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Alcohol Mostly Found in Rape Cases in the U.S., But It’s Complicated

A recent USA Today article about rape cited that alcohol is the most common factor for assaults among women in the U.S. — more so than GHB and other drugs. But Think Progress points out that this issue is beyond young girls “putting” themselves in danger: Rape isn’t about what the victim is doing, it’s about the perpetrators actions

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