Preventing Rape – Women’s Rape Defense

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Learning strategies for rape defense can help lower the risk of being rape. Some of the strategies are common sense and some are useful suggestions that help to reduce the risk of being victimized by rapist. The strategies are simply a guide that helps you to be alert and aware of the situations around you in preventing rape but does not guarantee you will never be rape by following these strategies.

Preventing Stranger Rape

1. Install secure locks on doors and windows.

2. Never open doors to strangers and always ask for ID from service people.

3. Never advertise you are a single woman living alone.

4. Never go out alone at night and always go out with friends.

5. Carry a cell phone with you at all time.

6. When walking alone at night try to avoid dark and deserted areas.

7. Have your keys in hand when walking towards the house or vehicle.

8. Have security walk with you to your car when working late shift.

9. Check the backseat before getting into your car.

10. Lock your car when you are driving or parking.

Preventing Acquaintance Rape

1. When going on dates with someone for the first time choose to meet in public location or go out in group dates.

2. If a man makes all the decisions and plans all activities he is more likely to be a controlling person who may want to control you in private situation.

3. It may be helpful to cover some of the expense because a man is less likely to justify using physical force to get what he wants when woman cover some of the expense during the date.

4. Avoid using alcohol and drugs if you don’t have the intention to be sexually intimate with your date. Consumption of alcohol and drugs increase the risk of acquaintance rape.

5. Direct communication is helpful in reducing unwanted force sexual activity by letting your date know what you don’t want in the beginning of the relationship and avoid behavior that could lead man on if this is not your intention.

6. If your date force unwanted sexual activity on you even though you made it clear to him you have no desire for sexual intimacy, respond with direct refusal and physical force if necessary. Direct refusal would be saying “no” and if this doesn’t work respond with physical force such as pushing, slapping, or kicking your date. Research indicates men are less likely to proceed with forceful action as appropriate when women respond with verbal refusal and physical force.

Preventing rape strategies are meant to prevent the situations from happening in the first place. Any woman is a potential victim because men are physically stronger and they can overpower women. Prevention is just common sense and helps to minimize the risk of being a rape victim.

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