Chapter 1 Foreword Part 2 Putting a Name to the Face: From Rape Survivor to Activist Chapter 3 Survivor-Activist in the Movement Against Sexual Violence Chapter 4 The Perfect Rape Victim Chapter 5 Male on Male Rape Chapter 6 Creating a Sacred Space of Our Own Chapter 7 Breaking Silence, Making Laughter: Testimony of an Asian-American Sister Part 8 The Issues that Divide and Conquer: Free Speech, Pornography and a "Kinder, Gentler Feminism" Chapter 9 The Writing on the Wall: Free Speech, Equal Rights and Women's Graffiti Chapter 10 Illusions of Post-Feminism; Victim Feminism; Welfare Mothers and the Race for Heterosexuality Chapter 11 Crime Without Punishment: Pornography in a Rape Culture Part 12 Rewriting the Rules Chapter 13 Asking for Consent is Sexy Chapter 14 The Demands from the Women of Antioch Chapter 15 The Anti-Rape Rules Part 16 Revolutionary Strategies Chapter 17 Peer Education: Student Activism of the 90s Chapter 18 Kicking into Consciousness: Getting Physical in Both Theory and Practice Chapter 19 Because Rape is a Weapon of Oppression, Anti-Rape Must Mean Anti-Oppression Chapter 20 When the Ax Came Into the Forest, the Trees Said "The Handle is One of Us" Part 21 Institutional Change Chapter 22 Rape and the Media: Putting a Face on Rape Chapter 23 Training Camps: Lessons in Masculinity Chapter 24 Sexual Violence: The Legal Front Chapter 25 Afterword
Just Sex: Students Rewrite the Rules on Sex, Violence, Equality and Activism / Edition 1by Jodi Gold, Susan Villari, John StoltenBurg, Andrea Dworkin, Selden Hol
Pub. Date: 12/22/1999
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Armed with three decades of feminism, men and women are coming to college with different ideas and expectations about sexual freedom and violence than did their parents. Since the early 1980's, a student movement has emerged from the belief that sexual violence is neither inherent nor inevitable. Just Sex: Students Rewrite the Rules on Sex, Violence, Equality
Armed with three decades of feminism, men and women are coming to college with different ideas and expectations about sexual freedom and violence than did their parents. Since the early 1980's, a student movement has emerged from the belief that sexual violence is neither inherent nor inevitable. Just Sex: Students Rewrite the Rules on Sex, Violence, Equality and Activism chronicles the move to end to all forms of sexual violence and to mold a new sexual paradigm where explicitly consensual sex and sexual autonomy are the norm. Based on ten years of collaborative research and national organizing, Gold and Villari have compiled the writings of leading student activists and young scholars wrestling with complex issues of power inequities, free speech, and societal constructions of gender and sexuality in accessible and mainstream dialogues. Authors also examine the generationally specific style of student activism which emphasizes peer education and institutional collaboration. Just Sexthe first ever gathering of primary documents including university policies, personal testimonies, position papers and scholarly essaysoffers a glimpse of the "working papers" of a student movement which has altered the sexual landscape of our campuses and communities forever. This valuable volume will be of interest to student activists, administrators, and anyone interested in ending violence on and off of campus.
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