If the Bible treated men the way its hypocritical readers treat women, it'd look a little like this.
Recently, a Christian website that gives relationship advice said that there is no such thing as marital rape. On the one hand, they're right, because rape is rape, regardless of circumstance.
Of course, though, they meant it in the super messed up way that only old school religious people ever think is OK — that even when a woman is taken against her will, if her husband wants to bone, they're boning. Which means he's raping her.
According to the website, it's the wife's job to please her husband. So, if he wants to do the deed and she doesn't, she can only request that they not do it.
If the man decides he still wants to do it, she just has to deal with it. Of course, they use the Bible as the source for this information.
First of all, it doesn't matter what the Bible says, because the law (and common sense) says that it's rape.
Second of all, what's up with the Bible and women? It was written a long time ago by a group of people who still considered women to be second-class citizens. Women can be sold to slavery, they can be stoned for not being pure or lying to men, and sons are more important than daughters.
Granted, the Bible is messed up all around, but women get it pretty bad throughout the Bible. Here's what it would sound like if the Bible treated men the way that it treated women: