GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Victim Blaming Clothing Statistics: Market Report & Data

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"60% of university students surveyed agreed that victims' clothing plays a role in the likelihood of being raped."

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"Female jurors were found to be 31% more likely to consider a rape victim's clothing in their decision compared to male jurors."

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"A study revealed that 60% of young men said that women who wear tight clothes should expect male attention, including unwanted touch."

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"In one survey, a significant correlation was found between beliefs in rape myths and victim blaming based on clothing choice, with an R² value of 0.67."

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"58% of UK adults agreed that men could be motivated to commit rape by short skirts or tight clothing."

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"Among Australian students, 25% admitted to believing that a woman bear responsibility if she is sexually assaulted while dressed attractively."

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"42% of global respondents agreed that women should dress modestly to avoid being harassed."

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"27% of UK adults think that a woman is totally or partially responsible for being raped if she dresses provocatively."

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"Research indicated that about 75% of male undergraduate students believed that women dressing provocatively could lead to sexual violence against them."

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"63% of Indian men believe that a woman’s clothing can contribute to her being sexually assaulted."

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"In 2016, 40% of European men believed that if a woman voluntarily goes home with a man for a drink or a chat, she is at least partially responsible if she is raped."

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"46% of high school boys said a girl's clothing is an invitation for sexual advances."

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"Close to 80% of surveyed therapists have encountered cases where a client's clothing choices were questioned post-assault."

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"Victim blaming related to clothing was cited by 70% of female sexual assault survivors as a barrier to reporting the crime."

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"Approximately 66% of sexual assault survivors felt pressure to avoid certain types of clothing post-assault."

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"In a study, 48% of men and 28% of women agreed with the statement: "Women wearing revealing clothing are asking for trouble.""

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"37% of people believe that women are partly to blame for being sexually assaulted if they are wearing revealing clothing."

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"55% of survey respondents believed that the way a woman dressed can provoke harassment."

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"1 in 4 Americans thinks that it is at least partially acceptable to joke about a woman’s clothing contributing to her sexual assault."

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"45% of people in a global survey indicated that how a rape victim was dressed was relevant in determining culpability."

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