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Miller et al. 1993) Sexual abuse was then defined as follows: victimisation experiences prior to the age of 18 and that occurred against the victim’s will or under conditions that would not allow the victim to consent with full knowledge. This definition follows guidelines established by Finkelhor (1979). Perpetrators included any relative, someone at least five years older than the victim, or anyone who forced sexual activity against the victim’s will. To limit the measure to the most potentially harmful sexual experiences, we excluded any boyfriend experience that was defined as consensual by the woman, even if the boyfriend was more than five years older.