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Discussion Materials

 

Questions for Discussion:


How does the book illustrate that rape culture hurts everyone- not just victims, and not just women?

What are some reasons someone would want to engage the university in reporting-- or not? What about police? What about their friends?

How does the book identify ways in which dialogue around rape culture can support men as well as women?

What ideas do you have to create a world where sexual violence is not tolerated?

Why is Ben Roethlisberger more like a horse than a zebra?



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