The internet has a reputation for being a dangerous place for women.
But a new study suggests that’s not always the case.
A recent study by University of California-Davis researchers found that women are more likely to get sexually assaulted online if they use escort services.
The study, which looked at 2,824 sexual assaults reported in the United States from 2011 to 2015, found that men and women in the same age bracket were more likely than their peers to be victimized by another person online.
The researchers then took a look at the characteristics of these perpetrators.
In other words, they looked at how much the men and the women were interacting online, and they also looked at the behavior of those who were victimized by them.
The more they interacted with the person they were attacking, the more likely it was that they would be targeted.
For example, men who interacted with a stranger online were more than twice as likely to be assaulted than those who didn’t.
And the perpetrators were more aggressive in their attacks.
“The findings suggest that online victimization is a form of sexual violence,” the study’s authors write.
“If you’re a victim, the first thing you do is make sure you’re aware of what’s going on.
And if you’re the person targeted, make sure that you’re willing to take responsibility for your actions.”
The researchers also looked for ways to protect women and men online, including keeping an eye on their behavior and how they interact with others online.
This research suggests that online predators are targeting vulnerable people, including women, for their sexual gratification, and the research shows that the majority of victims of online harassment have some kind of online relationship.
And because these attacks are so prevalent online, it’s important that people are aware of them and take precautions, the researchers wrote.
“We have a lot of information to help victims navigate this dangerous environment,” the researchers concluded.
So don’t get yourself into a situation where you have to confront someone who is trying to harm you, even if you’ve been a victim.