Are per-incident rape-pregnancy rates higher than per-incident consensual pregnancy rates?

@article{Gottschall2003ArePR,
  title={Are per-incident rape-pregnancy rates higher than per-incident consensual pregnancy rates?},
  author={Jonathan Gottschall and Tiffani A Gottschall},
  journal={Human Nature},
  year={2003},
  volume={14},
  pages={1-20}
}
Is a given instance of rape more likely to result in pregnancy than a given instance of consensual sex? This paper undertakes a review and critique of the literature on rape-pregnancy. Next, it presents our own estimation, from U.S. government data, of pregnancy rates for reproductive age victims of penile-vaginal rape. Using data on birth control usage from the Statistical Abstract of the United States, we then form an estimate of rapepregnancy rates adjusted for the substantial number of… 
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