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    Date rape happens a lot when people are in college, more women than men but it’s still something that happens more than it should and I ask what are the colleges doing on campus to prevent this from happening to more college students. I think that colleges are trying to stop date rape from happening as best as they can but I also believe there is a lot more they could be doing to try and stop date rape. College students shouldn’t have to worry about going out on a date, party, or just

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    Date Rape

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    One study described by academic professor Antonia Abby, she explains that a group of 160 male students listened to an audiotape recording of a date rape. In the beginning of the recording, the female agrees to engage in touching and kissing; However, once the male tries to take off her clothes, the female immediately refuses to participate and the male becomes verbally and physically aggressive. During the study, the participants were asked to stop the tape where they think the man’s behaviour in

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    Rape defined is forcing sexual intercourse upon someone without his or her consent. This isn’t just a girls’ problem, boys have to deal with this too. According to the American Psychological Association, nearly one in ten girls and one in twenty boys say they have been raped or experienced some form of sexual assault (Atlanta Journal, 1). Almost more than half of rape victims know their attacker; they don’t report it or tell anybody. In most date rape cases, the attacker and victim have known each

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    Date Rape in the Philippines

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    Chapter I Introduction “He said he loved me”, “I woke up without any clothes on, I couldn’t remember”, “I thought we were friends”. These are just some of the phrases that a lot of rape victims have reiterated. Women that have long been taken advantage of for men’s sexual pleasure, it is the same in every country, not just in the Philippines. Women have been fighting all throughout their history to gain equality, to rise from oppression, to release themselves from male domination, that fight is

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    Stereotypes Of Date Rape

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    Date Rape In the twenty-first century, rape culture is gaining more and more recognition. The public is finally educating themselves on rape, what it is, and what qualifies as rape. One subtype of rape in particular is date rape. What exactly is date rape? According to an article called Date Rape, it is “the act of forcing sex on a date,” they continue to state “the key word in the definition is force, since it is the legal line that separates rape from romance” (Date Rape 1). Although the definition

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    Date Rape Every two minutes, somewhere in the world, someone is sexually assaulted. Of these 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

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    Date Rape When people hear the word "rape" they might imagine a stranger leaping out from the shadows of a dark alley and attacking someone. Although this is partly true, most rapes are committed by people who know their victims. When intercourse is unwanted and forced upon by someone you know, it is known as “ date rape.” It occurs daily and is prevalent on virtually all college campuses across the nation and in cities all over the world.      Date rape generally occurs when a man is

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    On Date Rape Summary

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    The Fallacies Within “On Date Rape” Paglia’s editorial discusses an extremely controversial topic in current society and will undoubtedly will have readers who disagree, because there are opinionated points. Rape is also a very touchy subject, especially if the opinion on the issue is unwarranted. The editorial itself is not a lengthy read, and does not provide much support for various claims. As a result, many of the points can be argued against and are sure to infuriate a handful of readers who

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    Date Rape Viewpoints

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    Changing views on Date Rape Everybody at some point in their lives partied a little to hard, whether it was one night or multiple nights. Sometimes partying too hard has a consequence to it. One main occurring problem has been Date Rape. The biggest problem with date rape is the mental aspect of it. This is a huge problem because this causes the victims to have a long term effect. Many victims are told it was their fault, and eventually they start to believe it. This causes the victims to shut

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    Exemplary Essay - The Tragedy of Date Rape In the fall of 1995, Kristin Cooper was a sophomore at Baker University in Kansas. She was a member of Alpha Chi Omega, an expert skier from the mountains of Colorado, a swimmer, and was active in band, choir and drama. On the night of New Year's Eve of that same year, her mother Andrea Cooper came home to find Kristina dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head on the family room floor. Cooper shared the story of her daughter's last months

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