RAPE BY PARTNER

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Rape by a Partner

 

Sexual violence is more often committed by someone known to the victim. This can be a partner or ex-partner and can happen in the context of an intimate relationship. You always have the right to say no to sex, whether or not you have previously had consensual sex with someone. Forced sex within marriage or an intimate relationship, whether this takes place within a heterosexual or same-sex relationship, is still rape. This is a crime.

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