- French épidémique, from Middle French, from epidemie, noun, epidemic, from Late Latin epidemia, from Greekepidēmia visit, epidemic, from epidēmos visiting, epidemic, from epi- + dēmos people — more at demagogue
1: affecting or tending to affect a disproportionately large number of individuals within a population, community, or region at the same time
two parents sexually abuse & rape adopted daughter, separately and unbeknownst to one another.
rape is used worldwide as a weapon of war. i know that's a cliche by know- but imagine being born (through no fault of your own) as a newborn baby girl...in the congo. not so cliche now.
rape isn't enough- this guy decided to beat her in the head with a HAMMER as well.
14- year- old girl raped. there are no other details really...there don't need to be. this girls life is changed forever.
an army sergeant forced a women into his car and raped her in front of a restaurant in bel air. she tried to bang on the window, but no one heard. this we'll defend?
not just rape- rape of a THIRTEEN year old, MENTALLY HANDICAPPED girl...ON TAPE. but women aren't systematically abused. just individually abused- over and over and over.
child rape is the trifecta today- 14, 13, and now 10.
former minister. rape of four prostitutes. at knife-point. a butcher knife.
false rape allegations. yikes- definitely not good. murder, however- ALSO not really a good option. and he didn't just murder his girlfriend (the accuser), but also her sister. he stabbed his girlfriend in the back, and her sister, "Sabrina was stabbed 35 times, but Mr Ali said he only remembered stabbing her twice."
here's the thing. it doesn't matter what you do. take back the night. a vagina monologue. donate to a women's foundation. mentor a young man and teach him that violence against women is unacceptable. volunteer for a rape crisis line.
do SOMETHING. do it. NOW. women are being raped, every minute.