Whenever a female is raped people tend to ask questions which imply that she was asking for it.
They would ask what kind of dress she was wearing when she was raped, whether or not she was drinking alcohol and/or dancing erotically at that time, etc.
According to Change, the F.B.I in the United States omits hundreds of thousands of Rape from its Uniform Crime Report (UCR) each year, this is because it has been using an 80 years-old definition of Rape : " the carnal knowledge of a female forcibly and against her will. "
This excludes rapes involving forced anal sex and/or oral sex,
vaginal or anal fisting, rape with an object (even if serious injuries
result), rapes of men and transgender people and other injurious and
degrading sexual assaults.
The emphasis on "forcible" rape also means that the rape or assault of women with physical or mental disabilities and those who were unconscious or under the influence of drugs and alcohol are often excluded.
The FBI's 2007 UCR listed 91,874 "forcibly rapes" but some estimates suggests that the actual number may be 24 times higher.
I hope that the FBI and other law enforcement agencies around the world, including in Indonesia, would use the general definition of Rape.