Women's sex-obsessed dictionaries, which organize many gender nouns for you, introduce you this week to intimate relationship violence. Perhaps we've all lived in the shadow of intimate violence, afraid to go through a past we don't want to face;

The threat of Hera's boyfriend with her intimate images has sparked huge discussion in South Korea and a number of online solidarity. In fact, the former or current partner without consent to spread private images, is a kind of intimate relationship violence. (Recommended reading: Sex Express | Hora boyfriend threatened to release sex video, 270,000 netizens expressed support for the wrong not her)

Intimate relationship violence on the Internet to spread the other side of nude photos or private images as a threat, intimidation of the new state, foreign call called Revenge, Taiwan is currently temporarily translated as revenge, but because nude photos do not equal pornography, women fans here temporarily translated as revenge private image dissemination.

Revenge-style private images are distributed, often combining mental violence, sexual violence, stalking and harassment. Together, look at the types of intimate relationship violence that are less described:

Mental violence is the bulk of intimate violence

In Taiwan, where mental violence is the largest form of intimate violence, about 21 percent of Taiwanese women experience intimate relationship mental violence at least once in their lifetime, according to the latest 2016 statistics from the Department of Health and Welfare of the Administrative Council.

Mental violence, including demeaning or damaging the victim's self-awareness, isolating or isolating the victim from their support systems such as friends, families, etc., intimidating, destroying the victim's belongings, harming the victim's pet, or repeated verbal attacks that demean the victim's self-esteem, or using any person the victim cares for or values to manipulate and influence the victim's mood. In addition, mental violence includes restricting movement, preventing them from working, attending school, visiting friends or family, and forcing them to witness the child being derogatory, punished or abused.

Stalking and harassment

In addition to physical stalking, in the online age, it includes online stalking: victims being harassed and attacked online, sharing intimate photos or videos online or on communications software without consent, or surveillance and stalking in homes, schools, workplaces, and social settings, resulting in fear of victims causing mental or physical harm.

Economic violence

Economic violence refers to the victim's daily necessities, household expenses, etc., to accept unreasonable control, or refused to let the victim go out to work, or the theft of the victim's credit card, withdrawal card and so on.

Sexual violence

"Sexual violence" in intimate relationships refers to any forced, unwanted or inappropriate form of sexual activity, the most common type of sexual violence is when a husband forces his wife to have sex. In the past, we've written articles such as:"Gender Watch" "I'm more like a sex toy than a wife" Why should we talk about marriage?