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Data are presented on young people's sexual victimization and perpetration from 10 European countries (Slovakia, and Spain) using a shared measurement tool (N = 3,480 participants aged between 18 and 27 years). Between 19.7 and 52.2% of female and between 10.1 and 55.8% of male respondents reported having experienced at least one incident of sexual victimization since the age of consent. In two countries, victimization rates were significantly higher for men than for women. Between 5.5 anddoi:10.1080/13691058.2014.989265 pmid:25567318 fatcat:qbrixo7ttjh2faqwxb2j5l7adi