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What I Mean When I Talk About Rape Culture — The Good Men Project
The Transactional Model of Sexuality
The transactional model of sexuality essentially suggests that sex is a thing women have and men want. Men purchase women’s sexuality, by this model, through love, commitment, money (either subtly as in buying her drinks or dinner, or overtly as in prostitution), fame, being entertaining (such as having a good sense of humor or “game”), etc.
The transactional model of sexuality eliminates certain categories of women as victims. For instance, married women can’t “really” be raped by their husbands: after all, he has already married her, providing his payment for the sex he’s supposed to have. Promiscuous women and sex workers are also presumed to be unable to be raped; they sell their sexuality cheaply, instead of holding out for love and commitment, so it’s not as valuable to them.Lagging at school, the butt of cruel jokes: are males the new Second Sex? | Society | The Observer
It also creates the notion that men cannot be raped. After all, if a man was raped, he got sex! For free! It’s not a violation of bodily autonomy and self-determination, it’s more like someone giving you an unwanted present. Just go stick your rape in the spare bedroom next to Aunt Ethyl’s picture of a crying cat, jeez, why are you so traumatized?
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