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Most worrying however is that almost two-thirds of victims believe the abuse to be in some way their fault.
The stark reality of these statistics will not shock many it appears, since over half (55%) of respondents claim to know other young women within their social circles that have fallen victim to some form of dating or domestic abuse.
The most common forms of abuse experienced by these young women include: • Emotional or psychological abuse (89%) • Verbal abuse (67%) • Physical abuse (50%) • Cyber (24%) • Stalking (15%) Unfortunately dating abuse is one issue that is not being discussed at a national level, and as such there is little or no legislation to protect victims.
With dating abuse, victims do not live with their partners and therefore are not entitled to protection under current domestic violence legislation.
Most women in relationships (88%) said they’d always been faithful to their men and many said the sex just kept getting better.
But although a significant number of Irish ladies have said they’d done things like have sex outdoors or fantasise about having threesomes, Irish singles were not nearly as promiscuous as you might expect.
To raise awareness of the issue of ‘Dating Abuse’ and funds for Women’s Aid, SHEmazing!
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Ireland’s biggest young female site reveals shocking new research highlighting the prevalence of ‘Dating Abuse’ amongst its audience of predominately 18 -35 year old women.
With over 1,000 women taking part in the first survey looking at this issue in over 10-years, SHEmazing girls reveal that over one in three of them have experienced some form of dating abuse within their intimate relationships.