Just Sex: Students Rewrite the Rules on Sex, Violence, Activism, and Equality

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Jodi Gold, Susan Villari
Rowman & Littlefield, 2000 - 323 pagina's
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Armed with three decades of feminism, men and women are coming to college with different ideas and expectations about sexual freedom and violence than did their parents. Since the early 1980's, a student movement has emerged from the belief that sexual violence is neither inherent nor inevitable. Just Sex: Students Rewrite the Rules on Sex, Violence, Equality and Activism chronicles the move to end to all forms of sexual violence and to mold a new sexual paradigm where explicitly consensual sex and sexual autonomy are the norm. Based on ten years of collaborative research and national organizing, Gold and Villari have compiled the writings of leading student activists and young scholars wrestling with complex issues of power inequities, free speech, and societal constructions of gender and sexuality in accessible and mainstream dialogues. Authors also examine the generationally specific style of student activism which emphasizes peer education and institutional collaboration. Just Sex-the first ever gathering of primary documents including university policies, personal testimonies, position papers and scholarly essays-offers a glimpse of the "working papers" of a student movement which has altered the sexual landscape of our campuses and communities forever. This valuable volume will be of interest to student activists, administrators, and anyone interested in ending violence on and off of campus.
 

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SurvivorActivists in the Movement against Sexual Violence
13
The Perfect Rape Victim
26
MaleonMale Rape
35
Creating a Sacred Space of Our Own
43
Breaking the Silence Making Laughter Testimony of an AsianAmerican Sister
55
THE ISSUES THAT DIVIDE AND CONQUER FREE SPEECH PORNOGRAPHY AND A KINDER GENTLER FEMINISM
71
The Writing on the Stall Free Speech Equal Rights and Womens Graffiti
73
Illusions of Postfeminism Victim Feminists Welfare Mothers and the Race for Heterosexuality
87
Rape and the Media Putting a Face on Rape
187
Training Camp Lessons in Masculinity
193
Sexual Violence The Legal Front
207
Top Ten Ways the Campus Movement against Sexual Violence Is Misunderstood
219
Notes
241
Resources
261
Additional Contributors
265
SpeakOut The North American Student Coalition Against Sexual Violence
267

Crime without Punishment Pornography in a Rape Culture
101
REWRITING THE RULES
117
Asking for Consent is Sexy
119
The Antirape Rules
131
REVOLUTIONARY CHANGES
139
Peer Education Student Activism of the Nineties
141
Kicking into Consciousness through SelfDefense Training Getting Physical in Both Theory and Practice
153
Because Violence is a Weapon of Oppression Antirape Must Mean Antioppression
163
MenOnly Spaces as Effective Sites for Education and Transformation in the Battle to End Sexual Assault
177
INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE
185
Creating Campuses Intolerant of Rape
269
The Antioch College Sexual Offense Policy
288
Senate Judiciary Testimony Provided by Activist on Violence against Women Act
290
The Student RighttoKnow Act and the Campus Security Act of 1990
294
campus Sexual Assault Victims Bill of Rights 1992
296
Selected Bibliography
299
Index
305
Anthology Contributors
315
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Susan Villari, MPH, is director of health education at the University of Pennsylvania. Since 1989, she has organized student educators and activists including STAAR, Students Together Against Acquaintance Rape which hosted the 1st National Student Conference on Campus Sexual Violence, of which Jodi Gold was the student coordinator. Jodi Gold has spoken at universities and conferences across the continent on student activism and campus sexual violence. She is currently a medical student at the University of Tennessee. Susan and Jodi are also founding members of SpeakOut: The North American Student Coalition Against Sexual Violence.

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