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For victims of marital rape the assaults can be violent including verbal and physical abuse. In marital rape do to the fact the victim is married to their attacker it can lead to displacement, divorce, and codependency. Acquaintance rape is sometimes referred to as date rape. Acquaintance rape is unwanted sexual intercourse done to the victim by a known person of the victim. This form of rape is most common among teenagers and young adults.
Teen dating violence is defined as the physical, sexual, or psychological/emotional violence within a dating relationship (Herman, 2009). One partner in the relationship wants to be in control of the other person; they gain and maintain the power of control through abuse and violence. Teen dating exists is all demographics of race, age and social strata. Teen violence is a silent epidemic with staggering statistics. Incidents of teen dating violence continue to increase at alarming speeds.
Voyeurism means when a person has sexual interest in people that are engaged in private intimate behaviors. Exhibitionism refers to one’s desire of exposing his/her parts of their body in public. Incest is sexual intercourse between family members. Sexual abuse can happen anywhere by anyone whether it’s a stranger or someone a person knows. Most sexually abused women suffer serious health problems as well as emotional problems.
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A substantial proportion of parents of sibling incest offenders had themselves been victims of sexual and/or physical abuse; this could pa... ... middle of paper ... ...tment need. Journal of Child Sexual Abuser, 245-258. Linda Bass, D. H.-M. (2006). Making Sense of Abuse: Case studies in sibling incest. Contemporary Family Therapy, 87-108.
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