A culture of violence and HIV/AIDS : a study of adolescent males in KwaMashu Township.
Mulumeoderhwa, Maroyi Willy.
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Male sexual violence is prevalent in South Africa. This study examines the attitudes and behaviour of young Zulu men towards their peer females and offers an understanding of the complex factors influencing male attitudes and behaviour towards females. The study found that men feel that they are in charge, and they cannot control their sexual urges. Therefore, when they are aroused, they believe that their girlfriend/partner/wife must meet their sexual needs. If women are reluctant to have sex, it is ok to force them to do so.