When people scoff at the message that we need to teach people not to rape they make the assumption that the lesson goes: “Rape is bad. Don’t do it.” That is not what the lesson looks like. The lesson, once it is adopted, will be that every single person out there, regardless of any defining personal characteristics, is a human being of value, and with a right to make their own decisions about what bodily contact to have with others.
Todd Akin’s medieval science + pithily excremental phrasing has brought out the musical in a number of people who are much cleverer than him.
Another former Victorian policeman has come forward and backed claims that a 2004 rape investigation involving AFL player Stephen Milne was compromised.
I need some input on an FAQ on “rape apology” for Finally, A Feminism 101 Blog. I want to make sure that I cover all the bases and include lots of links. Any suggestions gratefully considered.
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