The word “fuck” is used to describe sexual assault, and a study published last month found that the word was used by an average of 7.2% of women in the US.
The study, “Exploring the Use of the Word ‘Fuck’ in the English Language: A Cross-National Comparison,” looked at the frequency of use of the word in US states from the 2009-2010 study “American English: The Essential Guide to Using, Using, and Using Again,” which was published in the Journal of Abnormal Psychology.
The researchers also looked at data from a 2009 survey of 8,600 American college students.
They found that 1.6% of female students had used the word “fucking” to describe their sexual assault.
In contrast, 3.3% of male students had been called that term.
The difference between the two studies was that the female students were asked how many times they had used that word, whereas the male students were asking how many of those times they used it to describe rape.
But in both studies, the study found that “fuck,” when used to characterize sexual assault was used about 10 times more often than the other terms.
“In our opinion, this means that ‘fuck,’ the preferred term of rape victims, is more frequently used than other terms, especially as it relates to sexual assault in the context of a rape culture, and in this particular study, that includes the general public,” lead researcher Dr. Sarah Reimer said in a statement.
The authors of the study, Dr. Christine K. Reimer, and Dr. Jennifer S. Klimas, a professor of communication at the University of Michigan, also said that the frequency with which “fuck is used in the United States is comparable to the prevalence of rape in the general population.”
They found the same pattern of usage in other parts of the world, including Brazil, India, Pakistan, and Mexico.
The prevalence of the term “fuck in the USA” in the country of origin is higher than that of rape and sexual assault as a whole, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
But while the number of people who use the term is higher in the U.S., it’s not higher in other countries.
Researchers have noted that the U,S.
has higher rates of rape than other developed countries.
“We do not have any data to support the idea that the prevalence rates are higher in these countries,” Dr. Reimer told ABC News.
“However, as with other countries, we would argue that they have higher rates.”
“We also found that in some instances, such as in South Africa, the use of ‘fuck in South African’ was a marker of ‘high status’ in society, while ‘fuck-in-the-USA’ was more commonly used to indicate that the perpetrator was a member of the lower social strata,” she said.
“The reason for the discrepancy in use is not known.”
The study was published online Tuesday.
In a separate study published in 2016, researchers found that, for a similar length of time, the term was also used by 6.6%.
The researchers believe the “fuck-on-the-” part may reflect the fact that the phrase was used in a way that would cause the victim to stop talking or even think about saying “fuck.”
That may be why the researchers found a correlation between “fuck on the-” and “rape.”
However, the researchers said that, in the study of 876 people, they were unable to find a relationship between “rape” and “fuck-” in a similar way.