A sex research manuscript titled “Sexually ABUSE: A Psychological Explanation of Sexual Violence” has just been published in the prestigious Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
It’s titled “Abuse and the Sexual Politics of Rape” and has been described as the “sexually abusive” version of a feminist book by journalist Erin Gloria Ryan.
In it, author Erin Gloria Rauch, a professor of sociology at Ohio State University, explains how rape culture perpetuates sexism and abuse through the sexual politics of rape, citing the work of feminist sociologist and author Robin Dunbar.
The author goes on to explain that the idea of a “rape culture” is a way to frame a critique of the way that rape culture is portrayed in popular culture, and to highlight how rape is actually “a form of violence.”
In a recent interview with BuzzFeed News, Raucher said that she was “horrified” that the book’s publication has caused such an uproar.
“I’m a victim of rape and the way I’ve been treated by my attacker has been so incredibly dehumanizing,” she said.
“It’s like someone is saying ‘this person is an abuser’ and then they get to do this to you and to me.
It is just wrong and disgusting and disgusting.”
Rauches co-authored the book with Sarah Hall, a psychology professor at the University of Illinois.
They were interviewed by BuzzFeed News on Thursday to discuss the controversy surrounding their book, the backlash it has faced from feminist scholars, and how they plan to fight back against this “rape-centric” understanding of rape.
In an interview with The Guardian, Raurch explained that she is trying to understand why she is being portrayed as an abuser, even though she herself was assaulted in her early 20s by a boyfriend, and that her own experiences are far from the only ones she has been subjected to. “
We hope that the rape narrative will become a tool for building more inclusive spaces for people of all backgrounds and identities to speak out and demand justice for rape victims,” they write.
In an interview with The Guardian, Raurch explained that she is trying to understand why she is being portrayed as an abuser, even though she herself was assaulted in her early 20s by a boyfriend, and that her own experiences are far from the only ones she has been subjected to.
“As a survivor of sexual assault, I think it’s important to understand that I was not the only person who had experiences of sexual harassment or assault.
There are lots of other people who have experienced similar experiences,” she explained.
I have experienced many different forms of abuse. “
So it’s not that the media is portraying me in a bad way, it’s that I’m not just one person.
I have experienced many different forms of abuse.
I’ve experienced lots of different kinds of violence and it’s really hard to talk about it in a way that’s helpful and doesn’t hurt people.”
“My own experience is far from unique, it doesn’t reflect a very representative picture of sexual misconduct,” Rauchi continued.
“Rape culture is not a victimless crime, it is a crime that affects a very small group of people.
The author of the “Sexist” and “Abusive” manuscript is the first female professor to receive a Ph.”
That said, we believe that the way to fight against rape culture, to address sexual violence in a more inclusive way, is to understand and to be able to articulate how it intersects with all kinds of forms of oppression.”
The author of the “Sexist” and “Abusive” manuscript is the first female professor to receive a Ph.
D. from the University at Buffalo, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 2017.
RauCh also received a Masters of Arts in Gender and Women’s Studies from the university in 2016.
The book has also been published on Amazon, where it currently has an average rating of 4.5 stars.
“This is a real privilege, and I’m incredibly grateful for the support that I have been receiving from my students and the faculty of my university,” RaurCh said in a statement to BuzzFeed News.
“My work has made a real impact in the way we talk about the experience of women of colour in our society, and it shows that there are so many ways that we can do this work.”
In addition to the controversy around the manuscript, there has been a backlash against the book on social media.
“What the fuck does that mean?” tweeted writer and artist Jessa Kirby.
“You’re a rapist, and we all need to stand up against it.”
“I just wanted to share my story because I wanted to give voice to people who are experiencing sexual violence,” said another person who wrote on Twitter.
“And I’m sure the book has helped a lot of other women to deal with the same trauma, and not be