Ocean Journal of Reproductive Medicine | Volume 1, Issue 1 | Review Article | Open Access

Can we Reduce Sex Crimes in Malaysia?

Najimudeen M*

Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, International Medical School, Management and Science University, Malaysia

*Correspondence to: Najimudeen M 

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The sex crimes are alarmingly increasing in Malaysia. The sex crime is a spectrum. Sexual violence is associated with many acute and chronic sequelae such as psychological effects along with physical and psychiatric disorders. Effective prevention strategies are comprehensive addressing the multiple levels of influence for sexual violence victimization. These levels include characteristics of individuals, their relationships, social and cultural environments. The government of Malaysia is committed to prevent this, but the problem is too urgent to wait until the field has perfect solutions. This paper aims to review the problem and preventive measures of sex crimes in Malaysia.


Sex crimes; Sex traffic; Rape; Malaysia


Najimudeen M (2021) Can we Reduce Sex Crimes in Malaysia?. Oce Jour Repro Med. 1(1):1-8