Telling young boys to take what they want?
Last time I checked, most fathers weren't having pep talks with their sons about how to muffle a girls screams and take what they want and the curriculums in schools don't cover "how to cover a girls mouth with chloroform"
it's pretty clear that rape is illegal, a crime, traumatizing to girls. we don't need a parade of half naked women all reliving their stories on posters to make us more aware of that.
How many times do you hear boys being told "keep going after her, she'll come around." or "if you want something in life, you have to take it." My dad told me that shit constantly when I was younger. That isn't saying "hey, rape this girl" but to a young boy as he grows up it can be construed that way.
Boys get away with shit even as kids. Bullying in school towards girls is justified as "awwww! he likes her!". Social conditioning is a viable theory in life if you were unaware.
The problem is, schools also don't cover "anything but a yes is a no".