as an instance of violence überhaupt (Brownmiller, 1975), this does not mean that we finally have to choose between viewing such attacks as either violent or sexual. This chapter instead grapples with the question of why, how and to what effect certain violent attacks take a sexual form, that is, target a person's body in its sexual and erotic capacities. I thus work to resist the obfuscation of the problematics of sexual violence that happens when it is either viewed simplistically as a sexual or lust crime (thereby neglecting its violent nature) or viewed simplistically as a violent crime (thereby neglecting its sexual nature)." /> Exploring rape as an attack on erotic goods - du Toit Louise | sdvig press

Exploring rape as an attack on erotic goods

Louise du Toit

pp. 177-200

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