22/09/2011 | Writer: Kaos GL
Kaos GL Magazine has already started preparing for 25th of November, International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and put the topic of Abuse and Rape’ to its agenda on the 121th issue dated November-December 2011.
Kaos GL Magazine has already started preparing for 25th of November, International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and put the topic of ‘Abuse and Rape’ to its agenda on the 121th issue dated November-December 2011.
The relationship between virility regime and abuse, how do heteronormative structure and heterosexist ideology protect the molester? What do the gay, bisexual, heterosexual, transexual women and men who are harassed in the police-judicial processes go through? How does abuse continue in police stations and court rooms?
How does the LGBT policy tackle the issues of abuse and rape as an sexual liberation movement? Are revelation and blackmailing the first steps of abuse, or not?
What is the relation between the accusations of ‘molester, intrusive’ against LGBT individuals and the tackling the issue of abuse and becoming more conservative?
Is abuse ‘sexual-looking violence’ only directed to the body? What is the level of imaginary and verbal violence beyond the physical violence?
What is it called to use rape as a ’remedy to cure’ for gay and bisexual women on imaginary level?
The illusion of ‘everybody is looking at me’, ‘everybody abuses me’ as a reflection of internalized homophobia and transphobia…
How can we discuss abuse with separating it from homophobia and transphobia?
Which behaviour is harrasment? Would it be harrasment if you did it?
How do the specific issues of sex work facilitate abuse and rape?
How are abuse-rape fantasised? How does media pornographize abuse-rape?
I might want to be seduced but you might not be ‘that person’.
Those who want to contribute to Kaos GL Magazine on ‘Abuse and Rape’ file can e-mail email@example.com.