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Preventing Sexual Violence
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Gang rape , also called serial gang rape , group rape , or multiple perpetrator rape in scholarly literature,  is the rape of a single victim by two or more violators typically at least three. Gang rapes can be part of genocidal rape or ethnic cleansing campaigns. The term was coined by Bernice Sandler. The Hebrew Bible documents two narratives of gang rapes both of which are homosexual : the infamous account of Sodom and the story of the Levite Concubine in Gibeah presented as a doublet with mimicking literary structure to the former. Both instances result in the judgement of Yahweh through destruction and war respectively.
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But her body and mind would do strange things when they were together. Sometimes she felt as if she was separate from her body, which would shake and shake after seeing him. This was a full-body shaking, more like a quake than a shiver. This must just be how it was, she thought. She dismissed them.
More than a quarter also believe a woman is at least partly responsible for being raped if she wears sexy or revealing clothing, or is drunk, the study found. One in five think a woman is partly to blame if it is known she has many sexual partners, while more than a third believe she is responsible to some degree if she has clearly failed to say "no" to the man. In each of these scenarios a slightly greater proportion of men than women held these views - except when it came to being drunk, when it was equal. In fact more women 5pc than men 3pc thought a woman was "totally responsible" for being raped if she was intoxicated. The national charity Victim Support urged criminal justice professionals and healthcare workers to "consider how best to educate people about the terrible impact of rape, with a view to changing these attitudes.