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... Head: Sexual Assault Sexual Assault I. What is Sexual Assault? Sexual assault refers to the behaviour of a person that is sexual in nature which can make another person feel threatened, frightened and uncomfortable. It is a sexual activity made on a person without his consent. Other forces used to engage in sexual activity, e.g., physical or emotional violence, is also considered sexual assault. A. Forcible Rape Forcible rape is the female’s carnal knowledge by force and against her will. The attempt to or assaults to commit rape through threat or force are included. It excludes statutory rape. As of 2009, reports of forcible rape annually have reached 88,097. Of all the reported rape cases in...