The “rape toy” industry has been a hot topic recently, as consumers are becoming increasingly aware of the sexual exploitation and exploitation of women online.
According to a recent study by online news site BuzzFeed, the rape toy market in India is worth US$1 billion annually.
In the United States, there are over 500 rape and domestic violence related online services, according to the National Rape Crisis Helpline.
In India, the market is largely unregulated.
However, a study by the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) revealed that of the 5,000 rape kits, only a handful have been submitted for DNA testing.
The NCRB said that the “rape kit” refers to a single, unidentified sample of the victim’s vaginal swab taken from the victim after a sexual assault.
This sample is then tested for DNA, to determine the origin of the DNA.
The study also said that many rape kits were not tested because of a lack of testing equipment and a lack in information from the police, leading to the rape kit backlog.
According, the NCRB, there were 8,700 rape kits in India, of which 2,600 were submitted for testing.
This study also found that of these, only 2% had been tested for the presence of DNA.
On a global scale, the “rapid response” to sexual violence has been slow to emerge.
A report by the UN’s Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in December 2015 said that sexual violence in countries with large numbers of refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) had grown by a whopping 30% in the past three years.
The report also said a growing number of people were “missing in action” and “dying in silence” after witnessing sexual violence, with a significant number of victims also reporting being unable to access justice because of fear of retaliation or retribution.
“Sexual violence is the ultimate threat to women and girls, and it has become increasingly difficult for governments to tackle the issue in their own countries,” the OCHA report stated.
“The impact of sexual violence on women and their families is often hidden from public view, and there is no comprehensive national strategy or mechanism for addressing the problem.”
While India is one of the most populous countries in the world, it has a long history of sexual and gender-based violence.
This violence has also been widely reported by other countries.
In a 2014 report by Amnesty International, the UN Human Rights Council described India as “one of the world’s most unequal countries”.
It said that Indian laws criminalising sexual violence and the “disproportionate” punishment for sexual violence against women “have disproportionately affected women and minorities”.
The report said that “gender discrimination is prevalent across India’s criminal justice system, in the criminal justice and justice administration, and in police practices, sentencing and sentencing procedures, the criminal procedure law, and other institutions and laws”.
The OCHA found that rape is not only a crime against women, but a crime of gender and gender related violence.
“The sexual violence that is perpetrated against women is an affront to human dignity and an affliction on society as a whole,” the report stated, adding that it “represents the most serious violation of women’s rights and fundamental freedoms.”