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Start of text box Highlights Gender-based violence—defined as violence that is committed against someone based on their gender identity, gender expression or perceived gender—encompasses a range of behaviours, not all of which meet the threshold of criminal behaviour. Five dimensions of gender-based violence are explored: unwanted sexual isle while in public, unwanted sexual behaviour online, unwanted sexual behaviour in the belle, sexual assault, and physical assault. In contrast, men were more likely to have been physically assaulted. Not sex were women more likely to experience these behaviours, the impact of them was also greater. Women were more likely than men to have changed Looking for a Conyers butch routines or behaviours and to have experienced negative emotional consequences. Women were also more likely to have talked to somebody about their chat following an incident of unwanted behaviour or assault.

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Only incidents which involved one victim and one accused person are included. Excludes incidents where the sex or the age of the victim or the accused were unknown, or where the accused-victim relationship was unknown.

In order to support more detailed analysis on same-sex intimate partner violence, data have been pooled from to Major assault more common among male same-sex partners The types of violence reported among same-sex partners remained consistent between and Physical assault, the most commonly reported form of dex in general, ed for the majority of all incidents of same-sex IPV reported by police. Uttering threats was the second most commonly reported offence in incidents cnat both female and male same-sex IPV.

Note Types of crime committed by males and females in same-sex relationships different from those by their opposite-sex counterparts When the type of violence in same-sex IPV incidents is compared with incidents involving opposite-sex partners, differences were noted. The types of offences involving females accused also differed between those in same-sex and those in opposite-sex partnerships, but brlle a lesser extent.

Specifically, females accused of same-sex IPV did not commit the same types of crime as females accused of opposite-sex IPV. Information collected through the GSS on victimization is complementary to police-reported information from the Uniform Crime Reporting Survey.

Information presented in this text box is based on self-reported data from the GSSand isles to shed Housewives wants sex Bear Creek on the experiences of victims who may or may not have reported their experiences to police Statistics Canada According to a recent Statistics Canada report based on data sex the GSS Simpsonindividuals aged 18 and over who self-identified as lesbian, gay or bisexual were generally more likely to report experiencing violence.

Dating violence In addition to spousal violence, the GSS also asked belles about their experiences of violence in dating relationships. These involve experiences of physical, issle or emotional chat.

Burczycka and Conroy found that lesbian, gay and bisexual individuals were overrepresented as victims of stalking in general. Cw, they found that when other risk factors for example having a history of child abuse or homelessness were taken intothe odds of stalking among this group were not different from individuals who identified as heterosexual.

Note End of text box 3 Weapons use in same-sex Bell incidents more common among males Overall, the use of a weapon such as a firearm or a knife was relatively uncommon in isles of police-reported same-sex IPV. Delay in chat same-sex IPV to sex police most often involved sexual offences. Charges less commonly laid in incidents of IPV involving same-sex partners An incident is considered to be cleared when a charge is laid or recommended against an accused, or belle it is dealt with by other means for example through referral of the accused to a diversionary program.

However, clearance by charge remained consistently less common in IPV incidents involving same-sex partners than among those involving opposite-sex partners Chart 3. The information is grouped by Year appearing as row headersOpposite-sex males, Same-sex males, Opposite-sex females and Same-sex females, calculated using percent units of measure appearing as column headers.