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When you hear the word rape what do you think of If you imagine a stranger jumping out of the bushes on a dark night and attacking someone you are only partly right because most rapes are not committed by strangers but by men who know their victims who often have gone out with them previously and are supposedly their friends This phenomenon is called acquaintance or date rape However there are five types of rape which I will discuss The over-all definition is Rape unlawful sexual intercourse achieved through force and without consent The second is Forcible Rape unlawful sexual intercourse with a female by force and against her will or without her legal consent Next is Date Rape also known as Acquaintance Rape unlawful sexual intercourse that occurs in the context of the dating relationship or by someone you know The fourth is Marital Rape forcible sex between two people who are legally married The Final is Gang Rape which is when a group of men attack a defenseless or inebriated victim and force sexual intercourse against her will Rape is a social problem which requires subjective concerns- a significant number of people are being upset by these conditions These subjective concerns are now so great that US women age 35 and under fear rape more than any other crime and women of all ages restrict their activities because of the possibility of being rape According to the FBI Uniform Crime Report as you can see in the first chart I handed out in 1998 93103 women were raped in the US out of 270296000 As seen on the 2nd chart I handed out in 1999 North Carolina had 2100 rapes reported but only 1255 of them were actually charged according to the Sate Bureau of Investigation Report 60 of them were between the ages of 1-10 1199 of them were within the ages of 11-24 711 were between the ages
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