In the first panel, is the tendency for the authorities (and even guardians) to blame the victim for being raped. Victims are discouraged to go to report the sexual abuse in fear of 'shaming the family' and to cover up the rapist bad behaviour. Muslims believe in covering up one's bad behaviour to not spread ill about others, however, this 'belief' tend to get misinterpreted. In Islam, rape is a sin and it's ironic that we don't take it as a serious crime.
In the second panel, if a man gets sexually assaulted by a woman, people say he should feel lucky for getting such 'opportunity'. In addition, if a man gets sexually assaulted by another man, they'd blame him for having a pretty face.
Thirdly, if a child gets raped by an older person, usually someone they know, marriage is their only solution. Again, it to 'cover up the shame'. Why do they approve the idea of victims living the rest of her life with the person who hurt her?
Fourth, our people like to wish death threats as punishment towards outspoken women. It doesn't matter if she's a famous figure or an activist, it doesn't matter if her statement is dumb or not. Rape threats shouldn't be used as a form of disagreement. It's worse when a woman is wants it to happen to another woman.
All of these needs to stop.