8. What was the original name for HIV, and did it lead to any negative consequences? 9. How are outcomes for women who have HIV different than outcomes for men, and why mightthat be? 10. From your reading on rape myth acceptance in college, describe their main findings/research The author of the reading on rape myth states that her findings say individuals who engage in sexually aggressive behaviors often have different beliefs that are different from individuals who to not partake in sexually aggressive behaviors. Their research also states that gender attendance at rape prevention workshops may impact the acceptance of rape myth. Individuals who have not been exposed to rape awareness information do not agree as strongly with rape myth statements as individuals who have been exposed to rape awareness information.
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