Forensic Evidence

The presence of semen in the anus or rectum of a male complainant can be corroborative evidence of alleged anal intercourse in conjunction with the presented history and possible physical findings.

The same is only true for a female complainant if no semen is detected in the vagina, because semen has been found on rectal and anal swabs taken from women who described vaginal intercourse only. It is postulated that the presence of semen in these cases results from vaginal drainage (49,179).

Swabs should also be taken if a condom or lubricant was used during the sexual assault and if anilingus is alleged (see Subheading 7.2. and Heading 11).

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