There have been an increasing number of rape cases involving juveniles as perpetrators. The accessibility of pornography has been partly blamed for this trend and many people have argued that parents and schools should shoulder the responsibility of keeping youngsters away from pornographers. However, mention is seldom made of the victims in rape cases. A rape victim faces a lot of psychological and sometimes other health problems following an attack. Such victims may be afraid of facing other people and may retreat from relationships with the opposite sex. The trauma will last for a long time. Of course, professionals such as psychologists can help heal the scars, but even non-professionals can help. There should be no discrimination and rape victims must be persuaded to report the crime to the police. Those of us who know a rape victim should try our best to help that person. They need our care and support to help with their recovery.