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Rape is a problem in modern society because it remains a commonly practiced crime Despite the severe consequences and the fact that it is morally and ethically wrong the numbers of cases are growing According to Susan Shaw rape is defined as a sex without consent and it is understood as a crime because the purpose is to hurt and dominate the individual whos being raped She explains consent as a freely made choice by individuals Rape can happen to people of any ages women men and children Majority of reported rapes are against women Rape can be considered a force as methods of overpowering Women have always been targeted as rape victims all over the world for varies of reasons Why women are victims of rape is not always mens fault but some times women can be faulty also It is assumed that rape has been around since the beginning of time Theonly thing that has changed is how society views the crime For instance inancient times the laws of society were written and enforced only by men This ledto unfair laws that did little discourage men from raping women Somebody is sexually assaulted once every 2 minutes 54 of sexual assault is never reported 12 of offenders get prosecuted 2 get more than one day of jail time According to the FBI only about 8 of rape accusations are false One in three American Indian women have been raped or have experienced an attempted rape according to the Justice Department One aspect of rape that remains a mystery is why people feel the need rape others Rapists are the scariest of criminals in the sense that they can appear to be normal mentally stable individuals Rapists come from every race social class and level of education Researchers studying rape group rapists in to profiles to try to understand why people rape In an essay by Mackenzie Jackson The Psychology of
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