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Violence against women can be defined as any act of sexually or nonsexually oriented violence that results or is possible to result in physical sexual and psychological trauma irrespective of the environment it occurs Every act of violence diminishes and destroys womens basic human rights and freedoms Violence against women is closely intertwined with the biological elements of sex and gender Including primarily the hormonal and neuroanatomical dimensions of both men and women and those incidents that have occurred repeatedly throughout history avoiding social condemnation Biologically males and female differ in many complex ways Males are typically taller heavier and stronger According to philosphers during the Enlightenment their nature is typically that of a barbarbarian always in search of power and control A women is often shorter in stature with a lighter frame typically physically weaker than a male Her nature is that of a caring nuteurer These simple factors alone can explain violence against women by referring to the past when women were treated as sexaul objects belonging to her male counterpart Rape for instance is a biological phenomena that has occurred throughout history and was not seen as a violent act but rather an expression of the males power over his wife Women were expected to satisfy their husbands sexually and if they didnt the man would retreat to force A womens body is seen as a sexaul object The mans as a tool for physical labour and protection In todays society a womens body can sell anything from a mircowave to a car This fact continues to explain why violence against women has not diminished Although society tries desperately to educate people on violence against women and how people should be treated equally they are also continuing to portray the women as sexual images When a women chooses to dress sexy revealing cleavage and wearing a short skirt the image screams sex
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