Seems there is no state without rape
For example, in Canada there is a new crime of rape
A teenage girl who hanged herself after the alleged rape and months of bullying, after the image is said that the attack was shared online
The girl was sexually assaulted by four boys
Her family said she committed suicide was the result of nearly two years of bullying and depression
There are confessions of the family: for example, her daughter's only 15. After drinking vodka with others at a friend's house, and soon became severely intoxicated
But what did the police now?
Police did not arrest any person or convicted in connection with the incident, referring to the lack of evidence
And has said the family took a picture of rape in 2011 and subjected her daughter because it came after bullying viral
But after a year-long investigation, the police concluded there were no grounds to charge the four males due to lack of evidence
He told Canadian Justice Minister Ross Landry said he hoped to meet with the mother Ms Parsons soon to discuss this issue
It seems now that there is a tendency in Canada to study the new laws when it comes to allegations of sexual assault and distribution of child pornography.
In Canada, The report issued by the Canadian Foundation for Education and the Family in 2004 that many studies have shown that there is a strong correlation between children's exposure to pornography and deviant sexual behavior,
And that there is an urgent need for laws and legislation to protect children from exposure to pornography; whether through traditional sources;
For example, TV and magazines, or through modern challenge they face and imposed on them from the Internet.
In Germany, explained one of the studies show that rates of sexual crimes have decreased after the issuance of legislation codifies the issue of «Article pornography».
In Japan, some parties demanded to issue legislation to protect children from exposure to pornography, especially after this issue has become the focus of broad social interest.
On the other hand acknowledged and the foreign ministers of the Group of Eight, which includes America, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Britain and Japan, a statement formula undertake to address sexual violence in conflict