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Rape

RAPE AND LAW Under ancient Hebrew law, if a man raped a virgin within the walls of a city, and she was betrothed to another man, both she and the rapist shared the same fate of death by stoning[1]. There written or proper cofied laws at that time, laws were made by Gradually law was developed by English courts, Rape was defined under English law where more particularly all the aspect of rape were covered. Later rape wasUnder the Sexual Offences Act 2003, which came into force in April 2004, rape...

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with the number 4, stand up. Each of you standing will be raped; statistics show that one in six will be sexually assaulted within their life time. According to the U.S Bureau of Justice Statistics, one of you will be a male (as shown by ___)*: 9% of rape victims are male, while the other 91% remain female. And every two minutes, another person is assaulted; not including the 1.3 million children that are molested each year. Do the math: at least 262,800 people -- the equivalent of the entire population...

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What is RAPE ? Rape is define as the unlawful compelling of a woman through physical force or duress to have sexual intercourse or any act of sexual intercourse that is forced upon a person. How to prevent RAPE? 1. Stay Aware Do not jog or walk with your iPod, mp3 or others, because attackers are looking for someone which is easy to be attack which mean that someone is not paying attention to the environment. When you are listening to the music, you will not aware with the environment...

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Rape Culture

Many of the attitudes, beliefs, and mistaken ideas about rape have been with us for centuries. By looking at myths, such as "women ask for it," and "it would do some women good to get raped," from a historical perspective, lead us for better understanding how they evolved. Women are still seen as the property of men, are protected as such. Men and women are still taught to occupy very different roles in today's world. Men are usually more aggressive, and women are seen as passive. (Vogelman) This...

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approximately 248,000 victims, about 87,000 were victims of completed rape, and 70,000 were victims of sexual assault. Up to 4,315 pregnancies may have resulted from these attacks. Calculations based on the (National Crime Victimization Survey). Rape is often misunderstood. For one reason rapist are usually portrayed as a stranger, his motivation is entirely sexual, and the victim is always a young and sexy female. The truth is not all rapes are the same. The victim doesn't have to be a young beautiful Female...

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to every day desensitize, excuse, and even justify rape and sexual violence. Advertising is one of the biggest promoters of women as objects that we experience on a daily basis. Twenty-first century ads fall mostly into one of two camps: products for “Manly Men” that will help them to sleep with attractive women, or products for women, which will help them to better be decoration and sexual object. Both of these types of ads contribute to rape culture by commodifying sex: men’s advertisements,...

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Rape Culture

assault sometime in their lives, which is an astronomical number of women. Rape culture goes hand in hand with party culture. Colleges are the breeding grounds of party culture, we’ve all heard of the crazy parties that happen at colleges, and as of late the world has seen an influx of rapes on college campuses. What is Rape Culture? Rape Culture is the normalization of sexual assault and the culture surrounding it. We can fix rape culture on college campuses by teaching young teenage boys about the importance...

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Date Rape

Date Rape Thesis: It’s a women’s responsibility to be an aware of the dangers of the world, because women can be overpowered. Reason #1: Throughout history women have been chaperoned. Support for reason #1: Today women want the freedom but don’t want to acknowledge the risk. Reason #2: The sizzle of sex comes from the danger of sex. Support or reason #2: (1) Male sex is hot, there is an attraction between the sexes that we’re not Totally in control of. (2) At college these women suddenly...

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Rape Prevention

RAPE PREVENTION Robert Honeysucker CRJ 305 Instructor Robert Jackson April 28,2013 This paper proposes a crime prevention program to address the issue of violent crime, particularly that of rape. It will touch all facets of the criminal justice system. It will deal with the city of Austin, Texas, comparing it to similar cities like Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Seattle, Washington. Although the cities are doing a good job in this area, things can be improved. This...

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Rape In Prisons

Rape can be an upsetting, complicated and even taboo topic, but it is a heinous crime that should never be ignored. Rape is a hard subject to talk about, and it’s even more difficult when it happens within the prison system. It’s easy to say that prisoners deserve to pay for their crimes, but prison rape goes beyond punishment and forces many people to question what rights human beings deserve. Prison rape perpetuates a detrimental and dangerous cycle that affects both its victims and the...

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