Obscenity is useful as a tool for teaching about sex and consent in the Middle Ages, as well as in our own time.
Tag: rape culture
The history of responses to campus gang rape can help us understand recent allegations against U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Bringing sex offenders to justice was as challenging in the Middle Ages as it is today.
White men remain relatively impervious to charges of sexual aggression, perhaps as a result of mid-century sex education.
“Love Without Fear” plays on the interim president’s last name, which means “fear” in Portuguese.
Sexual violence has been a consistent facet of college women’s experiences.
Trigger Warning: rape and rape culture. The following blog may be a trigger to some people. Gráinne O’Connell A recent department of Law event held at the London School of Economics on October 30th, 2013 has foregrounded the reach, and ethical implications, of public engagement initiatives in the UK Higher […]