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Volume: 144  ,  Issue: 1 , March    Published Date: 11 March 2024
Publisher Name: IJRP
Views: 142  ,  Download: 47 , Pages: 370 - 373    
DOI: 10.47119/IJRP1001441320246165


# Author Name
1 Juang Aprianto BP Pasaribu
2 Adriansyah Lubis
3 Doaris Ingrid Marbun


Obscenity according to the KBBI is a process, method, obscene or obscene act. In general, obscenity can be interpreted as any type of act or action that violates decency and decency which is included in the scope of lust for kissing, touching, and so on without penetration. In Indonesia, in 2021 the Ministry of Womens Empowerment and Child Protection (PPPA) recorded that there were 10,247 cases of violence against women of which 15.2% were sexual violence. While 45.1% of the 14,517 cases of violence against children were cases of sexual violence, this number is equivalent to 6,547 cases of sexual violence against children in 2021. This case report is intended as a discussion material to increase knowledge in cases of obscenity. In this report, the victim is a 13-year-old woman who claimed to have been raped by a known person 3 times at different times at the victims house. The victim found slashes on the left forearm and sole and an old torn wound on the hymen. The victim said she felt scared and guilty. The results of the examination concluded that the victim was sexually abused and depressed.


  • depression
  • obscenity
  • sexually