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A sign outlines some of the rules for use of the public computers at the Dudley-Tucker Library in Raymond, but the director says the library’s policy doesn’t address accessing pornography. 

UNH: One in 10 young people admit being sexually violent, 2% claim to have raped

The majority of 14 to 21-year-olds, questioned by the University of New Hampshire, reported using coercive tactics, such as arguing, putting pressure on a partner, getting angry or making someone feel guilty, rather than using threats or physical force.


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