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Not necessarily automatic... You have to remember - registered users of this site can be as young as thirteen (as per the rules of facebook). However - it's possible some users are even younger than that - as there is no way to verify a user's age. Therefore - subject matter relating to abnormal sexual activity should be carefully monitored. Whilst there are certainly sections on sexual activity - sexual abuse is non-consensual activity - and thus does not belong on an open forum.
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-noun rape, sexual assault, or sexual molestation. The forcing of unwanted sexual activity by one person on another, as by the use of threats or coercion. the i…nfliction of sexual contact upon a person by forcible compulsion. the engaging in sexual contact with a person who is below a specified age or who is incapable of giving consent because of age or mental or physical incapacity. the crime of engaging in or inflicting sexual abuse.
Answer udoing very well in her life. What you have to realize is .... 'it wasn't your fault!!!!' i think that you need to get help cause it is really hard to deal …with. Most of the time it can mess up your future relationships cause the only thing that you really have on your mind is that your spouce or boyfriend is going to hurt you or your children. So the first thing that you need to to do is get some help and once you can handle yourself alittle better then you can try to continue on with the rest of your life .... I am 15 and i was sexually abused at the age of eleven by my cousin who was 18 but some how i was able to get over alittle of the fear that i have. peace out.am 15 and i was sexually abused from a taxi driver from 6 moths but what you should do if you are a child or a teenager is telling your parent they wont be angry and dont be afraid of telling them my parents helped me very much and now i feel much better am going to school and going out with my friend time heals every thing
Matter is defined as anything with mass and volume. that is to say, anything we can detect with the sense of touch or taste. Science used to think that matter was EVERYTHING, …but only about 50 years ago we started to understand the electromagnetic spectrum. everything NOT matter is called a WAVE. while matter is shown on a periodic table, waves are shown on the electromagnetic spectrum. Basically, waves are all the same kind of unknown material. the difference in waves is only their WAVELENGTH, which is the length of space between a waves' top point and the next one. try searching google for a picture of the electromagnetic spectrum, because its very difficult to describe in words.
Matter is anything made off atoms (basically every object that exists).
subject matter is what the person works about. For example an artist, what the artist paints about
Any form of sexual activity or wording or allusion to sex that is unwanted or physically violent is considered sexual abuse. There are legal terms for it but we common people …say that if it hurts and you don't want it then it is abuse. If you are hurt emotionally in the same subject it is still abuse.
never give upyes, Maya Angelou was raped/molested at the age of 8 yrs. old by her mother's boyfriend named Mr.Freeman when they were on a trip to st. Louis
No, it was physical and emotional, never sexual.
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Her Uncle, her cousin, and a Family Friend. They all watched after her while her mom was at work. They gave her ice cream and told her not to tell.
One Person's Thoughts: I don't know where in the world you are from, or where you have had the opportunity to travel to, but there are some very tall, muscular women in other …parts of the world. If one of them should happen upon a smaller guy, maybe a little nerdy too, then she could pretty easily do what she wanted. You are also not thinking about weapons or possibly more than one woman. Another Perspective: I am leaving the answer above, because the last sentence deals with force. Males can be sexually abused by other males and females. Sexual abuse is, ultimately, not about sex. It is about the power that the abuser influences over the victim. If that person is a teacher, a parent, priest, pastor, cop, someone with a weapon, someone older than you, or, yes, bigger than you, then they have the ability to use that power they can influence over you to force themselves at you and on you. While society may ignore sexual abuse of males, it does happen it is just drastically under reported. There are numerous reasons why males don't report abuse when it occurs, reasons including: they are embarrassed that it happened to them (a male), they felt that they should have been able to stop it, they don't believe others will take them seriously (this is true in both cases, but if the abuser is a female and you are a male victim, some in society will laugh at you if you didn't like it thinking there is something wrong with you and that you should think yourself lucky), and many more reasons. They may not tell because the abuser threatened them or their family wants to cover it up and pretend it never happened. It's sad, because male victims need support and help and most places that offer support services for those that are sexually abused either reject males from getting help or don't have any resources to help males. So, even if a male reaches out for help they will have a hard time finding that help, particularly if they aren't in a large city .Most cases are not reported because they feel that they are not the ones getting pregnant. some of them may also be afraid of being called a weakling. Answer: There are a few problems with the past contributions, but they need to remain so that pointing these out can be more easily accomplished. The behavior of the abuser has absolutely nothing to do with the size of that person. Small, petite, or demure people are just as likely, perhaps more so, to abuse as large, muscular people. The physical build of the abused also has nothing to do with the situation. Large people are just as often abused as small people. The only thing that consistently marks the abused is perhaps a milder, less secure personality, but even that can be debated (which will not happen on WA on my watch). Now, as to the "force" issue. This is an antiquated paradigm that comes from the "rape is about control not sex" argument. Sorry, gotta throw a flag on that play. Rape and sexual assault do have to do with control, but not so much control of the abused by the abuser. It is far more complex than that. The abuser is often seeking to find a way to control his or her own life, or issues within his or her own life. Sexual behavior offers something that only certain forms of drug use offer--the release of endorphins and other neuro-chemicals such as serotonin and dopamine--explanation of this is far too complex to enter into here, and would require at least a masters level course to explain in any meaningful way. Abuse, assault, rape have little to nothing to do with force or control of the abused, and when they do, it is more of a peripheral issue than a primary one. As to the "under reporting" of any crime, stating such or any reasons for the occurrence is purely speculative, and lacking evidence (which is the natural state of such arguments) cannot be proven to even the most minute level. Now to the anecdotal that blows much of the above the line contributions out of the water: In 1983 I was stationed with the Army in a small town in southern Germany. One night, as I and a few friends were returning from a meal in town, we heard screaming and witnessed two people running across the parking lot in front of our barracks building. Being normal humans, we went to rubberneck. As we approached, we saw a very petite German woman rip the antenna from a car, and begin beating our very large unit First Sergeant with it. Top, to our surprise did nothing to disarm his attacker; it was him we heard screaming, and when we jumped in to pull the woman away from him and disarm her, Top was doing his best to wriggle under the BMW from where the antenna had been torn. To paint this picture more completely: Top was a heavily decorated veteran of the Vietnam War. He had received at least two Purple Hearts for injuries he received in combat, and at least one Bronze Star for valor in combat. He had served at least 20 years in the Infantry and Ranger units before being promoted and assigned to our Artillery unit. Top was well over six feet tall, and weighed in at a muscular 190ish. His attacker was maybe five feet tall (perhaps less), and would have to have held two standard bowling balls to weigh in at 100 pounds. Size has nothing to do with it. Control of the abused rarely has anything, if anything at all to do with it. Please, confine simple answers to simple problems. This is not one of those.
well other than the crude humor, there is a part where 'Bella' says to edward "lets go all the way" and 'edward says "cant puberty ring" if you get it its kind of inapprpiate
It depends. Matter i anything with mass (kind of like weight) and volume (meaning taking up space). There are 3 kinds of matter MOST people know about: liquids, solids, an…d gases. Also, there is a kind of matter called plasma. I don't know much about it but i do know that one kind of plasma is lightning. Examples of matter: (liquids, solids, and gases) SOLIDS: your pencil, paper, computer, clothes, stapler, T.V., paperclip, etc. (solids have a definite SHAPE and a definite VOLUME). LIQUIDS: water, juice, soda, saliva, etc. (liquids have a define VOLUME but not a definite shape. They take the shape of the container it is in). GASES: air, carbon dioxide, oxygen, etc. (gases do NOT have a definite shape or a definite volume).
Your local health department will have a lot of information on it. They can help.
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There i not alot of innapropriate things in any of the halos. There is alot of unneeded cussing, but, it is a good gae with good raphics and gameplay
When it is unwelcome or involves a minor.