The figure comes from an analysis of a regular national survey of health and family life carried out by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Laura Hawks of Harvard Medical School and colleagues analysed the responses from 13, women aged between 18 and 44 who answered the survey in the past eight years. The genetic revolution: Can we predict school performance from DNA? About half reported being verbally pressured, such as being told the relationship would end unless they had sex, and a fifth said they had been given alcohol or drugs. A previous version of the survey in found a slightly higher prevalence of forced first-time sex at 9 per cent. New coronavirus may be much more contagious than initially thought What are the symptoms of the new coronavirus and how deadly is it? Those forced were also poorer and had less formal education on average. About a quarter had been physically harmed and a quarter physically threatened — although there was overlap between the groups. One in 16 US women were forced into having sex for the first time Albatrosses strapped with sensors help spy on illegal fishing boats.
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