The interviews of convicted rapists found that lack of resistance from the victim became consent to them; therefore, lack of self-defense from the victim encouraged the rapist.
The interviews also revealed consistently that resistance to sexual assault is much more effective than passive response, such as crying and pleading which may even encourage the attacker as they feel empowered.
The research included interviewing convicted child predators and rapist; they all shared the same information…. they're looking for victims that could not or would not fight back Victims who would comply to demands when a weapon was brandished (less than 14% of rapist's and or abductors use a weapon during an assault.
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