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Date Rape - College Sexual Assault

Teens 16 – 19 were 3 ½ times more likely than the general population to be victims of rape, attempted rape and sexual assault. 25% of college women in one survey experienced rape or attempted rape. 15% of the college men is a study admitted they had forced a woman to have sex: 51% of college men in another survey said they would rape if they were certain they would get away with it. 75% of men and 55% of women had been drinking alcohol or taking drugs prior to an acquaintance rape. GBH (Gamma-Hydroxybutyerate) and Rohypnol are the most common date rape Drugs. GBH & Rohypnol - Abuse Patterns, The most common are rapist who slip the drug into a victim’s drink before the rape or sexual assault. Within a few moments the victim appears drunk and helpless. Perpetrator acts as a “Good Samaritan” and offers to escort the victim home. When victim regains consciousness, she has not memory of the rape or the sexual assault. According to the Justice Department, 1 in 2 rape victims are under the age of 18.
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