Which Statement Is Not Included in the Definition of Sexual
Which statement is NOT included in the definition of sexual assault? A)Consensual oral sex. B)Vaginal penetration when the victim is incapable of giving consent. C)Anal penetration obtained by force. D)Being touched in a manner that is not desired.
Which of the following was NOT a criticism of Canada's rape law prior to 1983? A)Only forced heterosexual intercourse was considered rape. B)The complainant's testimony was enough to convict. C)Husbands could not be charged with raping their wives. D)A victim's prior sexual activity was admissible as court evidence.
In 1980,Valery was sexually assaulted at a college party.Her assaulter was a boy that she had a crush on and was initially excited to be getting attention from.However,when Valery was alone with the boy away from the party rooms,he quickly and forcefully pushed her against the wall and penetrated her under her skirt.Valery felt upset and ashamed.She ran back to her dorm,showered,and cried herself to sleep.Weeks later,she finally told her good friend what had happened.But she would not report the assault to the police saying that they wouldn't be able to do anything anyways.Which of the following is MOST TRUE regarding Valery's beliefs that lead her to not report the incident? A)Because of where the assault occurred,what Valery did after the assault,and the time since the assault,she is probably accurate in her statement. B)Despite the events that led up to and after the assault,Valery should still report for she might have a chance of conviction if the police investigate. C)Because Valery knew and was attracted to her assaulter,it is not really a sexual assault under the criminal code at the time. D)Valery is correct that the police can't do much because sexual assault in 1980 was a civil offence.
When William was 19 years-old,he was swarmed by a group of boys after work,late at night.The boys held William down,stripped him,and simulated anal and oral sex against him.Which of the following answers indicates the difference between how the criminal law was relevant to William in 1982 compared to today? A)The law in 1982 and today are the same.William's experience was scary but it was not a sexual assault because there was no anal penetration. B)In 1982,the law did not recognize sexual assault on a man and because he was not anally penetrated.Today,the laws would recognize William's experience as sexual assault. C)The law works the same for William in 1982 and today;his experience would be considered a sexual assault. D)The law between 1982 and today changed in terms of sexual assault,but this is a case of pure violence and would not be prosecuted as sexual assault.