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Prevalence of reasons for not reporting rape differ across countries.

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This examination has its origin in the country's British colonial-era laws dating back to 1872. More than 100 experts, including doctors, lawyers, police, and women's rights activists, signed a joint statement in 2013 asking for the test, which they called "demeaning", to be abolished, as it "does not provide any evidence that is relevant to proving the offence." The United Nations Multi-country Study on Men and Violence asked men in rural and urban Bangladesh if they had forced a woman to have sex at any point in their lives.

14.1% of men in rural Bangladesh and 9.5% of men in urban Bangladesh said yes (10% averaged).

Research on male-male and female-male is beginning to be done.

However, almost no research has been done on female-female rape, though women can be charged with rape in a few jurisdictions.

The Australian Women's Safety Survey conducted by the Bureau of Statistics in 1996 involved a random sample of 6,300 women aged 18 and over.

It produced incidence finding of 1.9 per cent for sexual assault in the previous 12 months.

due to laws against premarital sex), and doubt in local law enforcement.

A United Nations statistical report compiled from government sources showed that more than 250,000 cases of rape or attempted rape were recorded by police annually. Most rape research and reporting to date has been limited to male-female forms of rape.

During the 12 months prior to interview in 2011–12, an estimated 51,200 (0.3%) Australians aged 18 years and over were a victim of sexual assault.

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