I object to the rape culture label strongly because it is another expression of the 'all men are rapists' viewpoint espoused by some feminists.
I really think that needs comment - and I don't want to argue some holy war on this subject.
The belief that some feminists (IMO very unwisely - if it happens) express that view in isolation, is likely a deliberate negative stereotype created to discredit feminism.
As far as I can tell, the origin of the expression is from a fictional character in Marilyn French's book "The Women's Room". It should be quoted in full:
"all men are rapists, and that's all they are. They rape us with their eyes, their laws, and their codes"
which in context of the experiences of the character in the novel may have been entirely appropriate, and had quite different impact than the abbreviated version in popular circulation amongst anti-feminists these days.
Not belief, fact. It's a verbatim quote from several feminists, a sign that gets used at feminist rallies and a hash tag.
Google and learn ...
You deliberately snipped / deleted context of what I posted. As it's now a new page - I've fixed that for you above.
"Several" feminists do not represent "fact" any more than your and my opinion represent "fact" about what all men think and say.
If I heard a feminist state what you say - I'd challenge her - not feminists.