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Sep 11, 2014
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FHM Nation, have you been watching the news? Rape-slay incidents involving children and women are being reported left and right, and it's a disturbing trend that must be put to an end as soon as possible.

In fact, the authorities have the numbers to back this claim up. GMA News Online recently reported about the growing number of rape cases in the Philippines, and we would like nothing more than to spread the information. We love women as much as the next man, but no man in his right mind would ever abuse a woman's body. Ibang usapan na 'yan!

If you have a wife, a girlfriend, a daughter, a sister, or even a female best friend, it would be wise to watch over them 24/7. Because if these numbers are any indication, it appears that rapists are everywhere these days. Read on to know more! 


Number of rape incidents involving women and child victims in 2013 alone, according to the Philippine National Police Women and Children Protection Center (PNP-WCPC). That’s approximately one reported rape incident every 96 minutes--a harrowing rate that must be curbed quickly.

Video via GMA News Online


Actual number of rape incidents in 2013, if you include the data tallied by the Philippine National Police Directorate for Investigation and Detective Management (PNP-DIDM). That’s one reported rape incident every 72 minutes, which gives you a clue as to how barbaric our society has devolved.

Video via GMA News Online


Percentage of total reported child rape cases since 1999, the remaining 24.5 percent being women. This means three out of every four rape incidents reported to the PNP-WCPC involved child victims. No type of rape could ever be socially or morally acceptable but at the top of this evil pyramid are those victims that are extremely powerless, the children.

Video via GMA News Online


Average number of rape incidents per year since 1999. This means we’ve approximately amassed over 58,000 rape cases in the last 15 years. Mind you, this doesn’t even include those that aren’t reported--which means that we don't really know how deep this well of sin runs.

Video via GMA News Online


Estimated number of child rape cases involving kids aged 14-18 years in 2013, according to the Department of Social Welfare and Development. In addition to that, there are also 300 cases of rape involving kids aged 5-14 years.

Video via GMA News Online

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