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Here are the selections for this edition of the carnival against sexual violence:
In Boys Will Be Boys? posted at After Silence, we get a discussion of a prosecutor who describes not having sex with someone you know against their will as a matter of etiquette rather than law.
In LIVING WITH THE DEVIL and Marital Rapes: A Crime Less Acknowledged posted at The Viewspaper, we get discussions of marital rape.
In Teaching Sexual Violence posted at Concurring Opinions, we get a discussion of teaching law students about sex crimes while being sensitive to the fact that some students might be survivors of sexual violence.
In Sex Offender Caught Roaming School With Gun posted at DetentionSlip.org, we get a brief but troubling story about school safety.
In Rape is rape, no matter how you see it posted at Nil's Musings, we get a discussion about a report on the rape of Penan girls in Sarawak.
In Forget The "Sex Predator", How 'Bout His Wife, Eh? posted at The Dawn Chorus, we get a discussion about how a generic statement from a defense attorney becomes the headline for the story about the man's crime.
In Movie Review: Water posted at Genius With a Parachute, we get a discussion of a 2005 movie that looks at Indian widows in 1930s forced into prostitution and otherwise mistreated.
In Gatefail 2009 (or, A Primer on Stories that Scream) - HardcoreNerdity posted at Hardcore Nerdity, we get a discussion of a troubling plotline for the SyFy series Stargate Universe. (spoiler alert)
In Jaycee Dugard and Rape Apologism in the Media posted at California NOW, we get a discussion about how wording can imply consent and how easily that implication could be avoided.
In Onion Misogyny Enough To Make You Cry posted at Feminist Peace Network, we get a discussion about how t-shirt designs minimize sexual harassment and sexual trafficking.
In ~Words words words~ (2) posted at ~Macarena de Verano~, we get a discussion about the book In Spite of Myself by Christopher Plummer focusing on an underage girl and a reported rape in Barbados.
In Thoughts from a Secondary Survivor posted at After Silence, we get a discussion from the husband of a rape survivor about what it is like for him when his wife is experiencing trauma.
In In Which I Am Threatened With Rape posted at Moira Manion, we get a discussion about harassment one woman has experienced early in the morning on her way to work.
In "Don't Call It Consent" - Being Groomed for Sex posted at Surviving Therapist Abuse, we get a discussion about a therapist plotted and carried out sexual abuse of his patient.
In Labor Day Holiday Message posted at abyss2hope: A rape survivor's zigzag journey into the open, I responded to the common safety messages which focus on controlling the behavior of those viewed as likely victims by sending a crime prevention message to my male heterosexual rape apologist readers.
In Understanding Rape posted at Sound Off!, we get a discussion sparked by a friend's admission that he hadn't stopped after his girlfriend said no.
In Harlem, Dunbar Village, in contrast posted at What About Our Daughters, we get a discussion of very different environments which can deter or foster violence.
In How To Prevent Rape posted at Dr. Kathleen Young: Treating Trauma in Chicago, we get a discussion about how pervasive victim blaming is when many people talk about rape prevention and how important it is to shift pervasive thinking so that the responsibility for avoiding violence is placed on perpetrators.
In Blaming Bad Traits on Evolution posted at Biological Anthropology, we get a discussion about the simplistic explanation for actions such as rape.
In Some Thoughts on Tucker Max posted at The Curvature, we get a discussion about sexually predatory actions glorified on college campuses and different ideas on how to respond effectively.
In Research On Perception Of Consent posted at abyss2hope: A rape survivor's zigzag journey into the open, I discuss research done by Dan M. Kahan which found that a hierarchical worldview had a significant correlation to how people assessed a rape defendant's decision to ignore a woman's repeated, "no."
That concludes this edition of the carnival against sexual violence. Thank you for taking the time to visit this carnival and thank you to the authors of all the posts included in this edition.
To nominate a post (your own or someone else's) to the next edition of carnival against sexual violence, use the carnival submission form. If you have any problem with the form, please let me know so your submission can be considered for the next edition.
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