عنوان مقاله [English]
In the law of the Islamic Republic of Iran, in Article 224 of the Islamic Penal Code, the punishment for rape is the death penalty. Social factors include increasing the age of marriage, watching violent sex films, and imitating certain groups. But psychologists refer to sexual disorders as "sexual abnormalities." These abnormalities are aberrations that involve a person's sexual attraction. Patients with this type of disorder are so dependent on the purpose of the sofa that they can only experience sexual gratification if they exist. Dealing with the method of proving rape has led the courts and the supreme judicial authorities to go astray and, with extreme support for the rights of the accused, to easily provide for the abuse of the rights of the victim. Ignoring the sexual rights of individuals in society and not addressing them in the media has made people unaware of their sexual rights, severe and disproportionate punishments for rape have caused the courts to Do not consider these punishments commensurate with the act committed in the presence of his good conscience, consider themselves responsible and refuse to attribute Bejeh to the accused under any pretext. Instead, light punishments for some violent sexual offenses led to offenders being encouraged and re-offended. The lack of punishment for very heinous sexual acts has doubled the weakness and inefficiency of Iranian law in this area. The research is a descriptive analytical study. While using texts and theories using internet and library research, the results showed that there is a significant difference in the legal and penal systems of Iran with other countries.