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Myths About Sex Violence
Posted on Friday, November 04 @ 06:59:06 UTC by webmaster


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There are several myths surrounding the topic of sexual violence. More often than not, it's likely to lead people astray to have taken to hasty action when faced with what looks-like a sex act to be characterized as sexual violence.

With such alarming rate on increase around the world, it's important to debunk those myths. In order to make easier to understand when it's a real case of sexual violence and so-meet proper measures to maintain health and punish the aggressors. Let's see some of the most common myths referring to sex crimes:

"It's her fault" - it doesn't matter how attractive a woman should look like, or even if she was willing to have sex that night, but no one has the right to force a woman to have sex. Sexual violence is always unpleasant and undesirable. No one has the right to say that suffering sexual violence would be a woman's fault.

"There's no such thing as marital rape" - sexual violence inside marriage or long term relationship is unfortunately very common as sex crime. Not only when forced to have sex and not in the mood but also when she's coerced to engage in unwanted sexual practices such as anal sex or oral sex.

"Rapists are strangers" - unfortunately, most cases of sexual violence stem from people known by the victims, to some extent. Often, the rapist is some friend of a friend, a classmate, or some other kind of acquaintance. Not rarely, the rapist is even some relative.

"Rapists are always crazy or weird" - most cases of sexual violence are committed by completely ordinary people, who hold down real jobs, family and social life. It's not because someone you know it's weird, crazy or nerdy that he'll be a sex criminal potentially, and vice versa.



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