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Jane said that was part of the reason why she did not want to report her attacker to police."I didn't want that stigma of 'you probably deserved it', 'you did the stupid thing of going to meet a random guy in a car park', where it was well lit, where I thought I'd feel safe," Jane said.
Jane also said the man who attacked her might be using the sites to target others."I don't know how many other women he's done it to, and that's what the scary part is," Jane said."It breaks my heart because I hear of so many stories from Tinder dates where it all goes wrong.
A higher number of rapes and sexual assaults being reported to police could show more survivors are seeking justice.But clinical psychologist Karen Aspinall, from support service Laurel House, said while it was possible the world was becoming safer, she doubted it."I'm not seeing that — I'm certainly not seeing anything out there that leads me to believe that it's getting better," Ms Aspinall said.