Violence Against Women

Violence against women is a huge issue these days, with many women and girls confronting this problem all over the world. While society is working to address the problem, some people do not take it seriously. Typically, they have been physically or sexually assaulted by a man at some point in their lives. Many young girls are now vulnerable to serious or recurrent attacks. Men who beat or rape women or girls are rarely prosecuted when compared to the frequency of assaults. Female children are now more likely to be subjected to sexual violence, such as being raped or sexually assaulted by family members. In some nations, if a woman is unmarried and falls pregnant, her family members may beat or murder her. Even after marriage, women face violence from their husbands, and in certain circumstances, they are forced to rape or kill the women. Some effective strategies to end violence against women and girls are putting attitudes, norms, and teenage behaviour under scrutiny.

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