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2/18/11 Click to edit Master subtitle style Frotteurism The non-consentual act of rubbing against a person or object for sexual stimulation. Presented by Group 3
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2/18/11 History of Frotteurism Ø Through much of recorded history women have been viewed as inferior to men, and providers of sexual pleasure. Ø Society has changed to view women as equals, but women are subjected daily to humiliating and demeaning acts of frotteurism. Ø Many women view it as something they have to endure or that it is just part of being a woman. Ø Offenders tend to believe that if women didn’t want to be rubbed against or groped that they wouldn’t wear tight fitting clothing.
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2/18/11 Prevalence Ø Few clinical studies have been conducted on Frotteurism, and those that have used unclear recruitment methods for their participants. Ø No studies have been done on the nationwide prevalence. Ø From the known offenders we have learned: Perpetrators are almost exclusively male.
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course CRJU 591 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '11 term at South Carolina.

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