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This paper describes the experiences of ten victims-survivors in the United Kingdom whose abusive partners coerced them into unwanted sex with third parties, or attempted to do so. In some cases, this took place in the context of prostitution, in other cases not. This paper discusses these victims’-survivors’ experiences of unwanted sex with third parties as an element of their wider abusive relationships, and how this form of violence/abuse affected their experiences seeking and obtaining help and justice. Unwanted sex with third parties is a potential element of abuse by intimate partners that should be identified and addressed together with other harms experienced by victims-survivors.
|Pages (from-to)||107-121 (15)|
|Journal||Journal of Gender-Based Violence|
|Early online date||29 Jan 2020|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Feb 2020|
- SPS Centre for Gender and Violence Research
- domestic violence and abuse
- sexual exploitation
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Justice, Inequality and Gender Based Violence
Hester, M., Abrahams, H. A., Aghtaie, N., Bates, L., Eisenstadt, N., Gangoli, G., Matolcsi, A., Mulvihill, N., Patsios, D., Turner, W., Walker, S., Williamson, E., Robinson, A., McPhee, D., Rumney, P., Williams, A., Sterk, G. & Magnusson, L.
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