In this chapter, I examine testimonies and secondary accounts of various forms of sexual violence, predominantly against women and girls. I describe and analyse diﬀerent forms of sexual assaults and sexualised violence, highlighting commonalities and diﬀerences. The testimonies and accounts describe events which occurred both in and out of detention and thus they cover experiences of violence in a variety of places and times. As with other forms of violence after the coup, sexual violence was perpetrated within homes, detention centres, police stations, prisons, villages and towns, in ﬁelds, in forests and plantations, on roads, on riverbanks. This violence also went on for many years after the coup and thus, although most of these accounts describe events which occurred in the mid-to-late 1960s, some recount events that happened well into the late 1970s and beyond. It should also be noted that most of the information discussed in this chapter refers to events which occurred in detention settings, simply because the majority of women participants in this research were those who had been political prisoners.