Opinion: All men are not bastards, Davo, so don’t tar us all with the same brush Family court robs men and demeans women by splitting property equally when a marriage ends Murder-suicide surviving daughter: “The Family Court completely failed us” Flirting with confected outrage fails to impress women Domestic violence and White Ribbon day – help change the debate Domestic violence victims are men too, says Bettina Arndt | Tom Elliott on 3AW Silent victims: both mothers and fathers can be violent Domestic violence beat up Child Support Agency sues father who lavished cash on daughters Daughter begs for assistance to recover children Talking Point: Root causes of domestic violence are ignored by grand plan More mothers kill their children Why men feel aggrieved in family court interventions Akon Guode charged with murdering three of her children in lake tragedy The hidden politics of family violence ‘Deadbeat dads’ face fines in sweeping changes to child support Parents forcefully blocked from seeing kids could be abuse Stop stacking the legal deck against dads One in Three Campaign launches Respectful Relationship poster series for young males Australian feminist attacks integrity of advocacy group for male victims of domestic violence End the war on deadbeat dads (or fathers who cannot afford to pay) Fatherlessness linked to increased risk of child abuse Why men won’t get married anymore: Women complain chaps today won’t settle down.
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Rape also can happen when you cannot physically give consent, such as while you were drunk, passed out, or high.
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Rape can also happen when you cannot legally give consent, such as when you are underage. Sexual coercion is unwanted sexual activity that happens after someone is pressured, tricked, or forced in a nonphysical way.
Anyone can use coercion — for example, husbands, partners, boyfriends, friends, coworkers, bosses, or dates. If you are feeling pressured to do something you don't want to do, speak up or leave the situation.