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January 27, 2008

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Norway doesn't have a juridical definition of "rape" It is all "sexual imposition of the xxx degree". The number of rapes is entirely dependent on where you draw the line for what constitutes a rape.

A reasearch effort a few years back got a very high incidence of rape by defining rape as "any unwanted sign of sexual interest" Including glances and whistles, as well as any attention that the woman "felt" was sexual.
Unsurprisingly, they got a very high incidence of rapes, as will if you count random glances.

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