AJA307:A man cannot be raped of sexually harrassed as the law says in India
But India is not the United States. It had once been the case in the U.S. that the law defined rape only in terms of a man raping a woman. No longer the case in at least most, if not all, states today.
AJA307:No, I'm referring to Obama's new definition of rape as the FBI defines it.
Your links didn't work because the links were long and got shortened by the message board. The way to get links to work is to select the text in your message that you want to have as the link and then click the button that looks like a chain link in the formatting tool bar just above the box where you compose your text. In the box that then appears, copy the link for page into the space labeled "Link URL" and then hit the "Insert" button.
The Huffington Post article you tried to link is here:
Note two things. First, this is an update to the FBI definition, not to the law. This definition is used for the purpose of what gets reported in FBI rape statistics that the Bureau gathers from law enforcement agencies around the country. Second, the definition sadly is still antiquated because it still would not account for forcible rape by a woman of man (which I suspect is a very rare event, but likely does occur), contrary to your assertion.