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Sexual victimization perpetrated by women is more common than you think, study reveals




NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 23:  Protesters stand outside of a Manhattan court as former IMF director  Dominique Strauss-Kahn exits the court on August 23, 2011 in New York City.
NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 23: Protesters stand outside of a Manhattan court as former IMF director Dominique Strauss-Kahn exits the court on August 23, 2011 in New York City.
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When you hear the words sexual assault, who do you picture as the perpetrator? And who do you see as the victim? 

There's a good chance you might assume the perpetrator is a man and the victim is a woman because that's often how such situations unfold. 

But not always.

There are plenty of instances when men are the victims and women the aggressors. That's just one of the surprising findings of a new study by Lara Stemple. She is the director of UCLA's Health and Human Rights Law Project. Stemple spoke with Take Two's Alex Cohen about  her findings.

To hear the full interview, click the blue play button above.