Rape statistics question

Started by napnip, Jul 30, 2003, 02:30 PM

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Hey gang, I'm hoping you can help me out.  The other day I ran across a website which examined the "1 in 4 women are raped" statistic.  It also mentioned that someone else used the same research method and found that 1 in 4 men are raped.  Problem is, I've lost the URL to that page.

Does anybody have any links to pages with this info on 'em?  Specifically, pages which explain how the same research method was applied to men, and who actually conducted the research.  Any help is greatly appreciated!
i] We drank our toast to innocence,
We drank our toast to now.
We tried to reach beyond the emptiness,
But neither one knew how. [/i]


My email to Loren:
I thought you might be interested in knowing that when the same type of research method was used to find out how many men were "raped" by women on college campuses they also found that 1 in 4 statistic. I think your article should have included something about men and where they need to go, and how to punish the female perpetrators.

Here is the woman who did the research. http://www.psych.ukans.edu/faculty/charlene/Default.htm
Her feminist record is impecable. Accept she's honest as well. Kind of contradictory for most feminists in my opinion.

Lornen's response:

Thanks for your response, I'll have to look into that.

Loren Ferguson
he men's movement is a hate movement.  

What feminism is to men; the men's rights movement is to women.

Men's rights activists blame misandry for all their problems in the same way that feminists blame the patriarchy.

The only thing men's rights activists are good at is abusing women.  

And you can quote me on that.  :D

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