9780847693320

Just Sex

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  • ISBN13:

    9780847693320

  • ISBN10:

    0847693325

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2000-01-01
  • Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Pub Inc

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Summary

Just Sex chronicles the movement to end all forms of sexual violence on campus and gives a voice not only to rape victims but also to reformed rape perpetrators.

Table of Contents

Foreword xi
Andrea Dworkin
Preface. They Never Burned Their Bras xvii
Acknowledgments xxv
Introduction. The New Sexual Revolution 1(16)
PART I PUTTING A FACE TO THE NAME: FROM RAPE SURVIVOR TO ACTIVIST
Survivor-Activists in the Movement against Sexual Violence
17(13)
Selden Holt
The Perfect Rape Victim
30(9)
Katie Koestner
Male-on-Male Rape
39(8)
Michael Scarce
Creating a Sacred Space of Our Own
47(12)
Aishah Shahidah Simmons
Breaking the Silence, Making Laughter: Testimony of an Asian-American Sister
59(18)
Luoluo Hong
PART II THE ISSUES THAT DIVIDE AND CONQUER: FREE SPEECH, PORNOGRAPHY, AND A ``KINDER, GENTLER FEMINISM''
The Writing on the Stall: Free Speech, Equal Rights, and Women's Graffiti
77(14)
Jesselyn Brown
Illusions of Postfeminism: ``Victim Feminists,'' ``Welfare Mothers,'' and the Race for Heterosexuality
91(14)
Kathy Miriam
Crime without Punishment: Pomoraphy in a Rape Culture
105(18)
Krista K. Jacob
PART III REWRITING THE RULES
Asking for Consent is Sexy
123(3)
Andrew Abrams
Demands from the Women of Antioch
126(9)
Kristine Herman
The Antirape Rules
135(10)
Jason Schultz
PART IV REVOLUTIONARY STRATEGIES
Peer Education: Student Activism of the Nineties
145(12)
Jodi Gold
Susan Villari
Kicking into Consciousness through Self-Defense Training: Getting Physical in Both Theory and Practice
157(10)
Martha McCaughey
Because Violence is a Weapon of Oppression, Antirape Must Mean Antioppression
167(14)
Janelle White
Men-Only Spaces as Effective Sites for Education and Transformation in the Battle to End Sexual Assault
181(10)
Stephen Montagna
PART V INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE
Rape and the Media: Putting a Face on Rape
191(6)
Elizabethe Holland
Training Camp: Lessons in Masculinity
197(14)
Nate Daun Barnett
Michael DiSabato
Sexual Violence: The Legal Front
211(34)
Brett Sokolow
Afterword Top Ten Ways the Campus Movement against Sexual Violence Is Misunderstood
223(22)
John Stoltenberg
Notes 245(20)
Appendix 1 Resources 265(4)
Appendix 2 Additional Contributors 269(2)
Appendix 3 SpeakOut: The North American Student Coalition Against Sexual Violence 271(2)
Appendix 4 Creating Campuses Intolerant of Rape 273(19)
Jodi Gold
Jessie Minier
Susan Villari
Appendix 5 The Antioch College Sexual Offense Policy 292(2)
Appendix 6 Senate Judiciary Testimony Provided by Activist on Violence against Women Act 294(4)
Appendix 7 The Student Right-to-Know Act and the Campus Security Act of 1990 298(2)
Appendix 8 Campus Sexual Assault Victim's Bill of Rights (1992) 300(3)
Selected Bibliography 303(6)
Index 309(10)
Anthology Contributors 319

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