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How to End Sexual Harassment in the Society and Promote Healthy Relationship Among Youths.

Sexual assault and rape have always been a part of society since the beginning of humankind. It would only make sense for it to be a part of the college campuses, unfortunately. As a typical female college student is between the ages of 18-24, statistics taken from 1995-to 2013 prove that women around these ages have the highest percentage of rape (Sinozich and Langton 2014). From 1995-to 2013, males ages 18-24 reporting sexual assault or rape were far less than the women, although that does not mean.
Another one of the reason that supports the marital rape exemption law is the idea that husbands owned their wives. The relationship between a husband and wife was often compared to the relationship between a master and a servant, or parent and child (Ryan, 943). The point of this comparison was to illustrate the dominance that a husband had over his wife.
STEPS TO AVOID RAPE 1. Safety at Home Keep doors locked at all times and instruct children never to open their doors to anyone. 2. Avoid walking alone. Walk with someone or walk-in areas where other people are near. 3. Stay in well-lighted areas, away from alleys, bushes, and entryways. 4. Avoid shortcuts through parks, vacant lots, and other deserted places. 5. Don't hitchhike or accept rides from strangers. 6. If you are being followed, go to the nearest business or residence for support. 7. If you are harassed by the occupants of a car, simply turn and walk in the other direction.
In Summary Above all, be aware of the people around you. Be aware of your surroundings and the total environment. Every day we have the opportunity to examine our behaviors and beliefs for biases that permit rape culture to continue. From the attitudes we have about gender identities to the policies we support in our communities, we can all take action to stand against rape culture.

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