Rape Culture / Pop Culture

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I would probably bring the worship of the elite class into the discussion, the creeping fascism underlying some nasty works out there today. But this article is pretty good…

Love Hurts: What We learn From ‘Beauty and the Beast,’ ‘Twilight,’ and ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’

You learn that it is not really rape if you like it and as E.L. James writes, Anastasia does feel pleasure while she’s being raped. That message isn’t confusing at all when we are trying to combat college campus sexual assault on a national level.


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