Rape is an act of violence, not feelings of remorse after a night of drinking. Rape laws should be reclassified as violent crime act of penetration (as in UK law) is not a violence in itself. These laws are poorly written and create way too much gray area for judges and prosecutors to play with.
Both Swedish and Norwegian laws cited in the video state that sex with a person who is unconscious, drugged, injured, asleep or in any other way unable to give consent is considered rape. Which is very reasonable.
I somewhat doubt you watched the entire video, since the laws themselves don't give a vibe of anti-male sentiment. In fact they look on par with rape laws of any other European country.
Violence against women in Scandinavia is very common. It is underreported because it is mostly happens in the families.
I would speculate that there is a huge reporting bias against 3rd world immigrants as opposed to natives. One has to realise that Scandinavia as well as Finland are very small societies and everyone literally knows everyone, so that factor also undoubtedly influences what women report or not report as rape.
Swedish statistics from 1996 show that 77% of rapes then were committed by immigrants, since then they stopped releasing the statistics ( I guess we can guess why is that). And immigrants were not as many as they are today.
In 2009 in Oslo 100% of violent rapes(assault + rape) were done by immigrants - there were 21 cases, none according to police by person of European ancestry while 17 out of 21 victims were native Norwegian women.
It is hardly any bias if in 1996 3/4 of rapes were conducted by immigrants, very likely their share has only risen. Fact that so many rapes in neighboring Norway are done by immigrants coupled with rise of rape numbers corresponding with rise of immigrant population and with the halt of the release of the statistics concerning these criminals leaves little doubt in my mind- it's not Swedish cucks who are behind those violent rapes in Sweden.