Online sexual history questionnaire
Does it actually say, as The Times claims, that “3 out of 4 victims of alleged rape or sexual assault are questioned about their history”?
of the 36 ISVAs who responded said that 75% or more of trials they attended included such questioning.
S.41 of the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999 prevents the defence in a sexual case from cross-examining about the sexual history of a complainant except with leave of the court, which can only be given in certain limited circumstances.
The ‘problem’ may range from a single incident to a pattern of excessive involvement. This new sexual revolution has led to both positive and negative aspects, facilitating and enriching sexual functioning but also furnishing other risks for criminal, negative and harmful sexual conducts, or Online Sexual Problems (OSP). Online sexual activity experience of heterosexual students: Gender similarities and differences. Such difficulties include negative financial, legal, occupational, relational as well as personal repercussions from OSA. A deeper understanding of Internet sexuality is therefore important for practitioners who work in the psychological and sexological fields.Current studies on Internet sexuality span a broad spectrum with respect to data collection: interviews, questionnaires, observations, content analyses and Internet log file recordings have all been used.