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Reply #300 posted 11/09/17 9:14pm

benni

OldFriends4Sale said:

CherryMoon57 said:

Ok, I presume you are talking about the different degrees of crime severity depending on the victim's age. But I still don't understand the boldened statement and how that correlates with the topic of sexual assault. If an incest as you say, happens mutually between two 13 year olds, that is not by definition an assault. That falls under the 'illicit relationship' category, that's a very different issue from the one we are discussing here.

Incest was plainly listed under sexual assault in the piece you posted. It was just listed generally.

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Falling under the definition of sexual assault aresexual activities as forced sexual intercourse, forcible sodomy, child molestation, incest, fondling, and attempted rape.


Yes, OF4S, incest would be considered a sexual assault when it is an adult or individual 4 years of age or older than the child. However, most states do have a charge for "incest" and will usually that use that charge over sexual assault, as it may carry more time.

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Reply #301 posted 11/09/17 9:15pm

benni

What is sexual assault?


Generally, sexual assault falls into one of three categories.

Jennifer Gentile Long, the chief executive officer of AEquitas: The Prosecutors' Resource on Violence Against Women, a global project she co-founded in April 2009, tells SELF those include:

  1. Penetration crimes
    • Of a body part by another body part (i.e., penal penetration of mouth, anus, vagina)
    • Of a body part by an object
  1. Contact with genitalia, breast, buttocks, or other intimate body parts
  2. Exposure of genitalia, breast, buttocks or other intimate body parts

According to Austin, sexual harassment can include sexual assault (such as rape and/or grabbing), but it’s also broader. Sexual harassment “includes creating a hostile environment, pervasive jokes/comments, looks, and body language that makes an individual feel harassed,” she says. But, again, the exact definition can vary by state.

As for “locker room talk,” experts say it's not usually a crime, but it can feed into a culture of sexual harassment. “From a prosecution perspective, we are always thinking about how sexuality and sexual violence portrayed in media, music, film, video games, and culture, impacts the way jurors and criminal justice professionals evaluate evidence in a case and render just and fair decisions without bringing in misinformation and bias,” Long says. The more pervasive "locker room talk," the more likely people may be biased into thinking a crime like sexual harassment is normal and OK.

O’Connor agrees, noting that it’s not a crime but still carries a lot of weight. “Any language or phrase that condones sexual violence is dangerous because it attempts to brush away allegations of criminal behavior,” she says. O’Connor says sexual assault and harass...eported” and “locker room talk” marginalizes victims. (O’Connor also notes that RAINN’s hotline has had a 33 percent increase in sessions since Trump’s 2005 comments surfaced.)

However, in some situations, “locker room talk” could actually be seen as a form of sexual harassment, Austin says. She cites inappropriate jokes or pinup pictures in the workforce as potentially creating a hostile work environment, which could fall under the umbrella of sexual harassment.

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Reply #302 posted 11/09/17 9:19pm

benni

Generally, sexual assault is defined as unwanted sexual contact. The Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network defines sexual assault as "unwanted sexual contact that stops short of rape or attempted rape. This includes sexual touching and fondling."[3]

The National Center for Victims of Crime states:[4]

Sexual assault takes many forms including attacks such as rape or attempted rape, as well as any unwanted sexual contact or threats. Usually a sexual assault occurs when someone touches any part of another person's body in a sexual way, even through clothes, without that person's consent.

In the United States, the definition of sexual assault varies widely between the individual states.

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Reply #303 posted 11/10/17 9:53pm

CynicKill

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Reply #304 posted 11/10/17 10:52pm

2045RadicalMat
tZ

CynicKill said:




I'll sum it up for HER:

Step 1) hit on a man
2) propose illicit actions
3) wink/smile at man
4) take clothing off, spread eagle
5) man runs.


Ps. This only works if u look as attractive as her. Anything else would be "beneath female intelligence"


Dear God. .....please not another generation of self servicingGloria Allreds
[Edited 11/11/17 1:26am]
"Damn Dolores, pick another subject, please...introduce the carpet to something other than your knees...."
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Reply #305 posted 11/14/17 8:00am

luvsexy4all

benni said:

What is sexual assault?


Generally, sexual assault falls into one of three categories.

Jennifer Gentile Long, the chief executive officer of AEquitas: The Prosecutors' Resource on Violence Against Women, a global project she co-founded in April 2009, tells SELF those include:

  1. Penetration crimes
    • Of a body part by another body part (i.e., penal penetration of mouth, anus, vagina)
    • Of a body part by an object
  1. Contact with genitalia, breast, buttocks, or other intimate body parts
  2. Exposure of genitalia, breast, buttocks or other intimate body parts

According to Austin, sexual harassment can include sexual assault (such as rape and/or grabbing), but it’s also broader. Sexual harassment “includes creating a hostile environment, pervasive jokes/comments, looks, and body language that makes an individual feel harassed,” she says. But, again, the exact definition can vary by state.

As for “locker room talk,” experts say it's not usually a crime, but it can feed into a culture of sexual harassment. “From a prosecution perspective, we are always thinking about how sexuality and sexual violence portrayed in media, music, film, video games, and culture, impacts the way jurors and criminal justice professionals evaluate evidence in a case and render just and fair decisions without bringing in misinformation and bias,” Long says. The more pervasive "locker room talk," the more likely people may be biased into thinking a crime like sexual harassment is normal and OK.

O’Connor agrees, noting that it’s not a crime but still carries a lot of weight. “Any language or phrase that condones sexual violence is dangerous because it attempts to brush away allegations of criminal behavior,” she says. O’Connor says sexual assault and harass...eported” and “locker room talk” marginalizes victims. (O’Connor also notes that RAINN’s hotline has had a 33 percent increase in sessions since Trump’s 2005 comments surfaced.)

However, in some situations, “locker room talk” could actually be seen as a form of sexual harassment, Austin says. She cites inappropriate jokes or pinup pictures in the workforce as potentially creating a hostile work environment, which could fall under the umbrella of sexual harassment.

according t o this...i was sexually assaulted during halloween....this broad had her ass literally on display

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Reply #306 posted 11/14/17 8:12am

luvsexy4all

2045RadicalMattZ said:

CynicKill said:

I'll sum it up for HER: Step 1) hit on a man 2) propose illicit actions 3) wink/smile at man 4) take clothing off, spread eagle 5) man runs. Ps. This only works if u look as attractive as her. Anything else would be "beneath female intelligence" Dear God. .....please not another generation of self servicingGloria Allreds [Edited 11/11/17 1:26am]

dont mess with an italian with OCD....

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