Hoyt: "I think it's terrible that you think rape is okay, if you're a woman. TV Tropes told me so!"
Jason: "It was a pretty brutal situation. I was wounded, attacked by animals, and then forced to have sex to the point of injury. I wouldn't recommend it."
Hoyt: "Then why are you splitting hairs?"
Jason: "The way I see it, you're the one splitting hairs. This is a fictional situation with no real equivalent in the outside world, and yet because I'm a man, it's interesting and novel to apply the usual rape conversation to the situation."
Hoyt: "Women rape men. All the time!"
Jason: "Less than 1% of all reported rapes are perpetrated by women. I'm sure if you think about it you'll understand why."
Hoyt: "Then why aren't you reacting like TV tells us women always do?"
Jason: "If we were talking about one of the rapes committed by men every two minutes in this country, I probably would. But that's not the story that's happening right now on this show."
Hoyt: "If you reversed the genders, it would be terrible!"
Jason: "Yeah, and if you reversed gravity they'd be fucking me on the ceiling. What does that have to do with anything?"
Hoyt: "Men and women are completely interchangeable! They approach their bodies and the many intimacies and dangers of sex with one another in completely identical and symmetrical ways!"
Jason: "If the power differential between men and women were that balanced, we wouldn't be having this conversation at all, because nobody would be raped. Tell me this: Hypothetically speaking, and God forbid, but would you rather get..."
Hoyt: "-- Neither! Which proves they are exactly the same."
Jason: "That's like saying that murder and manslaughter are the same thing because somebody ends up dead either way. Look, I would hate to accuse you of speaking from the privilege of somebody who's never been raped by a man. That would imply that I'm not overjoyed that you get to retain that ignorance -- that you get to say you can't tell the difference between getting raped by a woman and getting raped by a man -- when in fact I hope you continue to be this sheltered forever. I hope you never learn the difference. But male rape, of both men and women, is a cultural fact. We are raised in a society that both condemns and subtly condones it, and are raised -- boys and girls -- to fear and protect ourselves against the possibility. We have created entire social systems to safeguard against it, in every culture since humanity began; we've created our own systems of support and comfort for those who have lived through this trauma. All of which is trivialized when you try to equate a single imaginary man's fantastical rape by panther women with the actual rape by men -- of both men and women -- that happens every day in this country."