Hey, I haven't read about that, but I think one of the major causes of rape
comes from the roots, and the roots are decadence in the physiology of the
society. A strong physiology can control some stimuli coming from outside, a
weak physiology gives in to every stimulation, also from repression from sex
activities, since sex is a basic need. A state that prohibits sex,
stimulates rapes and incest inmoral behaviour patterns.
>From: Vikki Bell <soa01vb@xxxxxxxxxx>
>Subject: Re: rape and the legal system
>Date: Fri, 24 Mar 2000 13:27:41 -0800
>Rather belatedly -
>I discuss the Foucault-Plaza debate on rape in my article published in 1991
>in International Journal of Sociology of Law vol 19, 1 and there is a
>shorter version of it as part of a chapter in my book Interrogating Incest:
>Feminism, Foucault and the Law.
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