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Lee, K. (2017). For (The) Real: You Mean Rate ’em or Rape ’em?. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 18(4):281-286.

(2017). Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 18(4):281-286

For (The) Real: You Mean Rate ’em or Rape ’em?

Kyoo Lee, Ph.D.

Building on the textually (Dolven), temporally (Salamon) and topographically (Webster) illuminated analyses of Vanessa Place’s Rape Jokes, this piece articulates the “rationally” contrarian ethics of the real (gendered body) dummified in her reiterative metapoetic practice by critically exploring its communicative potentials as well as its radically composed platform itself.

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