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Sexual abuse plagues people of all shapes sizes ethnicitys and backgrounds It can include anything from making a sexual reference to someone feeling uncomfortable and even rape In this project we will break down the different types of sexual abuse and explain why they occur all over the world every single day First it is best to define the most violent kind of sexual abuse which is rape Rape is the forceful or non-forceful attempt or action of a sexual act done to a person without their consent Rape is a non-consensual penile penetration of the vagina anus or mouth Rape can also be described as sexual intercourse with a person without their permission Rape is accomplished by use of force by the assailant Force can consist of many different things It may refer to the use of verbal coercion in order to coax the victim into sexual acts It could also refer to actual physical restraint in which the victim is restrained and unable to resist Other examples of force are intimidation by verbal and physical threats and in some cases actual physical violence These acts of force make it very difficult to a victim to resist sexual abuse such as rape There are many myths that try to justify rape as a normal sexual act One myth is that rape is actually just sex In fact rape is a life-threatening act of violence The rapist is never expressing a love or sexual desire instead a need to feel powerful and dominating in a sexual context is displayed Another myth or stereotype about rape is that most rapes occur on the street by strangers or by drunken or out of control men The fact is that fifty percent of rapes occur in the home About eighty percent of the adult women that are raped are done so by close family or friends not by strangers Rapists can be anyone from doctors teachers
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