It’s a hookup culture, maybe not just a rape tradition

It’s a hookup culture, maybe not just a rape tradition

Intimate assault has certainly entrenched it self deeply within the minds and everyday lives of university students every-where. Obviously, this kind of broad toxification demands attention and treatment; unfortunately, efforts which try to deal with the notorious substance-induced attack are starkly misguided and ill-informed. I will be referring a particular, yet undeniably big part of what exactly is considered rape or intimate attack on college campuses – two different people, of indeterminate drunkenness, participating in sexual intercourse. Continue reading “It’s a hookup culture, maybe not just a rape tradition”