Two-thirds of rapes are committed by someone the victim knows. Like, knows knows. A roommate, a buddy, a classmate, a co-worker, a friend-of-a-friend. If you want to expand it out a little bit, at the very least, — 73 percent of rapes are committed by a non-stranger. 30 percent chance to be raped by one's boyfriend or husband. Or it could even be a family member. Seven percent of rapes are committed by a relative. And you know what? The person who rapes will probably have raped seven to nine women, depending on what stats you rely on, before he’s ever put in jail. , also men get raped. One in 33 in their lifetimes.
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When i was 11/ 12.....my sisters b/f's brother....he knew i had a crush on him and he took major advantage of it. I had never even had sex at that point. I said no ALOT and ran out after it happened and im glad i did because when i opened my eyes his big fat nasty cousin was standing next to him waiting his turn. Did not call the cops or tell anyone....just wanted it to all go away.
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