Mexico City is one of the most dangerous places in the world to be a woman. A United Nations report ranked Mexico number one globally in sexual violence against women, estimating that 44 percent of Mexican women have been subjected to some form of sexual violence in their lifetime, from groping to rape. The problem is so extreme that the city has rolled out women-only subway cars and buses in an attempt to curb the violence.
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When a perpetrator intentionally harms a minor physically, psychologically, sexually, or by acts of neglect, the crime is known as child abuse. A perpetrator can have any relationship to a victim, and that includes the role of an intimate partner. Regardless of how the law defines incest, unwanted sexual contact from a family member can have a lasting effect on the survivor.
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Playing video games has become a popular activity for people of all ages. Video gaming is a multibillion-dollar industry bringing in more money than movies and DVDs. On average, girls spend more than an hour per day playing video games and boys spend more than two hours.
Child maltreatment refers more specifically to violence perpetrated by adults in positions of responsibility, trust or power. Data on child sexual abuse is more limited, but in population-based surveys, women report experiencing childhood sexual abuse at levels that range from 4. Violence against children poses serious consequences to children's health and well-being.
When word went around that a mob had sexually assaulted CBS correspondent and CPJ board member Lara Logan in Cairo's Tahrir Square in Februarythe media jumped on the specifics: Why was the press release about her assault so precise? Why did it say the attack was "brutal" and "sexual"? What people didn't know was that Logan was more than satisfied with CBS' wording, and relieved that the information was finally public.
These are external links and will open in a new window. In our series of letters from African journalists, Zeinab Mohammed Salih explores how women in Sudan are using a Facebook group about love to expose alleged abuse amid anti-government protests. Unprecedented numbers of women are taking to the streets to join daily nationwide protests that erupted in mid-December. Despite a violent crackdown by the security forces and reports of sexual harassment, they remain undeterred.