While blasphemy is something of a joke in certain countries like Spain and Czech Republic, it is quite the opposite in others. In fact, many cultures find blasphemy so deeply offensive it is considered a criminal act. Defined as insulting or showing contempt or lack of reverence for God, blasphemy can take many forms and result in a broad range of punishments. This infographic, … [Read more...]
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Security Baron made this infographic to depict the most dangerous states for women. Titled “The Most Dangerous States for Women: Women’s Sexual Safety Index (WSSI) Based on Percentage of Population,” it contains data compiled from FBI crime reports on rape (legacy definition) and CDC-reported acts of sexual violence, unwanted sexual contact, stalking, and similar crimes. The … [Read more...]
The Golden State Killer is thought to have been responsible for dozens of rapes, murders, and burglaries in the 1970s and 1980s, mostly in California. After 40 years, a suspect, Joseph James DeAngelo, was recently arrested. Reddit user Mackteague made this infographic titled “Timeline of the Golden State Killer.” It features an illustrated timeline depicting the Joseph James … [Read more...]
The National Sexual Violence Resource Center created this infographic to raise awareness regarding sexual violence in the military. The numbers are based on data compiled in 2012. The infographic begins by showing how many military men and women were in each of the five branches, as well as how many were in the military total in that year. It also shows the ratio of females to … [Read more...]
The Second Amendment is one of the most widely-debated in the U.S. Constitution. Federal Charges made this infographic to explain what the Second Amendment really means. It details the two theories on the passage, the Collective Right Theory and Individual Right Theory. In addition, it outlines how the United States has more civilian-owned guns per capita than any other nation … [Read more...]