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Silence
One out of every four college woman has been a victim of rape. Through the decades, men are seen as the alpha male seeking to use aggressive behavior towards women, which is exactly what is happening. Women are told that they are no one in society, to stay quiet “or else”, or the fear of loosing “love” which makes women more applicable to be subjected to instances such as rape. Even further more, in college many women are in a learning process in their life where many of these instances occur. Although, women have stayed in silence and will continue to choose to stay hidden, many women are coming out against these men. In college many athletes, especially male athletes, have the alter ego and reputation to account for many of the rape acts that occur in college settings. In today’s society, there are many outlets for sexual harassment victims to reach out to, but the fear embossed in college females still out do the fact that there is many legal protections and outlets they can turn to.
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, states that it is a federal civil rights…
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