Yes! It's is considered an under reported crime.
In addition to statutory rape there are other instances as well.
Roy J. Levin and Willy Van Berlo wrote in an article in the Journal of Clinical Forensic Medicine that slight genital stimulation or stress can create erections "even though no speciﬁc sexual stimulation is present." An erection does not mean that the men consent to sex.
Tembisa, South Africa 2007: A 30-year-old woman was arrested for allegedly luring young men into a veld and forcing sex.
In Seattle during 2014, 26-year-old Chantae Gilman with second-degree rape after a man reportedly awoke from a deep sleep and found her on top of him in his bed. Police say he told the (240-pound) suspect to get off, but she allegedly refused and told him to be quiet. He was able to break free from underneath her and said he pushed her out of the apartment.
In 2013 Cierra Ross, a 25-year-old was jailed after being accused of picking up a stranger in her car and forcing him to have sex with another woman in the back of the vehicle.
Back in 2012, a Romanian woman named Luminita Perijoc, 31, reportedly pounced on Nicolae Stan, 35, after he delivered wine to her apartment in Tulcea, eastern Romania. At knife point, he had intercourse with her and then performed oral sex. But, when he couldn't perform a third time, she stabbed him six times before he managed to escape, lock himself in a bedroom and call the cops.
In 2015 (Seoul Korea), Woman charged with raping husband after 'holding him prisoner for 29 hours to get favorable divorce evidence. The 40-year-old suspect, identified only by her surname Shim, has been charged with raping her husband. South Korea's Supreme Court recognized spousal rape as a crime in May 2013.
A 2008 study of 98 men interviewed on the National Crime Victimization Survey found that nearly half of the men (46%) who reported some form of sexual victimization were victimized by women.
In other instances there men who were forced to have sex with women not of their choosing. This has been reported in the prison system.
Regarding female-on-male sexual misconduct, the US Dept. of Justice reports in its opening statement: Among the 39,121 male prison inmates who had been victims of staff sexual misconduct, 69% reported sexual activity with female staff; an additional 16% reported sexual activity with both female and male staff. “Nearly two-thirds of the male jail inmates who had been victimized said the staff perpetrator was female (64%).