A condition in which sexuoeroticism and orgasm hinge on the terrified resistance of a non-consenting stranger, under conditions of unexpected assault and threats of further violence
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I imagine being part of a "we" that wants to change rapacity culture in order to change rape culture, to undo rapism as many cultures have sought to undo racism.
This has allowed courts to use diagnoses which are not in the DSM, such as `paraphilic rapism,' which has appeared in some journal articles.
Rapism is "characterized by invasion, violation, degradation, objectification, and destruction of women and nature.
Mcintyre does not merely tacitly condone the rapism implied by his remarks; he gives explicit approval to men's sexual aggression (excused through the usual biological determinism): "Is this, then, a bad thing?