This data is based on a survey implemented within the EU-project “I can choose to say no. Empowering youth, especially girls, to stand up against cyber sexual and gender-based violence in intimate partner relationships“ implemented with young people in Hungary, Croatia, Serbia and Spain.
The project raised awareness, educated and empowered specifically girls to stand up to violence and being active agents of change in ending cyber sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) in adolescents’ intimate partner relationships.
In all countries, girls were more exposed to:
Blackmail that their private information/photos/video will be published if they do not do something sexual in return
In all countries,boyswere more exposed to:
Online threats via chat/e-mail/comments related to their physical safety
Pressure to watch online porn or participate in acts inspired by online porn (except in Spain where girls and boys were exposed to it equally)
Experience of sexual harassment in the form of receiving unsolicited photo of someone’s intimate body parts
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