Rape Myths

     We've all heard them. They are so pervasive, and so false. Every bit of empirical evidence counter their existence, yet old habits die hard. Some, after decades of legal and political activism and social change, are beginning to die; others run rampant or take on new forms, particularly within certain subcultures. See below for resources that offer a myth-by-myth breakdown separating facts from fiction.

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