In 2006, the incidence of rapes recorded by the police was per 100,000 people, according to data by UNODC . 
Although much has been learned about how social forces such as pornography can shape or direct men's sexual violence against women, few empirical data exist on how these forces impinge on women's attitudes and behavior. In the present study, 187 female university students responded to a questionnaire regarding childhood exposure to pornography, current sexual fantasies, and endorsement of rape-supportive attitudes. Early exposure to pornography was related to subsequent "rape fantasies" and attitudes supportive of sexual violence against women. Findings were interpreted in the context of women's socialization to accept sexual aggression as a sexual/romantic event.
Sex isn’t supposed to be fun. If it is, you’re a freak.
Or did we? Looking back I wonder: was that sex, or was that rape ? Let me backtrack to this concept of consent for a moment. In my world, there was no such ...
Incest is a highly stigmatized type of assault, and as a result, many survivors of incest feel ashamed, embarrassed, or guilty and never report the abuse. Others may not even know incest is a form of abuse. Many people believe incest is rare because it is not often reported or discussed. Increasing awareness about incest and its prevalence as a form of sexual assault may help reduce both stigmatization of survivors and its rate of occurrence.