Transforming a Rape Culture
Emilie Buchwald, Pamela Fletcher, Martha Roth
Milkweed Editions, 1993 - Social Science - 467 pages
A rape culture is a society that accepts sexual violence as the norm. In this groundbreaking new work, a diverse group of opinions lays the foundation for change in basic attitudes about power, gender, race, and sexuality--for a future without sexual violence. National tour.
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I identify as a native woman of this hemisphere. ... Alice Walker did not betray the
African-American community. ... the men or women of the Native American and
Chicana/Chicano community who are perpetuating oppressive regimes of being,
I understand, though, because many women of color have done this, too. In the
Chicano/Chicana and Native American communities, when we used to criticize
Chicanos and Native American men for wanting to date white women (in
Many Native American writers, for example, including myself, have voiced the
stunning revelation, "Oh, I'm not crazy — I'm an Indian!" The field of Native
American Studies has given indigenous peoples the tools and the techniques to
be able ...
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Jumping from biological essay to poem to everyday life to musical score, the author looks at boxelder bugs from more aspects than I would have thought possible. The titles are as intriguing as the ... Read full review
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Well-edited, worthy compendium of writings about sex and violence in our culture. In 34 essays—some reprinted, many published here first—well- known feminist activists, university professors ... Read full review
Are We Really Living in a Rape Culture?
Strategies for Change
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