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Rape-related pregnancy: estimates and descriptive characteristics from a national sample of women for example in the U.S. Rape-related pregnancy occurs with significant frequency. It is a cause of many unwanted pregnancies and is closely linked with family and domestic violence. Rapes can be addressed to the epidemic of unintended pregnancies in the United States,. The national rape-related pregnancy rate is 5.0% per rape among victims of reproductive age (aged 12 to 45); among adult women an estimated 32,101 pregnancies result from rape each year. Among 34 cases of rape-related pregnancy, the majority occurred among adolescents and resulted from assault by a known, often related perpetrator. Only 11.7% of these victims received immediate medical attention after the assault, and 47.1% received no medical attention related to the rape. A total 32.4% of these victims did not discover they were pregnant until they had already entered the second trimester; 32.2% opted to keep the infant whereas 50% underwent abortion and 5.9% placed the infant for adoption; an additional 11.8% had spontaneous abortion. Women and girls can be happy without men.
The male legend of love leads to slavery and violence, that is a worldwide fact. Women needs not be skinny, beautiful and looking young and they need not daily intercourses with men, the only reason to have intercourse, is the fact, getting pregnant. But it cannot be, that women and girls are brainwashed to have since the teenage age until their death unwanted intercourses with men in the name of love. Childbirths and intercourses are glorified, but the reality is many deaths during births and pregnancy, deadly and lifelong infections.
Beyond corrective rape, marital and date rapes:
The Brutality of ‘Corrective Rape’
South Africa has one of the world’s highest rates of sexual assault. According to a 2009 government survey, one in four men admit to having sex with a woman who did not consent to intercourse, and nearly half of these men admitted to raping more than once. An earlier government study found that a majority of rapes were committed by friends and acquaintances of the victim.
Just as disturbing is a practice called “corrective rape” — the rape of gay men and lesbians to “cure” them of their sexual orientation.
In one of the few cases to attract press attention, in 2008, Eudy Simelane, a lesbian, was gang-raped and stabbed to death. Her naked body was dumped in a stream in the Kwa Thema township outside Johannesburg. A soccer player training to be a referee for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, she was targeted because of her sexual orientation.
In 2011, Noxolo Nogwaza, 24, was raped, and stabbed multiple times with glass shards. Her skull was shattered. Her eyes were reportedly gouged from their sockets. Ms. Nogwaza had been seen earlier that evening in a bar with a female friend.
But corrective rape happens in all countries of the world and it is not done only with lesbians or gays. It's done with all women, girls and female childs, which are against the fact to be daily sex dolls and sex objects. The most corrective rape victims had said no to one or some men and then they get gang raped and/murdered. That is a worldwide fact. South Africa is everywhere!!!
The facts about sexual violence in marriage:
For example in the country with the most rapes worldwide, the U.S.:
Did you know that, according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, 22 percent of reported rapes were committed by husbands or boyfriends, 47 percent by acquaintances, and 2 percent by other relatives? (See Criminal Victimization in the United States, US DOJ.)“More than 1 in every 7 women who have ever been married, have been raped in marriage.” —Rape in Marriage by Diana Russell, Indiana University Press, 1990.According to studies compiled by The Advocates for Human Rights’ on Marital and Intimate Partner Sexual Assault, research indicates that men who both batter and rape are more likely to severely injure or kill their wives.“Of 300 community women in Boston surveyed, 3% reported sexual assault by a stranger and 10% who had been married reported sexual assault by a husband or an ex-husband.” —License to Rape: Sexual Abuse of Wives by David Finkelhor & Kersti Yllo (of the Family Research Laboratory in New Hampshire).
According to the Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network (RAINN), spousal rape may cause more damage than stranger rape because victims are pressured to stay with an abusive partner and may have difficulty identifying their partner as a criminal and the act as a crime. This means a higher likelihood of repeat assault and potential negative impacts on children who may be living in the home.
But spousal rape hasn’t always been handled seriously. Despite its clear meaning (Merriam-Webster defines rape as “sexual activity carried out forcibly or under threat of injury against [a person’s] will…”), there have been blurred lines throughout history as to what constitutes rape. The study, Sexual Assault in Marriage: Prevalence, Consequences, and Treatment of Wife Rape, says, “a marital rape exemption legally shielded husbands from being charged with the rape of their wives, and this exemption was not successfully challenged until the late 1970s.” art of the issue has to do with what the study refers to as a “long- standing tradition of failing to recognize wife rape as a problem.” This dilemma “reflects cultural beliefs about men, women, and sexuality that have interfered with the acknowledgment of and societal response to wife rape. Such beliefs are imbedded [sic] in notions such as the idea that a woman’s sexuality is a commodity that can be owned by her father or husband, the belief that what happens between husband and wife in the bedroom is a private matter, that a man is entitled to sexual relations with his wife, and that a wife should consensually engage in sex with her husband, thus making rape ‘unnecessary.’”
Despite who the perpetrator might be, however, rape is rape. Anyone who has been sexually assaulted — whether by an intimate partner or a perfect stranger — knows the resulting humiliation, fear, and trauma can leave permanent scars. Unfortunately, victims may either be ashamed or fearful of the consequences if they were to report such a crime. Being married to your perpetrator, especially if children are involved, only complicates things.
While the United Nations recommended marital rape be defined as sexual assault in its 2010 Handbook for Legislation on Violence Against Women, stereotypes and misunderstandings about spousal rape remain.
Many Deaths are Linked to Sex After Childbirth! DOCTORS routinely advise women to refrain from sexual activity for several weeks after childbirth, and for most women postpartum pain and exhaustion are incentives enough to comply. But for those who do not (because their men want intercourses) follow doctors' orders, the consequences can be serious and, in many cases, even fatal.
In the one issue of The Postgraduate Medical Journal, a publication of the British Medical Association, doctors describe two young women who died while having intercourse within eight days of giving birth. Both had had normal vaginal deliveries and died of air embolisms, air bubbles in the major arteries to the heart and brain. omen were more vulnerable to air embolisms soon after childbirth than at other times, because air forced into the uterus during sex can enter the bloodstream through blood vessels that were torn during delivery. Earlier research found that pregnant women are also at increased risk because air can become trapped between the sac containing the fetus and the uterus wall, then escape through blood vessels on the surface of the uterus.
More than 6 in 10 women have sustained an injury during lovemaking – a finding that certainly justifies our concern about the subject. In fact, experts claim sex-related injuries are on the rise, but many women and girls are too embarrassed to admit the source of their suffering. Perhaps this unfortunate trend would change if more people knew just how often these painful experiences occur. Among women, doggy style tied with “no specific position” for the greatest percentage of ailments – although the tried-and-true missionary position accounted for 16 percent of their injuries as well. The cowgirl position also inflicted pain on both genders, accounting for 8 percent of accidents of injuries affecting women. For women, the rate of genital injury was even higher, with more than half of their injuries entailing harm to their vagina. Women also reported back injuries with some frequency but cited leg discomfort more often. In the cowgirl position, for instance, 29 percent of injured women said their legs were hurt – surpassing even vaginal injuries.
The dangers of oral sex: Oral sex is the stimulation of the genitals using the mouth and tongue. It is one of the ways that sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are most frequently passed on. You can catch an STI if you have just one sexual partner. However, the more partners you have, the greater the risk of catching an infection. All men and boys want oral sex, but that is very dangerous for women and girls.
STIs commonly caught through oral sex are: gonorrhoea, genital herpes,
syphilis,Infections less frequently, passed on through oral sex include: chlamydia, HIV, hepatitis A, hepatitis B and hepatitis C, genital warts, pubic lice!
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are also called sexually transmitted diseases, or STDs. STIs are usually spread by having vaginal, oral, or anal sex. More than 9 million women in the United States are diagnosed with an STI each year. Women often have more serious health problems from STIs than men, including infertility.
Childbirths are always dangerous and painful.But many babies are now born by Caesarean section, an operation in which the baby is taken out of the mother's abdomen without ever entering the birth canal. Fischer and Mitteroecker in their Austrian study suggested that, in societies where C-sections have become more common, foetuses can now grow "too large" and still have a reasonable chance of survival.
In theory, as a consequence the number of women giving birth to babies that are too big to fit through their pelvis might have risen by 10 or 20% in just a few decades, at least in some parts of the world. Or, to put it in cruder terms, people in these societies might be evolving to have larger babies.Maternal mortality ratio (per 100 000 live births)!Complications during pregnancy and childbirth are a leading cause of death and disability among women of reproductive age in developing countries. The maternal mortality ratio represents the risk associated with each pregnancy, i.e. the obstetric risk. It is also a MDG indicator.There are two performance indicators that are sometimes used interchangeably: maternal mortality ratio and maternal mortality rate, which confusingly both are abbreviated "MMR". By 2017, the world maternal mortality rate had declined 44% since 1990, but still every day 830 women die from pregnancy or childbirth related causes. According to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) 2017 report, this is equivalent to "about one woman every two minutes and for every woman who dies, 20 or 30 encounter complications with serious or long-lasting consequences. Most of these deaths and injuries are entirely preventable."
UNFPA estimated that 303,000 women died of pregnancy or childbirth related causes in 2015. These causes range from severe bleeding to obstructed labour, all of which have highly effective interventions. As women have gained access to family planning and skilled birth attendance with backup emergency obstetric care, the global maternal mortality ratio has fallen from 385 maternal deaths per 100,000 live births in 1990 to 216 deaths per 100,000 live births in 2015, and many countries halved their maternal death rates in the last 10 years.
Deadly cancer caused by intercourse:
Time since first sexual intercourse and the risk of cervical cancer!
Cervical cancer is caused by sexually transmitted human papillomaviruses (HPVs), 12 of which have been classified as carcinogenic to humans. Most HPV infections clear within 1–2 years, but those that persist may progress quite rapidly to cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) grade 2 or worse. Early age at first sexual intercourse (AFI) is an important risk factor for cervical cancer. Other risk factors include lifetime number of sexual partners, tobacco use, hormonal contraceptives, young age at first full-term pregnancy and number of full-term pregnancies.
The International Collaboration of Epidemiological Studies of Cervical Cancer collected data on sexual behaviour from 21 national or international epidemiological studies. A collaborative reanalysis of these data found a steadily increasing risk with earlier AFI, with a relative risk of 3.52 (95% confidence interval, (CI): 3.04–4.08) for AFI ≤14 versus ≥25 years, controlling for lifetime number of sexual partners. This effect was reduced, but not eliminated, by further controlling for parity and age at first full-term pregnancy (relative risk=2.05, 95% CI: 1.54–2.73).
First infection with HPV often occurs soon after first sexual intercourse, so early AFI is a reasonable proxy for early age at first exposure to HPV. In the current study it is revisit the data on AFI to determine whether its association with cervical cancer reflects a progressive increase in risk with the passage of time since first sexual intercourse (TFI).
There is convincing evidence that the following factors increase your risk for cervical cancer:
Infection with human papillomavirus (HPV), Sexual activity, Smoking,
Giving birth many times, Infection with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV),History of sexually transmitted infections (STIs),
Diethylstilbestrol (DES) and the most of all Infection with human papillomavirus (HPV).
Most women and girls who develop cervical cancer have had an HPV infection. But having an HPV infection doesn’t mean that you will develop cervical cancer. Many different types of HPV can infect the cervix, but only some of them cause abnormal changes to cells that may turn into cancer. All women who have ever been sexually active are at risk for developing cervical cancer. This is because sexual activity potentially exposes you to HPV. Women who have never been sexually active rarely develop cervical cancer.
Becoming sexually active at a young age can increase the risk for cervical cancer. Researchers think this increased risk is because the cervix changes during puberty. These changes make the area more vulnerable to damage.
Certain types of sexual behaviour increase a woman’s risk of infection with HPV. Having intercourse with many partners can increase exposure to HPV, which is transmitted by sexual contact. For this reason, having many sexual partners is linked with a higher risk of cervical cancer. But a woman can have HPV even when she has had only one sexual partner.
Women also seem to be at a higher risk for developing cervical cancer if their male partners have had many sexual partners or female partners with cervical cancer.
Deadly HIV infections of women, girls (child brides) and pregnant females:
In 1994 a U.S. study showed that providing antiretrovirals to pregnant women infected by HIV and a short course of treatment for the baby once born reduced transmission rates to below 5%, from 15-45% without treatment. The availability and coverage of ARVs to prevent HIV transmission from mother to children has been remarkable, with an estimated 80% of pregnant women with HIV able to access ARVs globally.
In 2015, WHO recommended the use of ARVs to prevent HIV acquisition – pre-exposure prophylaxis or PrEP – for people who do not have HIV but are at substantial risk. PrEP has contributed to reduce rates of new HIV infections among men who have sex with men, in some settings in high-income countries. However, PrEP is only starting to be available in low- and middle-income countries, where programmes are starting for men who have sex with men and transgender people in all regions, as well as sex workers, adolescent girls and young women in East and Southern Africa.In 2017, 1.8 million people were newly infected with HIV. While the world has committed to ending AIDS by 2030, rates of new infections and deaths are not falling rapidly enough to meet that target.
Deadly intercourse: Painful HIV/Aids-death:
Decrease in HIV/AIDS deaths in women!Today 25% of people living with HIV in the United States are women. HIV/AIDS remains among the 10 leading causes of death for black women ages 15 to 594 and Hispanic/Latina women ages 30 to 495. Although HIV/AIDS affects more African-American women and Latinas compared with other women, new HIV infections among black women have decreased since 2008.
Women and girls, HIV and AIDS! Women account for more than half the number of people living with HIV worldwide. Young women (10-24 years old) are twice as likely to acquire HIV as young men the same age.
HIV disproportionately affects women and adolescent girls because of vulnerabilities created by unequal cultural, social and economic status.
Unaccommodating attitudes towards sex outside of marriage and the restricted social autonomy of women and young girls can reduce their ability to access sexual health and HIV services.
Much has been done to reduce mother-to-child transmission of HIV, but much more needs to be done to reduce the gender inequality and violence that women and young girls at risk of HIV often face.
Intimate partner violence, inequitable laws and harmful traditional practices reinforce unequal power dynamics between men and women, with young women particularly disadvantaged. HIV is not only driven by gender inequality, but it also entrenches gender inequality, leaving women more vulnerable to its impact.As of 2017, around one in seven adolescent girls (aged 15 to 19) in the world were married or in union.
Girls who marry as children (the most have undergone FGM) are more likely to be beaten or threatened by their husbands than girls who marry later, and are more likely to describe their first sexual experience as forced. As minors, child brides are rarely able to assert their wishes, such as whether to practice safer sex. These factors all increase HIV risk.
Since the start of the global HIV epidemic, women have been disproportionately affected by HIV in many regions. Today, women constitute more than half of all people living with HIV. AIDS-related illnesses remain the leading cause of death for women of reproductive age (15-44).
Young women (15-24 years), and adolescent girls (10-19 years) in particular, account for a disproportionate number of new HIV infections. In 2016, new infections among young women aged (15-24) were 44% higher than men their age. In eastern and southern Africa, young women made up 26% of new HIV infections despite only accounting for 10% of the population. .4 Some 7,500 young women across the world acquiring HIV every week.
In East and Southern Africa young women will acquire HIV five to seven years earlier than their male peers.6 In 2015, there were on average 4,500 new HIV infections among young women every week, double the number in young men.7
In west and central Africa, 64% of new HIV infections among young people in 2015 occurred among young women. The difference is particularly striking in Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire and Guinea where adolescent girls aged 15–19 are five times more likely to be infected with HIV than boys of the same age.
Even in regions such as Eastern Europe and Central Asia, where the population most affected by HIV is injecting drugs users, the majority of whom are men, women make up a rising proportion of people living with HIV. In Russia, for example, the number of young women living with HIV aged 15-24 is double that among men of the same age1
Sex and love don’t belong in the same bed!There’s never anything profound about erotic contact. Sex is purely a hormonal act, whised and forced by men and boys, All women and girls shouldn't expect to have orgasm during intercourses, that is a sad and worldwide fact. Across multiple different studies from the last several decades of research, scientists have consistently observed that 80 percent of women will not orgasm during sex, and that a further ten percent won’t orgasm at all in their lifetime. While this thankfully means that 90% of women will orgasm at one time or another, it raises an interesting and important question: Should women expect more orgasms during sex? First of all, women simply take much longer on average to reach orgasm than men, which presents immediate obstacles to mutual satisfaction during intercourse. But the men and boys believe in the sadistic porn world, if women and girls have no orgasm and lust during intercourses, then it's their fault and they ar not real women and girls.Through a combination of well-intentioned sex-positivity in media and a number of biologically unfounded assumptions, failure to achieve orgasm has unfortunately become mislabeled as an abnormality which is far from the truth . For the mast majority of women, orgasms are to sex what the cherry on top is to a banana split – a welcome addition, but in nearly all cases it's not guaranteed. The real question is now, why should women and girls should have daily lifelong intercourses, if they have no lust and orgasm, only men and boys have it and then the women and girls have after that unwanted pregnancides, dangerous and painful childbirths, secxually transmitted infections, deadly abortions and dangerous injuries, caused by hardcore and BDSM sex. Men and boys worldwide are using girls and women as sex toys, nothing more and nothing less. Whereas love, as expressed in a hug, brings true intimacy.
The lie of horny women and girl and the sad story about sadistic and misogynist pornography:
Porn has become normalised. That doesn’t make its misogyny any less shocking!
Porn and Misogyny are men's world and that kind of cruel sex ist not for women and girls.
Misogyny, in its simplest meaning, is literally “the hatred of women or girls,” but it can also refer to a general disrespect for the feminine, an assumption of male superiority or a devaluing of female perspectives or experiences. And much of the pornography available online does indeed depict men behaving in a misogynistic way — a hateful way — towards women. Women are often shown being physically assaulted, verbally abused, bound and gagged, rendered completely helpless and in some cases, sexually used while unconscious. Themes of non-consent run throughout the world of online porn, but what really upsets many opponents of pornography is that the women in these films are often depicted as enjoying this misogynistic treatment. In the world of pornography, women want to be treated badly and the men around them are only too happy to oblige. In the world of porn childs, girls, boys and women are treated as worthless meat, called sluts and whores, tortured, humilated, mutilated, raped, gang raped, some times until death or with exreme injuries of bodies and souls. Some years ago a famous BDSM porn film maker made a petition that his porns are being used for sex education in all schools in Italy and he got at last about shocking 40.000 of voices. Nearly all men and boys like porns and then we must say, that is a very sad world, if humilation, torture, rape/gang rape and murder are called hot and normal sex!
Can you imagine a world without men? The daily assault and violence against babies, childs, girls and women is worldwide done by men, that is a real fact and not a legend! The world without men means really: No crime, no war, no violence, no fear and lots of happy and strong and free women and girls and female childs.
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