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In some ways, this denial of rape has continued within our society. Denial about victimization has only added to the negative feelings rape victims have and why they choose to let their victimization go unreported. Not only do rape victims suffer due to their victimization but they also face the possibility of being scrutinized for “lying,” even when the victim is telling the truth. The fact that individuals have lied about being raped and the fact that such claims gain the attention of the media has stigmatized that way of thinking. To put it bluntly, all individuals who claim rape are viewed as liars, which is obviously not true.
Veronica Magar’s journal article “Rescue and Rehabilitation: A Critical Analysis of Sex Workers’ Antitrafficking Response in India” write that the price of a young girl is “2,000 rupees ($40)” and the highly coveted virgins are generally “sold to a brothel for 20,000-50,000 rupees ($400-1,000).” (2012, 642). This shows the value of human life an... ... middle of paper ... ...aufman, M. R., & Crawford, M. (2011). Research and Activism: Sex trafficking in Nepal: A review of intervention and prevention programs. Violence Against Women, 17(5), 651-665. Lux, K. & Mosley, J. E. (2014).
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