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Should we fight sexual violence against young women?

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Transcript of Should we fight sexual violence against young women?

Should we fight sexual violence against young women?
Information about sexual violence
Women won't get HIV as much
Sexual violence against young women should be eliminated. “Globally young women make up more than 60% of all young people living with HIV” (UNAIDS par 4). UNAIDS is part of the Joint United Nations Programme.
False accusations
Although we should fight sexual violence against young women, some may argue that we shouldn’t fight sexual violence against young women because of false accusation. This is wrong because we can find evidence for most of these false accusations. Some evidence is “The police may also fail to enforce court-ordered protective or "stay-away" orders against a perpetrator” (Wilma Mankiller par 8).
Women won't get injured due to sexual violence
We should fight sexual violence against young women because women won't injured due to sexual violence. RAINN is the nation’s largest anti-sexual assault organization and they state on paragraph 15, the victims of sexual violence are “four times more likely to contemplate suicide”.
Statistics of sexual violence
Women won't have unwanted pregnancies
We should fight sexual violence against young women because women won't have unwanted pregnancies. Michelle J. Hindin, from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, states that “Unprotected sexual activity can expose young women to the risks of unintended pregnancy, unwanted childbearing and abortion, as well as HIV and other STIs” (par 7).
"Sexual violence refers to sexual activity where consent is not obtained or freely given. It occurs any time a person is forced, coerced or manipulated into any unwanted sexual activity" (OASIS). There are many different kinds of sexual violence, rape, Unwanted or Inappropriate Sexual Contact, and Stalking or Cyberstalking are some of the many different kinds of sexual violence.
We should fight sexual violence against young women because women won't get injured due to sexual violence, the rate for women with HIV will go down, and women won't have unwanted pregnancies.
The black are falsely accused
1,000 people
Thanks for listening to my presentation, I hoped you learned something about sexual violence against young women.
Sources
"Who Are the Victims? | RAINN | Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network." Who Are the Victims? | RAINN | Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network. Mick Foley, n.d. Web. 20 Feb. 2015. <https://www.rainn.org/get-information/statistics/sexual-assault-victims>.
"2 500 Young People Newly Infected with HIV Every Day, According to Opportunity in Crisis." UNAIDS. N.p., 01 June 2011. Web. <http://www.unaids.org/en/resources/presscentre/featurestories/2011/june/20110601aunicef>.

More Sources
Mankiller, Wilma, Gwendolyn Mink, Marysa Navarro, Barbara Smith, and Gloria Steinem. "Violence Against Women." SIRS Researcher. Houghton Mifflin, n.d. Web. <http://sks.sirs.com/cgi-bin/hst-article-display?id=SSD41065-0-7876&artno=0000264809&type=ART&shfilter=U&key=&title=Violence%20Against%20Women&res=Y&ren=N&gov=N&lnk=N&ic=N>.
Hindin, Michelle J., and Adesegun O. Fatusi. "Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health in Developing Countries: An Overview of Trends and Interventions." SIRS Researcher. ProQuest LLC, n.d. Web. <http://sks.sirs.com/cgi-bin/hst-article-display?id=SSD41065-0-7969&artno=0000299206&type=ART&shfilter=U&key=&title=Adolescent%20Sexual%20and%20Reproductive%20Health%20in%20Developing%20Countries%2E%2E%2E&res=Y&ren=N&gov=N&lnk=N&ic=N>.
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