According to the Centers for Disease Control, now more males than females are victims of teenage dating violence.Their 2003 Youth Risk Behavior Survey report found "that 8.9% of students (8.9% of males and 8.8% of females) reported PDV victimization during the 12 months preceding the survey." But the 2009 survey shows 9.3% of females, 10.3% of males were victims of physical violence.The results indicated that 8.9% of students (8.9% of males and 8.8% of females) reported PDV victimization during the 12 months preceding the survey and that students reporting PDV victimization were more likely to engage in four of the five risk behaviors (i.e., sexual intercourse, attempted suicide, episodic heavy drinking, and physical fighting). Know a young man who may be the victim of dating assault or sexual coercion? Often, it'll be enough to get him to talk to you about it -- if not right away, perhaps in a bit. "Date Rape" is being coerced into having unwanted sex. Another common approach of sexually aggressive women is to take advantage of a man's intoxicated state.
Prevalence of reported PDV victimization was greater among blacks (13.9%) than whites (7.0%) and Hispanics (9.3%). Sexually aggressive women only occasionally resort to force tactics, which we define as intimidation with size, threats of harm including blackmail, physical restraint, physical harm or use of a weapon. Women locked men into cars, blocked their retreat from a room, grabbed at them, threw them down on beds and floors, sat on them, and tied them up.
The boy was too humiliated to want to tell anyone about it. It objectifies women as well as men a "hot topic" for feminists. ( concentrates on domestic violence against straight men, gay men, and lesbian women, because few services exist for these groups.
During the 12 months before the survey, 9.8% of students nationwide had been hit, slapped, or physically hurt on purpose by their boyfriend or girlfriend (i.e., dating violence) (Table 12). But the text does not mention this disparity - like they're trying to hide the fact.] The prevalence of dating violence was higher among 11th-grade male (11.5%) than 11th-grade female (9.1%) students.
Overall, the prevalence of dating violence was higher among black (14.3%) and Hispanic (11.5%) than white (8.0%) students; higher among black (14.3%) than Hispanic (11.5%) students; higher among black female (14.8%) and Hispanic female (11.4%) than white female (7.2%) students; higher among black female (14.8%) than Hispanic female (11.4%) students; and higher among black male (13.8%) and Hispanic male (11.7%) than white male (8.8%) students.
The prevalence of dating violence was higher among 11th-grade male (11.5%) and 12th-grade male (11.4%) than 9th-grade male (9.1%) students. Mc Evoy, author of the book If He is Raped How does a woman force a guy to have unwanted sex?Prevalence of dating violence ranged 7.4% to 17.8% across state surveys (median: 11.1%) and from 8.0% to 18.5% across local surveys (median: 12.0%) Centers for Disease Control (2010), "Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance --- United States, 2009" Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report: Surveillance Summaries June 4, 2010 / 59(SS05);1-142 2003 Youth Risk Behavior Survey Here's what the 2003 report says: By using data from the 2003 Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS), CDC analyzed the prevalence of physical dating violence (PDV) victimization among high school students and its association with five risk behaviors. We'll do it anonymously, unless you give specific permission to use your name and/or e-mail address. According to expert Cindi Struckman-Johnson, women are most likely to use psychological pressure such as verbal pleading and arguments, emotional blackmail, and deception.