At a bus stop at the local university
No one should accept rape; everyone should oppose rape.
Unfortunately, "real men" do accept rape.
I think the "real men do not let men rape" message was a way of advocating a different form of masculinity -- in opposition to other forms of masculine aggression (from guys who nevertheless are "real men"), or the the acceptance of that aggression.
In other words, I think the "real men do not let men rape" message was a challenge to certain aspects of mainstream masculinity.
That anti-rape flyer was modified to read "real men do rape" --
words that can be interpreted as either a pro-rape message, or an anti-men message.
Another sheet about respecting women was taped up nearby (in a much more visible location) --
I have posted about that flyer and the Flickr comments posted below here -
In that post I have linked to four other posts (at other blogs)
about this flyer.