As grim as the idea of rape with limited to no punishment can be, it is becoming a reality. From not being taken seriously to being completely ignored, rape and sexual assault are treated as minor crimes to many people. Certain laws allow these crimes to be brushed away when in reality, rape can be fatal. The severe impact rape and sexual assault can have on a person lasts a lifetime, with no breath of fresh air or sanity. The mild consequences perpetrators face desensitizes the rest of the world and our growing society to the true horrors of rape and strengthens rape culture.
Domestic violence has become more seriously and international problem nowadays. Domestic violence is intentional intimidation, physical assault, sexual assault, threats, force and psychological abuse (Australian Institute of Health and Welfare 2015). Indeed, wife assault has accounted for the largest part in domestic violence. In Australia, there was 85% of women experience assaults in 2012 (Australian Institute of Health and Welfare 2015). In US, a one-third of women and a quarter of men have been abused by intimate partner (NCADV 2015).
From this situation, it made people think highly of the punishment of rape. Then, there was the train of thought about rape should be punished by the death penalty. Some of people were believed that the death punishment is the effective punishment, but some do not believe this kind of punishment because it is cruelty. Even though the death penalty is the most severe punishment but it is not the best solution of the legal punishment. In each year, there are lots of rape case in our society.
Throughout history, there have been many controversies concerning books causing them to either be challenged or straightforwardly banned. For a lot of these books, they are banned in certain regions due to viewer discretion, such as the case with the mature topics noted in J.D. Salinger’s, The Catcher in the Rye. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, a picaresque novel by Mark Twain, however, is generally distinguished as a racist, due to diction, and for that reason one of the most challenged books of all time. Despite the negative connotation surrounding banned books, such as The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, their people who will argue the book's impact on the world.
And it isn 't just boys: Girls are often pressed into duty as cooks or messengers. Many are subjected to sexual abuse, including rape.” this is when they were talking about what type of damage the war can cause to kids. As a result of this evidence I can say that , kids should not be in war especially girls because of the sexual assault that goes on in the military and Ultimately, it
In recent years, sex among the young people become the issue, serious problem but also taboo to talk. This condition is really danger if it is out of control, because it can broke the young generation. To prevent its problem, sex education is strongly needed. Sex education is the act of informing younger and adult generations about everything they need to know about sex. It includes other sensitive issues like sexual health, sexual reproduction, sexuality and others that parents often feel uncomfortable talking with their children.
(Vo). On the flip side, many parents find these rape stories have the potential to spark post traumatic stress among those who have been through such instances, include no educational purposes, and are too lewd and detailed for teenagers. Along with rape, Charlie also has to confront the treacherous waters of suicide. In many cases, Charlie found himself depressed, and attempted suicide; he did not succeed. But the mere thought of suicide disturbs almost everyone, especially parents.
In Lebanon, resistance from governmental and religious leaders to sexual education is as vigorous as that from parents and the society. Sex is still considered a taboo in the Lebanese culture, leaving educators and parents exceedingly reluctant to deal with this “delicate” topic. With premarital sex still considered “morally unacceptable” by society, it is deemed inappropriate to educate the young and unmarried by professionals in public settings such as schools and even in private settings such as in clinics about sexual health care. This caused most information received to be false and misguiding. Data for the 2005 WHO Lebanese national study that included more than 5,000 student aged 13-15 year olds shows: only three-fifths of these students
THE FOCUS OF PREVENTION IN CHILD ABUSE RESEARCH: THE JOURNAL OF CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT IN REVIEW (VOLUME 33:2). INTRODUCTION Child abuse is a global problem, deeply rooted in culture, economic and social practices. According to the World Health Organization (2002), an estimate of about 57 000 children were victims of homicide in the year 2000. With the highest rates of fatal child abuse being found among children aged 0-4 years. The common fatalities were from head injuries, abdominal injuries and intentional suffocation.
According to the report published in 2005 on 'Trafficking in Women and Children in India', 44,476 children were reported missing in India, out of which 11,008 children continued to remain untraced. India is the major source and destination country for trafficked children from within India and adjoining countries. Ministry of Women and child development, Government of India, made a study on child abuse in 2007 and presented a report and its major findings are: It has very clearly emerged that across different kinds of abuse, it is young children, in the 5-12 year group, who are most at risk of abuse and exploitation. PHYSICAL ABUSE 1. Two out of every three children were physically abused.