This then leaves the women with choice of devoting her life to bringing up her rapists baby or going through the trauma of having an abortion. Yes having sex with contraception with contraception will always carry some risk of pregnancy, and by consenting to have sex with condoms, she consents to that small risk. But many activities have small risks of severe consequences. If someone goes climbing there is always a small risk of death, but just because you agreed to go climbing doesn't give someone the right to part saw through your climbing rope. Deliberately, massively increasing the chances of pregnancy against the clearly and unambiguously expressed consent of the women is not just rape, it is the most severe form of rape.
Now I understand that many conservative men have high levels of entitlement in this regard. If a women agrees to have sex with them they feel they are entitled to get her pregnant. They may feel entitled to a life long commitment from her. They may feel entitled to have her as their exclusive sexual possession. If she has sex with someone else they may feel entitled to use violence against her or the person that she has had sex with. If they merely suspect she has had sex with someone else they may feel entitled to use violence against her or the person that she has had sex with. If she flirts with someone else or at the very least they see her as flirting someone else they may feel entitled to use violence against her or the person that they believe she flirted with. There was a guy in Saudi Arabia who killed a doctor not so long back because, his wife had partially undressed during the medical treatment.
Now I'm also quite aware that many conservative societies and conservative sub cultures will often support men in some or all of these entitlements. I'm quite aware that many women within these societies will support men in their sense of entitlement. Oh yes I'm quite aware of the sensibilities of conservative societies. You only have to look back in Britain to the Yorkshire ripper. When he first emerged as a major news story, as a man who was killing prostitutes, many men and women both within the police force and within the wider society felt a deep sympathy for him and his imagined mission. That deep sympathy for the Yorkshire Ripper continued even when he tragically and it was believed mistakenly killed a "nice" girl.
Of course this all turned out to be complete conservative fantasy. There was no mission. His first attack against a woman almost certainly wasn't even against a prostitute. It was in daylight so she hadn't even committed the crime of a women going out after a dark alone. The Yorkshire Ripper just enjoyed killing women and then masturbating over their dead or dying bodies. He tended to go for women who were engaged in the act of prostitution, because they made safer targets exposing himself to less risk of capture.
Oh yes I know all about conservative attitudes.