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Most victims of sexual crimes in Japan never seek help.
According to a government report, many women attempt to deal with the trauma of an attack or rape by themselves.
67.9% of respondents to a poll said they had told no one about the incident.
When asked why, 46.2% replied they were "too embarrassed" to talk about the horrible experience. Twenty-two percent said they wanted to forget the whole thing. Twenty-nine percent, the third largest reply, was "nothing will change if I speak up."
Source: Jiji Press
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