Rape- An Unwanted Sexual Violence

1179 WordsJul 10, 20185 Pages
Rape – An Unwanted Sexual Violence Sexual violence, especially rape, is a major emerging health related issue in the United States of America. According to the NISVS survey conducted by the CDC – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 20 percent of the women and 1.5 percent of the men (in the U.S.) have been involved in rape cases at some times in the past, while about 50 percent of the women and 20 percent of the men have been victims of sexual violence (other than rape) at some point in their lifetime (this may include coercive sexual intercourse, unwanted and un-consented sexual contact as well as experiences). Discussion The Definition Of Rape. Rape basically is unwanted, forced sexual intercourse. It can happen to…show more content…
They don't accept that attackers are 'crazy', yet accept that attackers have issues that disable them seeing someone when under anxiety through sexual roughness. Some different analysts accept that assault is brought about by a sexual habit. The normal analysts will state that an attacker is a man who had youth encounters that were moderately challenging to manage and now they can't identify with ladies in a great way which eventually is a deformity called sexual deficiency. Preventing Date, Acquaintance, And Other Forms Of Rape Rape as well as similar forms of sexual abuse can be stopped before they occur. The Violence against Women Act passed by the Congress in the year 1994 was a step towards preventing rape and sexual abuse; it contributed towards the establishment of the Rape Prevention Education – the RPE program. The program is an effective tool that can (and will) be used against the opportunities of rape and sexual abuse, it will help in preventing sexual abuse and add to the efforts at each level. It is currently operative in all fifty of the states in the US, Six United States Territories, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia. The RPE program in unique in its role of preventing the sexual violence, it does not focus on what to do after rape (or similar abuse) has occurred, rather, it focuses on the prevention
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