About one quarter of undergraduate ladies say they’ve been sexually assaulted, in response to a disturbing new nationwide survey within the United States, which discovered that at one establishment, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the determine was a startling one in three, writes Natalie Musumeci for the New York Post.
The Association of American Universities (AAU) launched the findings of its Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Sexual Misconduct final week through which 181,752 college students from 33 private and non-private establishments participated. According to the survey, 41.8% of all members reported experiencing sexual touching or penetration involving bodily pressure and the shortcoming to consent.
“The disturbing news from this year’s survey is that sexual assault and misconduct remain far too prevalent among students at all levels of study,” AAU President Mary Sue Coleman stated in a press release.
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