Experts believe that this is the result that increasingly extreme pornographic scenes become the norm.
British women’s rights advocates are concerned that the violence during sex taking place by mutual consent, is becoming an increasingly commonplace.
As shown by the results of a study conducted for the radio station bi-Bi-si 5 Live, more than a third of British women under 40 years of age were faced with the fact that during sex, their partner unexpectedly and against their will, slapped them, strangled, pinched mouth and spat in them.
Every fifth woman has experienced that, even if everything happened by mutual consent, said that she was upset or scared.
At the request of Bi-bi-si Savanta the research company ComRes asked a 2002 women aged 18 to 39 years, whether they are faced with cases where they would be slashed, tried to choke, spit or did something similar during regular sex, and if so, whether it was unwanted for them.
More than one third of women (38%) said that they it was against their will, at least in some cases. About two thirds reported that either their deal was, but they had nothing against (31%) or that they never happened, they don’t know or prefer not to answer (31%).
Organization “Center for women’s justice,” said bi-Bi-si, that this statistic suggests that young women is more and more pressure to accept violence towards themselves, the humiliation and the opportunity to be in danger. Experts believe that this is the result that increasingly extreme pornographic scenes become the norm.