antirape

antirape

(ˌæntɪˈreɪp)
adj
(Social Welfare) opposed to or acting against rape
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By asking Canadian centres questions about their self-definitions, their participation in social change activities such as demonstrations and antirape education, and their organizational and decision-making models, our study contributes to the scholarly literature on institutionalization, charting the extent to which political commitments might remain in the face of increased reliance on state funding.
Contemporary feminist therapies emerged from three aspects of the women's liberation movement of the 1960s: consciousness-raising groups, battered women's shelters, and the antirape movement (Worell & Johnson, 2001).
And the most strident antirape campaigners are, er, women.
I locate myself within these struggles, but I believe they have helped me to understand the complexity of antirape advocacy in general, and men's anti-rape work in particular.
Nonetheless, as the author and other antirape activists convincingly argue, much more remains to be done.
nuclear power exports to India; a report on the emerging antirape movement; a look at how veteran '60s activists had quietly shifted to grassroots community organizing; a review of Milos Forman's devastating film, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.
While Kenyan women have begun to organize into antirape groups to assist victims and lobby for stronger government legislation against this type of violence, such situations give cause for serious concern regarding the ability of women to pursue and complete their educational careers in risk-free environments (Nzomo, 1993).
See Crenshaw, Whose Story Is It Anyway?, supra note 25 (rap music and hate speech); Crenshaw, Demarginalizing the Intersection of Race and Sex, supra note 25 (Title VII and antirape politics).
the interpreter has no autonomy whatsoever ..." Attali 1985, 114).) If given a choice between being sequestered with Babbitt's Philomel or E, W, & F's "System of Survival" - which, in spite of its "extremely eloquent [fusioned] message" (77-78), I find a bit wimpy give me Joplin [Janis] or Coltrane, the Velvet Underground, the Dead's "11s" or even Dylan's misogyny - I guess I've always gone for the hard stuff) - I'd choose Philomel (sure I would), with its pop-surfacy, "antirape" and |horrendously violating' message (75).
A day after the Angono police apologized for posting antirape tips that were regarded as putting the blame on victims, the Philippine National Police said it would be 'updating' its anticriminality guidelines.
This article quoted Judy Gold, Chairman of the Illinois Commission on the Status of Women, who noted that the threat of an active and broadened antirape remedy has mobilized conservatives in the state legislature to stall the bill: What it says is you can go to court and sue for money damages [if you've been brutalized on the basis of your gender].
"The AntiRape Laws (Criminal Laws Amendment) Bill, 2014".