkey off-screen (played for laughs). There are also some pome passing jokes made about rape.
Clickbait (TV Show)
S1E3: a couple has sex after a fight. It is not clear either it is with consent or not. The sex itself is not shown but it is implied. A male character has had a sexual relationship with a underaged girl: he spreads nude pictures of her without her consent.
Climax (2018) (Movie)