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James Soyemi Human Sexuality Prof. Sullivan Sexual Victimization An experience early in early in life can scar a person for life. Many men and women have a hard time coping in society due to sexual abuse they endure as a child. There are three types of sexual coercion focused on in this chapter, which are rape, the sexual abuse of children, and sexual harassment. Rape is generally known as sexual intercourse without consent, but there are many forms of rape. Stranger, acquaintance, date, and statutory rape are included in the subcategory. Only 11.9 % to 28 % of women raped report the crime to police or public agencies. Many women and young females don’t report being raped. Factors such as embarrassment, not being believed, and fear are why many rapes are not reported. Throughout their time spent in college, 20-25 % of college women experience a completed or attempted rape. This statistic proves that 1 in 4 women that attend Temple University have experienced rape or attempted rate. If this statistic is accurate, it shows that
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