According to one study of male students at the University of North Dakota, 1 in 3 men would rape a woman if they could get away with it.
Nearly one in three college men admit they might rape a woman if they knew no one would find out and they wouldn’t face any consequences, according to a new study conducted by researchers at the University of North Dakota.
But, when the researchers actually used the word “rape” in their question, those numbers dropped much lower — suggesting that many college men don’t associate the act of forcing a woman to have sex with them with the crime of committing rape.
The fact that many would-be rapists don’t see their hypothetical actions as “rape-rape” suggests that there’s something very wrong with the way we as a society talk about male sexuality, but also that prevention and education programs may be successful if they target the men who see forcible sex as acceptable but don’t associate it with rape.
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