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  • adj. Alternative spelling of unrapable.


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  • These women were violated and abused because we decided that a past action rendered them unrapeable.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • If Black women cannot be understood as women, they are necessarily unrapeable, easy to stereotype as hyper sexual, angry and ugly.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • The eternal jezebel construct exists so that our bodies can be violated at will and this is why black female bodies are often deemed “unrapeable”.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • We are the ultimate ‘unwoman’; our bodies are deemed unrapeable and therefore we are not considered to exist with the ability to be violated.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Sally did not have the power to consent to his advances even if she was so inclined; this simple fact must be affirmed not only to honour the memory of Hemings but to change the social understanding that Black women's bodies are unrapeable.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • I am angry that our children continue to shuttled into non academic streams, that we continue to live in poverty, that black men continue to be over represented in the prison industrial complex, that black women continue to be understood as unrapeable, and that it is almost easier to buy a gun than a goddamn tomato in some urban neighbourhoods.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • No one ever decided that were angry, slutty, irrational, unrapeable or aggressive, all based solely on the color of their skin.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • The stereotypes surrounding black women include the idea that they are too "tough" or "unfeminine" to be physically or mentally abused by male partners, that they have animalistic or "wild" sexualities that make them "unrapeable."

    feminist blogs

  • A further corollary of this view was that women who were not the private property of any individual man ” for instance, prostitutes ” were unrapeable, or at least that no one important was harmed by their rape (Dworkin 1997, 196 “ 202, Burgess-Jackson 1996,

    Feminist Perspectives on Rape

  • Just to make clear, I fully support women getting more assertive and unrapeable, but they shouldn’t have to.

    New Rape Culture and Gender Thread


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