Revealing the shocking and detailed accounts of how adult women stalk, sexually assault, and even rape adult men, this book portrays an eye-opening reality: women can act as aggressive predators and victimize men.
It is easy to make the incorrect assumption that only males commit crimes like sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, and rape. However, research indicates that equal numbers of men and women felt that they have been threatened or pressured into having sex against their will. Incidents of stalking by women against men are also on the rise—and it's not just celebrities who are being targeted.
Crimes of a sexual nature perpetrated by adult females against males constitute a serious problem in our society. A woman can rape a man, and this crime occurs far more often than most imagine. This book addresses an entire range of crimes beyond rape, however; stalking, sexual harassment, and sexual assault are all covered in detail.
When Women Sexually Abuse Men: The Hidden Side of Rape, Stalking, Harassment, and Sexual Assault illuminates the long-overlooked subject of adult female against adult male sex crimes. Combining personal accounts, information on criminal cases, relevant research on adult female against adult male sexual offenses, and statistical data from the FBI and other government sources, the authors comprehensively document how some women can be aggressive sexual predators, just like their male counterparts; highlight the changes in the criminal behavior of women; and provide fascinating stories of true crime as well as shocking revelations about human behavior.
• Details the rape trials of two women as well as other personal accounts and interviews
• Utilizes careful analysis of research to determine the extent of this crime by adult women against adult men
• Addresses a range of actions in which adult women sexually abuse or assault adult men, and offers advice and counsel to these victims
• Provides surprising information that will be of value to law enforcement and corrections practitioners, social workers, business administrators, human resources personnel, academics in the fields of sociology, psychology, gender issues, and criminology, as well as general readers