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Women's erotic rape fantasies.

@inproceedings{Bivona2008WomensER,
  title={Women's erotic rape fantasies.},
  author={Jenny M. Bivona},
  year={2008}
}
This study evaluated the rape fantasies of a female undergraduate sample (N = 355) using a sexual fantasy checklist, a sexual fantasy log, a rape fantasy scenario presentation, and measures of personality. Results indicated that 62% of women have had a rape fantasy. For these women, the median rape fantasy frequency was about four times per year, with 14% of participants reporting that they had rape fantasies at least once a week. Further, rape fantasies exist on a continuum between erotic and… 

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