Christine Chen, a Facebook spokeswoman, told the New York Times that, “this is a hideous crime and we do not tolerate this kind of content on Facebook.” She added that, “if someone does violate our community standards while using Live, we want to interrupt these streams as quickly as possible when they’re reported to us.
So we’ve given people a way to report violations during a live broadcast.” [Police in India accused of raping at least 16 women, human rights watchdog says] Countries across Europe have been grappling with ways to fight sexual assault.
One woman told reporters that a man in the video “pulled off her clothes and lay on top of her.” According to Buzz Feed, the witness said she also saw one of the men pull out a gun and point it toward the camera, taunting viewers to “Come here, then.” Others told reporters that the men in the video held the victim at gunpoint and forced her to say that she hadn't been attacked.
Linda Johansson told Swedish Television News that one of the men “was putting the words in her mouth,” and that he “was very derisive and laughed throughout.” [Father and son accused of rape want ‘only law book that truly matters’ at their trial: The Bible] As the police heard the reports, they asked that anyone who had seen the video make images available to law enforcement.
The study was based on responses from the 2,254 Swedes questioned in the survey.
A 2006 study published in a US medical journal specialised in sexually transmitted diseases, entitled “Estimates of the Number of Female Sex Workers in Different Regions of the World”, showed that Sweden had one of the lowest rates of female prostitution in the world, at just 0.1 percent.
A representative for the Swedish Association for Sexuality Education told the news agency TT that it could be speculated that young gay men “have an easier time accepting their sexuality if they do it in exchange for something, like a few beers or a recharge of their phone card.” The study found that 21.9 percent of youths aged 16 to 25 “think it is acceptable that others have sexual relations in exchange for compensation,” adding that young men are in general more tolerant than young women.
Half of the clients of male and female prostitutes under the age of 26 were also under the age of 26, Nyman said.
More than twice as many young men in Sweden sell sex as do women, a study published Monday by the Swedish National Board for Youth Affairs said.
According to the study, 2.1 percent of Swedish males aged 16 to 25 said they had prostituted themselves in 2012, compared to 0.8 percent of women.
The Baltic Sea lies to the east of Sweden, as well as the Gulf of Bothnia, which separates Sweden from most of Finland.
The northernmost part of Sweden belongs to the Arctic.
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