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Rape In The World Essay

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Rape is an ongoing thing in many communities. After carefully looking at different articles this only one stayed in my head. 11-Year-Old Mexican Rape Victim Wants to Keep Baby, this was the heading in a newspaper. As I have read many victims that’s being rape are all ages and of different races. What is rape one might ask? Rape is when someone forces sex on someone else, unwanted sex. This type of crime happens to many people with children being at the topic of the list. According to the article, an 11-year-old girl in Mexico allegedly raped by her stepfather and now more than four months pregnant says she wants to have his baby despite pressure from women’s groups who want her to have an abortion, pro-life activists in the country say. They say attorneys for abortion-rights activists have ...view middle of the document...

In these cases the girl mom has no idea that her daughter is pregnant according to the article, the mother had a nervous breakdown and demanded her daughter tell her what happened, Mancera said. Finally, the girl said her stepfather had raped her. The mother flew into a fit of rage and went directly to the police to the report the rape, and the stepfather was arrested. He remains in jail, and jail is where he should stay; for a long period of time. The girl has been temporarily placed in a child services housing facility where counselors met with the girl and her mother to discuss their options,

There are ways to prevent rape, however when it’s someone in the family the ways are limited, because who thinks their immediate family would harm them are their children. While you never know if you will be a rape victim, there are ways to protect yourself against being attacked. Do not be distracted, especially by technology. Learn to trust your gut instincts. It could save you from being raped or worse. If you feel uneasy or unsure in anyway, it is in your best interest to get away and get help. Use common sense. Be aware of your surroundings at all time, Understand that your hairstyle could benefit an attacker. Ponytails are the number one style that rapists look for because they are easy to grab and you can be held with Parking lots and parking garages are two of the sites that are most often targeted by attempted rapists. Carry defensive items only if you know how to use them. Anything that could hurt Yell, shout and draw attention to you. Attackers usually have an idea of how the attack will happen. Disrupt that idea. Fight like heck and yell loudly and strongly. Rape has ruined many lives and at some point took lives.


The Americas
11-Year-Old Mexican Rape Victim Wants to Keep Baby
By Jana Winter
Published April 23, 2010
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