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AustraliaHalf of Australian men think women make up rape claims to 'get back' at them - and some think it's OK to force sex on women if they initially say yes before changing their mind

04:40  23 may  2019
04:40  23 may  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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39; – and some think it ' s OK to force sex against women if they say yes before they change their mind . men think that women come up with rape charges to get back to them and some men find it The research was conducted by the Australian National Organization for Research on Women 's.

some think it ' s OK to force sex on women if they initially say yes before changing their mind One in seven people think women often make false allegations of sexual assault Some believe a man would be justified to force sex if the woman initiated it ' It ' s highly problematic that young men think it ' s sometimes ok to force sex on a woman

Half of Australian men think women make up rape claims to 'get back' at them - and some think it's OK to force sex on women if they initially say yes before changing their mind© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Almost half of Australian men think women make up sexual assault claims to get back at them and some men believe it is justified to force sex on a woman if she initiates the intimacy and then changes her mind Almost half of Australian men think women make up rape charges to get back at them and some men believe it is justified to force sex on a woman if she initiates the intimacy and then changes her mind.

That's according to the 2017 National Community Attitudes towards Violence against Women Survey (NCAS) report.

The survey was conducted by Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety (ANROWS), a not-for-profit research body.

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and some think it ' s OK to force sex against women if they say yes before they change their One in seven people think that women often make false accusations of sexual violence Some believe that a man would be entitled to force sex if the woman had initiated it Almost a quarter of young men think that women find it flattering to be pursued persistently

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Half of Australian men think women make up rape claims to 'get back' at them - and some think it's OK to force sex on women if they initially say yes before changing their mind
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Its report showed about 45 per cent of young men and 29 per cent of young women believe sexual accusations are used as a way of getting back at men.

One in seven (14 per cent) young people think women often make false allegations of sexual assault.

'One in seven young Australians believe a man would be justified to force sex if the woman initiated it, but then changed her mind and pushed him away,' the report said.

Lead researcher Dr Anastasia Powell said many young people, particularly men, blamed women for sexual assault and failed to fully understand consent.

'It's highly problematic that young men think it's sometimes ok to force sex on a woman, or believe that women want men to persistently pursue them even after they've said they're not interested,' Dr Powell said.

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Meanwhile, 37% agreed that women make up or exaggerate claims of violence to secure advantage in custody battles. The same proportion agreed with the statement “ It is common for sexual assault accusations to be used as a way of getting back at men ”, with young men (45%) more likely to agree

'We need to do more to teach young men about what consent looks like.

'Swiping right is not consent, kissing is not consent and saying yes to one sexual act doesn't give blanket consent to everything.'

Half of Australian men think women make up rape claims to 'get back' at them - and some think it's OK to force sex on women if they initially say yes before changing their mind© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The survey was conducted by Australia¿s National Research Organisation for Women¿s Safety (ANROWS), a not-for-profit research organisation. 'One in seven young Australians believe a man would be justified to force sex if the woman initiated it, but then changed her mind and pushed him away,' the report said

The report showed about 30 per cent of surveyed men believe there’s no harm in men making sexist jokes about women when they are among their male friends.

About 52 per cent of men think many women exaggerate how unequally they are treated in Australia.

'Almost one in three young people (31 per cent) believe women prefer a man to be in charge of a relationship, with young men (36 per cent) more likely to support this statement than young women (26 per cent),' the report said.

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Women who get raped while hitchhiking get what they deserve. A woman who is stuck‐ up and Men don’t usually intend to force sex on a woman , but sometimes they get too sexually carried away. One reason that women falsely report a rape is that they frequently have a need to call attention to

Some of these men commit one or two sexual assaults and then stop. Others — no one can yet say what portion — maintain this behavior or even pick As these once-unpopular, often narcissistic men become more successful, he suspects that “ getting back at these women , having power over them

'Nearly half (49 per cent) of young people believe that many women mistakenly interpret innocent remarks or acts as being sexist.'

ANROWS chief executive officer Dr Heather Nancarrow said there has been improvements in young people's understanding of violence against women over the last ten years.

'Our NCAS research shows we have a long way to go in educating young people about the difference between a healthy relationship and abusive behaviour,' Dr Nancarrow said.

'The good news is attitudes can change. We can educate young people to better understand all forms of violence against women and that controlling behaviour isn't part of a healthy relationship.'

Key findings of the National Community Attitudes towards Violence against Women Survey (NCAS)

One in seven young Australians believe a man would be justified to force sex if the women initiated it, but then changed her mind and pushed him away.

Almost a quarter of young men think women find it flattering to be persistently pursued, even if they aren't interested.

14 per cent of young men don't understand that harassment by repeated emails or text messages is domestic violence.

Two in five young Australians (43 per cent) support the statement 'I think it's natural for a man to want to appear in control of his partner in front of his male friends'

More than one in five young men (22 per cent) think men should take control of relationships and be the head of the household. Overall young people are more likely to support gender equality in public life (i.e workplaces or politics) than in their intimate relationships.

Problematic attitudes to violence against women and gender equality are more common among young people with mainly male friends.

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