Furthermore, I seriously question whether you understand what "informed consent" means. By your definition, date rape drugs don't count.
Youyr source is not backed up by empirical evidence or scientific evidence it is merely a university website with no supporting evidence. Some of the rape myths published on your source are quite true but they are well known to be true. In other words what your source claims to be myth has never been myth such as the claim of myth that a man cannot rape his wife. Of course a man can rape his wife and that is nothing new. Rape is rape whether in or out of marriage.
The source shows no evidence whatsoever to supprot the outrageous and easily proven false claim that 2% of reported rape claims are false. It is a typical feminist lie which cannot be supported.
You ignore any reliable source which places the percentage of false rape accusations outside the single digits because they are common and ruin your perception. After all if you faced the fact that false accusations are common it would ruin the myth you believe in which is a patriarchal system.
Now, if she'd gone public about being refused a personal day and then someone demanded to know the details of her rape, that would be inappropriate.