Published in Women's Health Weekly, March 18th, 2000
The research also shows that the psychological consequences of being assaulted tend to be long-lasting.
Data were collected from women attending a genitourinary medicine clinic in the East of England. They were all asked to complete a questionnaire about whether they had ever been sexually assaulted and what the effects of this had been.
The results showed that more than one in five of the 268 respondents had been sexually assaulted. Over three-quarters of the assaults...
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