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#1 Posted : Saturday, March 8, 2014 2:29:33 PM(UTC)
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Could the prevailing sexual harassment trend affect the mobility of women and hence, access to services and economic opportunities?
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#2 Posted : Friday, June 20, 2014 7:33:37 PM(UTC)
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1. Could the prevailing sexual harassment trend affect the mobility of women and hence, access to services and economic opportunities?

Women are in the majority of countries of the world to the phenomenon of sexual harassment . which is one of the intended types of violence directed against women and in many cases up to the crime of rape.
Generally can limit the effects of the most common consequences of sexual harassment in the following points:
1 - decline in school performance, frequent absences, and repetition.
2 - doubt and insecurity and trust in others.
3 - the impact on social relations and the difficulty of dealing with others.
4 - left to work for fear of being sexually harassed.
5 - mental disorders: anxiety, tension, or panic attacks, or fear, or depression.
6 - affective disorders.
7 - personal destruction.
8 - to avoid everything that comes experience and the incident.
9 - sexual deviations, and homosexuality and interest in sexual topics, and engage in romantic relationships forbidden.
10 - Stress and poor motivation.
11 - the feeling of shame and guilt and self-blame and contempt.
12 - sleep disorders and nightmares.
13 - frequent daydreaming.
14 - headaches and distractions and difficulty concentrating.
15 - vomiting and intestinal disorders without any organic cause.
16 - Infections of the genital tract.
17 - menstrual disorders, or interruption.
18 - a sense of impurity and lack of hygiene.
19 - eating disorders.
20 - feeling angry and aggressive toward the aggressor and the other, with the desire to take revenge on the assailant or his colleagues.
21 - a sense of helplessness and inferiority.
22 - high blood pressure.
23 - loss of self-confidence.
24 - sexual problems of disability sexual.
25 - withdrawal and isolation and introversion and shyness.
26 - Loss of interest in life, and thoughts of suicide, or suicide.
27 - recidivism, goal of bedwetting or sucking fingers.
28 - PTSD.
29 - Loss of the ability to approach the safe from the man, and if married women abused they may fear intimacy.
30 - off marriage.

Written By:[Abeer Abd-ElRohman]
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