Sexual assault in America: Do we know the true numbers? | FACTUAL FEMINIST

Sexual assault is a terrible problem that America must solve. The CDC claims that 1-in-5 women in the US will be a victim of rape in their lifetime, a substantially different figure than Department of Justice crime statistics. Christina Sommers says that the CDC’s exaggerated numbers get in the way of genuine solutions to the problem, and calls for accurate data and real solutions to help end the scourge of sexual violence.

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Sexual assault in America: Do we know the true numbers?

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