Some of these certainly go over the line, but I think you’re reading way too much into a few of them, especially #4 and #22. On #4, since when has a man’s shadow implied rape, domination, or whatnot? Oftentimes in art, a shadow is just used for dramatic or mysterious effect. That said, I’ll make sure to not go out on sunny days, lest my shadow cause people alarm… /s As for 22, I don’t think the message is rape-related at all. It’s just using the product to obscure a body part that’s not “fit for print” for the sake of teasing sensuality (although I’d say this one goes beyond teasing, into the realm of “OMG look at this crotch!”) This kind of product posing is done all the time with other body parts and other products. I guess as a man, perhaps my opinion on this sort of thing isn’t welcome or trusted, but this article sort of made my skin crawl. Both for the intended reason (some of these photos are truly rape-tastic and icky), and for other reasons. Sometimes a dominance / submission sexual power dynamic can be portrayed without it automatically being “rape”.