America Is Not The Tenth Most Dangerous Country For Women, You Idiots

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Per the geniuses they consulted, the United States is tied with Syria when it comes to sexual violence against woman, and trails only India and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The United States is apparently worse at combating sexual violence than the Republic of the Congo, South Africa, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Mexico, Nigeria, Egypt, and Somalia.

There are two things going on here. The first is that the provided definition of “sexual violence” is broad. “In your view, what is the most dangerous country in the world for women in terms of sexual violence?” the question asks. “This includes rape as a weapon of war, domestic rape, rape by a stranger, the lack of access to justice in rape cases, sexual harassment and coercion into sex as a form of corruption.”

While all the behaviors listed are vile, it seems sort of self-evident that some are worse than others. Being sexually harassed by a colleague can be dehumanizing and traumatizing, but it’s nowhere near the ballpark of wartime rape. The justice system failing American rape victims is all too common and disappointing, but that’s not nearly as bad as countries that require two women to contradict a male witness.

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