Assailants' sexual dysfunction during rape reported by their victims.

@article{Bownes1991AssailantsSD,
  title={Assailants' sexual dysfunction during rape reported by their victims.},
  author={I T Bownes and Ethna C O'Gorman},
  journal={Medicine, science, and the law},
  year={1991},
  volume={31 4},
  pages={322-8}
}
Sexual dysfunction is known to occur in a proportion of rapists during the assault. The most common dysfunctions are erectile insufficiency and absent or retarded ejaculation. The study assessed the incidence and characteristics of assailants' sexual dysfunction reported by 50 victims of rape. 20% of victims reported that their assailant experienced erectile insufficiency at some point during the assault, and a further 12% reported retarded ejaculation or failure to ejaculate by their attacker… CONTINUE READING
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