23% of women report sexual assault in college, study findsBy Kelly Wallace A new survey of college students, one of the largest ever focusing on sexual assault and sexual misconduct, has reignited the debate over just how big a problem sexual assault on campus really is. Among female college students, 23% said they experienced some form of unwanted sexual contact — ranging from kissing to touching to rape, carried out by force or threat of force, or while they were incapacitated because of alcohol and drugs, according to the new survey by the Association of American Universities (AAU). Nearly 11% said the unwanted contact included penetration or oral sex. “23%, undoubtedly, does not represent reality. This problem directly and indirectly touches every student, instructor and administrator, yet little has been done to address its causes.” Read the full article here: http://www.cnn.com/2015/09/22/health/campus-sexual-assault-new-large-survey/index.html
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