(emphasis added) Among all 14,956 students, 8.9% reported experiencing PDV victimization. And talking to another man about it is the first step in healing -- in survival. There are lots of forms of coercionphysical force, as in traditional "sexual assault" or rape, is only one. A typical scenario, according to male victims, involves a predatory woman who encounters an inebriated man (or contributes to his drinking) and pursues him until he falls asleep or passes out.The prevalence of PDV victimization was similar for males (8.9%) and females (8.8%) and similar by grade level (range: 8.1%--10.1%) (Table 1). The Centers for Disease Control "cook" the data and ignore their own study on domestic violence to gender-polarize the issue of dating violence, but many studies show that women initiate dating violence about as often as men. The woman then manually or orally stimulates him to erection and mounts him for sexual intercourse.A new study conducted in Sacramento, Calif., led by UC Davis researchers has found that a structured program delivered by coaches, called "Coaching Boys into Men," is effective for discouraging adolescent dating violence.
During the 12 months before the survey, 9.8% of students nationwide had been hit, slapped, or physically hurt on purpose by their boyfriend or girlfriend (i.e., dating violence) (Table 12). But the text does not mention this disparity - like they're trying to hide the fact.] The prevalence of dating violence was higher among 11th-grade male (11.5%) than 11th-grade female (9.1%) students. The co-occurrence of adolescent boys' and girls' use of psychologically, physically, and sexually abusive behaviors in their dating relationships. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma, 19, 517-539. Adolescent girls' and boys' experiences of psychologically, physically, and sexually aggressive behaviors in their dating relationships: Co-occurrence and emotional reaction.Male high school athletes' ability to recognize and intervene to stop dating violence -- the physical, sexual and emotional aggression prevalent in adolescent romantic relationships -- is improved with the intervention of some of the most important role models in young men's lives: their coaches.