The Politics of Rape

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of the Women's Studies department atnMount Holyoke, for example, has instructednher students that rape is "anynunwanted sexual contact." A Novembern1991 Teen magazine author obfuscates,nbut tries to leave the impressionnthat rape is considerably less invasiventhan it is. As she writes in an ardclentitled "Acquaintance Rape," "if someonenyou know does . . .

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