Tag Archives: rape culture
This is the real battle against rape culture, and it should be fought with clarity and truth.

Columbia Student Reclaims Her Body In New Performance Piece

Throughout the past few years, more and more instances of campus rape and assault have garnered media attention, placing huge amounts of public scrutiny on college administrators, campus policies, and the victims of these crimes. According to New York Magazine, Emma Sulkowicz is one of 23 students who are part of a federal Title IX […]

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“Until the Violence Stops:” Continued Conversations about Rape Culture

A few months back, we wrote about defining and assessing rape culture in the United States, and how systemic violence and sexual assault is one of the most pertinent social issues our country is facing. It seems as if every single day there is breaking news about the harrowing implications of rape culture in the […]

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Society teaches “don’t get raped” rather than “don’t rape.” Photo used with permission by Michael Courier

Defining and Assessing Rape Culture in the United States

One of the biggest issues at hand here in the United States is that of the rape culture. There’s a battle going on between feminist activists and those who would tolerate any kind of sexual coercion or abuse. It’s a battle that needs to happen for change to occur, and with the myriad claims feminists […]

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