Enacting masculinity: Antigay violence and group rape as participatory theater

@article{Franklin2004EnactingMA,
  title={Enacting masculinity: Antigay violence and group rape as participatory theater},
  author={Karen Franklin},
  journal={Sexuality Research & Social Policy},
  year={2004},
  volume={1},
  pages={25-40}
}
  • Karen Franklin
  • Published 2004
  • Psychology
  • Sexuality Research & Social Policy
Two frequent types of violence by young men in groups are rapes of women and assaults on perceived gay men. This article draws on scholarship from multiple disciplines to propose a theoretical linkage between these two seemingly disparate forms of violence. It proposes that the two forms of violence serve near-identical functions for certain young men. These functions include social bonding, the celebration of power, and the public display of heterosexual masculinity through the subordination… Expand
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