3.7% of men in rural Bangladesh had raped another man.89.2% of urban Bangladeshi men answered 'agree' or 'strongly agree' to the statement 'if a woman doesn't physically fight back, it's not rape.' Members of the Pakistani military and supporting Islamist militias from Jamaat-e-Islami raped between 200,000 and 400,000 Bangladeshi women, according to Bangladeshi and Indian sources, in a systematic campaign of genocidal rape.
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The Australian Women's Safety Survey conducted by the Bureau of Statistics in 1996 involved a random sample of 6,300 women aged 18 and over.
It produced incidence finding of 1.9 per cent for sexual assault in the previous 12 months.
Bangladesh has received criticism for its employment of the "two-finger test" in rape investigations.
This test consists of a physical examination of women who report rape during which a doctor inserts two fingers in the woman's vagina to determine whether the woman is "habituated to sex".
Statistics on rape and other sexual assaults are commonly available in industrialized countries, and are becoming more common throughout the world.
Inconsistent definitions of rape, different rates of reporting, recording, prosecution and conviction for rape create controversial statistical disparities, and lead to accusations that many rape statistics are unreliable or misleading.
due to laws against premarital sex), and doubt in local law enforcement.
A United Nations statistical report compiled from government sources showed that more than 250,000 cases of rape or attempted rape were recorded by police annually. Most rape research and reporting to date has been limited to male-female forms of rape.
Article 336 of the Penal Code stipulates that rape is a punishable offence, but does not give a definition of rape (which is left to the courts).