Here’s what you’re missing; sexual violence against men is particularly pushed under the rug for an entirely different set of reasons, and referring to it under the assumption that the victims are women, by default, is part of the cause. So, when us male victims of sexual assault (ie, rape, not just “groping” as you so casually belittled it) see it portrayed as such, we’re once again forgotten, alone, and silent. It’s an opportunity to bring it up, there’s nothing wrong with it. The men who abuse other men count on the silence caused by everyone’s discomfort around the subject. It’s just a different manifestation of the hetero patriarchy.