Sex Crimes

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Sex Crimes

Sex crimes have been existence for many years all over the world. When we look at sex crimes there are different categories in which they can be categorized. Sexual assault is one of the most growing violent crimes in America.

What is a Sex Crime? A sex crime is a broad term with actions that rang the viewing of child pornography, images unwittingly leads to violent sexual assault which all are called sex crimes. Some common sex crimes are salutation of a minor, internet child pornography, exposure, Lewd behavior, sexual assault, rape, date rape which is facilitated by a drug, solicitation of prostitution, and prostitution.

There can be many side effects of a rape victim are:


Post-Traumatic Stress
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One of the most common types of DFSA are the ones in which the victim ingested drugs willingly for the recreational purposes or would have them administered surreptitiously. The date rape drug often has sedative, hypnotic, dissociative, or amnesiac effects, which can be added to any food or drink without the victim’s knowledge. The most three common drug which are used for DFSA are alcohol and two prescription-strength sleep aids. The other two prescription drugs are GHB, which is known as gamma-hydroxybutyric acid, and benzodiazepines which is also known as Rhypnol or “roofies”.

Rohyphol is a one of the most common and it comes in a pill form which dissolves in liquid. Its takes effects within the body 30 minutes of ingestion. Roofies are sold on the black market through transporters who smuggle drugs n and out of the country. The side effects are loss of muscle control, slowed hand-eye coordination, slurred speech, confusion, dizziness, vomiting, sleepiness, decreased heart rate, lost of consciousness and/or death.

GHB is another common used date-rape drug. This is a controlled substance which can be distributed under the authorized medical conditions. This drug finds its way into the hands of rapists and perpetrator through the black market. The side effects are: blurred vision, drowsiness, seizures, lower blood pressure, dream-like feelings, tremors, sweating, problems breathing, and coma or death.

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