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The politics of rape : the victim's perspective

Author: Diana E H Russell
Publisher: New York : Stein and Day, 1984, ©1974.
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Diana E H Russell
ISBN: 0812818601 9780812818604
OCLC Number: 10924930
Description: 311 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: The victim. 1. The trauma of rape --
2. The virgin and the whore --
3. Good girls get raped, too --
4. Females as prey --
5. Females as cunts --
6. The stigma of being raped --
The rapist. 7. No right to say no --
8. Lovers rape, too --
9. Some our best friends are rapists --
10. Give it to me, bitch, or I'll rape you --
11. Some rapists think they're lovers --
12. Father, husbands, and other rapists --
Rape and race. 13. White man wants a black piece --
14. Rape and black rage --
15. White racism has many faces --
16. The rape of a white radical --
17. Reverse racism and rape --
Rape and society. 18. Keep it to yourself --
19. Warning : men are dangerous, on the road and in the police stations --
20. Sexual liberation without sex-role liberation can get you raped --
21. Psychiatrists, husbands, and others find the victim guilty --
22. Get back down under, uppity woman! --
23. Rapists speak for themselves --
24. Rape and the masculine mystique --
25. Rape and the feminine mystique --
26. Solutions : female rage and other alternatives.
Responsibility: Diana E.H. Russell.

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