(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
[essay] On April 25, we awoke to the news that as many as 48 percent of Norwegian men believe that the woman is fully or partially responsible for a rape if she flirts openly in advance. Grief and Veddegjerde reflect here on how the rule of law can give women better protection against rape.
Worries: First, let's establish some facts, so that we talk about the same thing.
Vedde Fence: OKAY.
Worries: From 2002 to 2005, four major studies on sexual abuse of women were published. Of a total of 10.500 respondents, after very careful interpretation, every tenth person has been the victim of rape or attempted rape. That means at least 200.000 victims and thousands of perpetrators. . .
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