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Fischel, J. (2017). Horse F#$@ing and the Limits of Consent: What Broad City Teaches Us About Sexual Violence. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 18(1):31-34.

(2017). Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 18(1):31-34

Horse F#$@ing and the Limits of Consent: What Broad City Teaches Us About Sexual Violence

Joseph J. Fischel, Ph.D.

Taking its points of departure from the comedy series Broad City and from the unsavory incident of a man dying from complications resulting from bestial sex, this article meditates on 3 limitations of consent as an antidote to or index of sexual violence. In many zones of sex—and not just interspecies or otherwise atypical sex—consent may be inapposite, insufficient, or riddled with definitional scope contradictions, thereby cabining its normative force.

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