Against our will : men, women, and rape

@article{Brownmiller1978AgainstOW,
  title={Against our will : men, women, and rape},
  author={Susan Brownmiller},
  journal={The Family Coordinator},
  year={1978},
  volume={27},
  pages={90}
}
The author shows why she considers rape not to be just a brutal crime but a reflection of how our society is conditioned. To do this she traces the use and meaning of rape from Biblical times through to Bangladesh and Vietnam, unravels the origins of rape laws in medieval codes and examines interracial and homosexual rape and child molestation. She also includes a discussion of Freudian sexual psychology, legal defence strategy and the message behind popular books, magazines and films. Always… 
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