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Against Our Will: Men, Women and Rape - Susan Brownmiller
Against Our Will: Men, Women and Rape
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"The most comrpehensive study of rape ever offered to the public...It forces readers to take a fresh look at their own attitudes toward this devastating crime."NEWSWEEKAs powerful and timely now as when it was first published, AGAINST OUR WILL stands as a unique document of the history of... show more
"The most comrpehensive study of rape ever offered to the public...It forces readers to take a fresh look at their own attitudes toward this devastating crime."NEWSWEEKAs powerful and timely now as when it was first published, AGAINST OUR WILL stands as a unique document of the history of politics, the sociology of rape and the inherent and ingrained inequality of men and women under the law. In lucid, persuasive prose, Brownmiller has created a definitive, devastating work of lasting social importance.Chosen by THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW as One of the Outstanding Books of the Year
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780449908204 (0449908208)
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Pages no: 472
Edition language: English
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I’ve been asked why I wasn’t a fan of Torchwood. You’d think I would be. Who doesn’t like Captain Jack? I turned on the first episode and that ruined it for me. In the premiere, one of the Torchwood crew smuggles home an alien something or other, like a roofie. He goes to a bar, a woman rejects...
Chris' Fish Place
Chris' Fish Place rated it
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I’ve been asked why I wasn’t a fan of Torchwood. You’d think I would be. Who doesn’t like Captain Jack? I turned on the first episode and that ruined it for me. In the premiere, one of the Torchwood crew smuggles home an alien something or other, like a roofie. He goes to a bar, a woman rejects...
Kaethe
Kaethe rated it
I'm not at all sure what I'd think of this now, but when I read it, it was part of developing a feminist way of thinking more nuanced than "it's not fair."
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